Ross & Ross Food unveils British pate and terrine range

By Carina Perkins

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Ross & Ross Foods pates and terrines are hand made in small batches using locally sourced meat
Ross & Ross Foods pates and terrines are hand made in small batches using locally sourced meat
Fine food company Ross & Ross Food has launched a new range of hand-made British pate and terrines for restaurants.

Product details:

The range includes Chicken Liver Pate; Ham Hock & Parsley; Smoked Bacon, Chicken & Pistachio; Potted Pork; Duck Liver Pate with Port Jelly; Country Pork and Potted Duck.

There will also be seasonal specials including Wild Boar & Sherry; Lemon Chicken & Herbs; Pheasant & Walnut; Venison & Cranberry.

Available in 100g pre packed slicesand 1kg Cutting Terrines.


Ross & Ross Food founders have over 30 years’ worth of experience in the food industry and currently supply the likes of Harrods and Daylesford, as well as number of quality fine food stores and deli’s.

The company’s pate and terrines are made hand-made in small batches in the UK, using premium meat sourced from Cotswolds farms. The other ingredients, such as eggs and vegetables, are also locally sourced.


Depends on order, contact Ross & Ross Foods for more info.


Available through Ross & Ross Food. For samples and further information contact the trade team on 01608 545503 or beqref@ebffnaqebffsbbq.pb.hx

Why you should buy it:

Ross Bearman, co-founder of Ross & Ross Food, said: “We are both really passionate about food and supporting local producers, the economy and our community. After the amazing response at the BBC Good Food Show and the Christmas pre-launch we hope that we have developed a product range that any deli or restaurant would be proud to sell.

Currently most Pate on the market is made abroad (just re labelled with an English sounding label). It is made with cheap off cuts, basically scraps from various meat producers and all blitzed up into Pate form. Surely this could not be right and so we set out to make great Pate and Terrines using clean flavours and British meat.”

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