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Suffolk: Paddy & Scott’s coffee secures listing with farm shop and deli supplier

13:00 26 October 2014

Paddy Bishopp and Scott Russell opened the first of 20 coffee shops in their hometown Framlingham.

Paddy Bishopp and Scott Russell opened the first of 20 coffee shops in their hometown Framlingham.

Artisan coffee firm Paddy & Scott’s has secured a nationwide listing with the Gorgeous Food Company, a wholesale distributor which specialises in supplying farm shops and delis.

Paddy & Scott’s, which is based in Earl Soham, already supplies the hospitality and corporate sectors and has also recently opened cafés in Bury St Edmunds and Framlingham.

Co-founder Paddy Bishopp said: “We are delighted to be working with The Gorgeous Food Company who are well respected and experts in their field.

“It is important to us to establish our presence in farm shops and delis across the UK and support local businesses and producers similar to us. We hope to build a very successful and prosperous relationship with them.”

Paddy & Scott’s slow roasted coffee is served in a number of leading hotels and restaurants as well as some top-notch cafes and corporate headquarters and venues such as Towcester Race Course and Aldeburgh Cinema.

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