Great Taste, Naturally with Foodie Flavours

Great Taste, Naturally with Foodie Flavours


Posted 12th Dec 2018HOMESTYLE PROMOTION

Foodie Flavours set a high standard when it comes to Food and Drink Flavourings. All flavours are carefully crafted from natural ingredients giving accurate and strong flavours for food and drink.

They have a huge range including many flavours that are hard to find in supermarkets such as Rhubarb, Mango, Peach, Apricot, Candy Floss, Rose, Blueberry, Passion Fruit and many more. All the flavours are suitable for Vegans & Vegetarians, Gluten-free, Egg-free, Dairy-free, no added sugar and made here in the UK.

Top sellers over the past few months include the every popular Raspberry, the award winning Orange as well as Rhubarb, Caramel and Xmas Pudding. Recently added to the range were Elderflower, Prosecco and Juniper Gin which received great feedback at recent Food & Drink Shows.

Only a few drops are needed, easily dispensed with the built in dropper to add great taste, naturally, to buttercream, cakes, meringues, cheesecake, ice cream, biscuits, desserts, drinks and much more. Each 15ml bottle contains about 300 drops of intense natural flavouring, and with an average of 20 to 30 drops per kg of food - a little really does go a long way.

Foodie Flavours set out to "put seriously professional flavouring in the hands of serious foodies” and they have certainly done that. Why not add some great taste to your next recipe - to find out more or buy online visit www.foodieflavours.com.






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