Newsletter June 2020

May 31, 2020

We're celebrating National Cream Tea Day and raising some money for the Samaritans too. We'd love your help supporting our business further and in a bid to try to show how easy it is to create Afternoon Tea from our gift boxes, we've made a vlogging video

Welsh Clotted Cream developed by Llŷn business

February 24, 2020

Llyn Peninsula based chilled dessert manufacturer, Daffodil Foods, has launched its latest new product, Welsh Clotted Cream, at the Castell Howell show in South Wales. This comes after a very busy 2019, when the husband and wife team, relocated production to their own facility in Pwllheli, commissioned lots of new equipment and gained British Retail Consortium accreditation allowing them to supply national retailers with a range of chilled desserts. 

Lynne Rowlands, Director of the business, explains: “It was always our intention to develop and launch our Welsh Clotted Cream. My husband and I have been working on this tricky product since we first started the business in 2011, so it has been 9 years in the making. We could see fantastic bakery products made in Wales and a booming tourism industry and thought that afternoon tea in Wales, should include Clotted Cream made here too. We are keen to help differentiate Welsh afternoon tea, by promoting the use of our new Welsh clotted cream on Welsh Cakes and Bara brith as an alternative to scones.”

Daffodil Foods has launched its new Welsh Clotted cream in individual 40g portions and plans to produce a range of other sizes for different markets, ready for summer 2020.

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