28g Clotted Cream Portion (Chilled or Frozen)

28g Clotted Cream Portion (Chilled or Frozen)

28g portion of clotted cream especially designed for the Inflight market. It can be supplied chilled or frozen. It is perfectly paired with a cream tea experience, alongside any warm dessert or chocolate brownie, dipped with strawberries. Case size is 48 pots and shelf life is 18 days on chilled and 12 months on frozen.

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A E Rodda & Son Ltd

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Rodda’s, the world’s leading producer of Cornish clotted cream, is celebrating 125 successful years in business. From humble beginnings in a farmhouse kitchen in Scorrier, this iconic Cornish brand ...Rodda’s, the world’s leading producer of Cornish clotted cream, is celebrating 125 successful years in business. From humble beginnings in a farmhouse kitchen in Scorrier, this iconic Cornish brand is still made to the same exacting standard but now produces 220 million servings of their silky clotted cream a year, exporting to restaurants, cafes and hotels across the globe. More

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