Southwold: Adnams launches food range with Stokes Sauces

SOUTHWOLD-based brewer and leisure retailer Adnams has widened its product range by adding a line-up of new sauces and condiments.

The range, which includes Adnams Tomato Ketchup, Mustard with Broadside, Brown Sauce and Strawberry Jam, have been developed by Stokes Sauces, based at Rendlesham, near Woodbridge, in partnership with Adnams chefs.

To help the jars and bottles make an impact, Adnams also teamed up with Suffolk linocut artist Clare Curtis, who has created a series of local land and sea scenes for branding agency CookChick to incorporate into the product labels.

Liz Cobbold. head of marketing at Adnams, said: “Adnams Broadside Christmas puddings and tomato sauce have been popular for many years and we wanted to extend the range to include a wider variety of products.

“Many of the new Adnams additions are the perfect partners to pub favourites – brown sauce with bangers and mash, Adnams chutney & mustard with ploughman’s– all of course served with a pint of Adnams beer.”

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She added: “Stokes Sauces have such a fantastic reputation and for our chefs to work with them in developing exclusive Adnams recipes has been a great experience. To round this all off with fantastic local illustrations on the labels results in an Adnams food range that we think people will be proud to have on the table.”

The new range will be available from Adnams’ Cellar & Kitchens stores and its hotels, and also online.

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