- The company has launched sister brand, Kentish Condiments, following the success of its award-winning Classic Mayonnaise
Subscribe to Speciality Food magazine today for just £19.99/year.subscribe now
Kentish Condiments is the brand that its condiment products are now presented under, with new Garlic and Chilli Mayonnaise options released this week to mark its launch.
Even more products are expected to be rolled out soon, including other sauce and dressing variations. Owner Laura Bounds, who acquired the company last March, has expressed her intentions to continue to grow the company, with plans underway for new product development for Kent Crisps, new diversification and factory growth for Kentish Oils and a continued push for new markets, including the launch of the Kentish Condiments range.
Bounds said, “We are very excited to be launching our new brand. Our company ethos is to create products that use local ingredients and support local producers in Kent. Our decision to rebrand the products has come from our desire to grow our range of products and expand into the condiments market with distinctive new products. We are so proud to have earned not one, but two stars, for our original plain mayo at the Great Taste Awards 2016, and the new additions are adding a new dimension to a product that has been exceptionally well received.”
The entire mayonnaise range is made using Kentish Oils’ signature rapeseed oil, with the brand continuing with its ethos of using local ingredients in its range. The Garlic Mayonnaise features locally-sourced Kentish Garlic and the Chilli Mayonnaise includes chillies grown at the Kent Chilli Farm in Dartford.
more like this
21 August 2014A brand new design concept has been created with an updated Kent Crisps logo. Each flavour displays a new iconic image of Kent to emphasize the provenance from the garden of England and of these quintessentially British crisps
04 August 2014The Prince's Countryside Fund are calling on Britain to rethink the value of the UK's rural areas
06 August 2014This autumn, the Reading-based distributor of fine foods will unveil its new method for retailers to order stock: an e-commerce site