Food services supplier adds sugar sticks and sachets to its hot drinks offering
Quality disposables manufacturer and supplier, Herald has completed its hot drinks and ancillary products offering with a selection of white and brown sugar sachets and sticks.
In stock now, the sugar is available by the case, which means it can be easily added on to orders for hot cups, lids and stirrers, completing the supplementary products requirement for any hot drinks on the move offering.
Herald currently supplies a full selection of single, double and triple wall, ripple cups, in a range of sizes, with a choice of biodegradable and fully compostable options, along with eco sip lids, made from CPLA, spoons and stirrers.
Conscious of the increased demand for takeaway hot drinks that has been in place since the first stage of lockdown, Herald has aimed to expand its selection, with the ultimate goal of providing a single source supply of disposable cups and supplementary products for cafes and food ‘to go’ establishments. Managing director of Herald, Yogesh Patel explains: “As an established, leading supplier to the catering and food ‘to go’ sectors, our chief concern is to expand our range of products to meet the growing needs of this market.
“Catering to consumers who are on the move has been the predominant requirement for many of our customers over the past 18 months and we are delighted to now be able to provide a one-stop shop for all who serve this market, while maintaining the competitive pricing structure that Herald is known for.”
Herald has a popular eco range which includes a full range of bagasse items comprising of square, round and rectangle plates, in varying sizes, along with bowls and hot boxes, chip trays, burger boxes, noodle boxes and other lunch boxes – all of which are in great demand. The company also recently launched a selection of soup cups, smoothie cups and chicken boxes.
For further information on Herald and its latest products, log on to www.heraldplastic.com or call 0208 507 7900 to order a copy of the new catalogue.