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Suffolk sausage maker celebrates new festive Tesco deal

PUBLISHED: 16:55 03 December 2018 | UPDATED: 16:55 03 December 2018

Chef�s Pig sausagemeat Picture: LEE WHITEFORD

Chef�s Pig sausagemeat Picture: LEE WHITEFORD

Lee Whiteford

A Suffolk sausage maker has made a festive breakthrough at Tesco stores.

Grant and Tristan Powter of Powters  Picture: POWTERSGrant and Tristan Powter of Powters Picture: POWTERS

Newmarket sausage producer Powters has secured a new listing which means its Chefs’ Pig sausage meat will be available at the chain’s stores throughout East Anglia over Christmas.

It becomes the third product in its range to sell through the supermarket giant and will be sold across 25 stores.

The sausagemeat, available in 400g packs, uses Newmarket PGI Protected sausage meat and a selection of herbs and spices to create a product for stuffing, sausage rolls, or a range of other dishes.

“We are very pleased to have even more of our range on offer in a national supermarket over Christmas period,” said the firm’s Tristan Powter. “We hope that with better availability even more of our customers will give it a try this festive season.”

Mr Powter said the sausagemeat was “always incredibly popular at Christmas”.

The latest deal was signed in October.

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