After launching the company and building an award winning reputation over the last 3 years, the team now find that they have outgrown their Luccombe Farm home which is bursting at the seams with inventive recipes.
“Our new site takes us to Somerset where we gain another 6,000 Sq feet and in the process, quadruple our size. It’s an opportunity we couldn’t turn down; for us its perfect timing.” Said Mark Taylor MD “Whilst we’ve really enjoyed our time in Milton Abbas we now find ourselves ready to take the next step and a new location also seemed to the obvious opportunity for a new sophisticated look for the brand”.
The re-design’s simple elegance makes the nuts the star with wonderful glossy photography for each recipe on the front of each packet, insuring that customers can see what they are buying. But don’t worry, Mr Filbert is still an integral part of the pared down new look, sporting a different colour apron for each interesting snack, which in turn really stand out on the classic white background of the fresh new packaging. These stylish re-sealable packs are quite a departure from the old 75g bags and will be available in five original flavours that encapsulate Mr Filbert’s culinary flavours from around the world.
Moroccan Spiced Almonds, Italian Herb Peanuts and Hazelnuts, French Rosemary Almonds, Peruvian Pink Peppercorn Cashews and Peanuts and Mexican Sweet Chilli Mixed Nuts. Will head up the range for the 120g retail packs, while specially designed re-sealable 3kg lose bags will be available for food service.
And as always with Filbert’s Fine Foods there’s no compromise on the quality of the all natural ingredients for the air roasted snacks that are gluten free and suitable for vegetarians.
“This is a very exciting new phase for Filbert’s Fine Foods” says MT.” We believe our new look can only enhance the good work we’ve already done by reaching a new customer base. We can’t wait to hear what everyone thinks and we’re looking forward to seeing what it might bring!”
Filbert’s Fine Foods already work with Harvey Nichols, Harrods, five star London and country hotels and independent pub groups as well as all good delis and farm shops up and down the country.