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Food Info

The team at Oliver Kay work tirelessly to keep up to date with trends in the catering industry and produce market so they can pass on the information to our customers.

Within the Seasonal Information section of our site we offer you Seasonal Recipes from our in-house development chef, Laurence Tottingham. The recipes combine the fantastic produce available from Oliver Kay, with other delicious ingredients such as fish and meat to create whole dishes suitable for inclusion on menu's wishing to offer locally sourced, fresh food.

Our Crop Report is put together each month, by our marketer Petra Craven Houghton, who works with the team at Oliver Kay to research the market, contacting growers and suppliers to find the latest products, trends and what produce is in abundance each month.

The Seasonal Products section highlights individual products of interest which are in season. Many of the products may be lesser known or on trend and offer excellent possibilities for use in menus as ingredients and for decoration.

SOSA ingredients are a range of products offering chefs the ability to create textures, flavours and aromas. We offer SOSA Demonstrations and training for our customers.

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Oliver Kay Produce
Produce House
Britannia Way
The Valley
Bolton
Lancashire
BL2 2HH

Phone: 0844 847 9790
Fax: 0844 847 9791

Registered in England  
Company Registration Number: 03188157  VAT Registration Number: GB 173 9880 60

Registered Office Address: Units 10-14 Cedar Way Industrial Estate, Camley Street, London, N1C 4PD

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