Want to stay up-to-date with the latest products that are appearing on catering menus? Read on.
1. Choya fruit liqueur
Made from umeshu (green) plums, Choya fruit liquer can be served alone as a dessert aperitif or mixed with soda for a refreshing spritz. It’s very sweet so it’s not appropriate to serve as a standalone drink as part of the regular beverage service but this unique beverage is an ideal inclusion to a drinks list as a highlight, particularly within Japanese-themed events.
2. Hank’s Jams
There are some brands that are the absolute darlings of caterers. Think Pepe Saya butter, Murray River salt and Holy Goat cheeses. Hank’s Jams is another name to add to that list. With flavours like fig and cinnamon, triple berry, apricot and strawberry, as well tomato chutneys and chilli jams, Hank’s Jams are extremely high quality and come in everything from single serves right up to catering sized packs.
3. Abe’s Bagel Crisps
Abe’s Bagel Crisps provide maximum scoop combined with flavour and crunch. Available in three flavours – Marlborough Sea Salt, Roasted Garlic, and Caramelised Onion and Balsamic Vinegar, Abe’s Bagel Crisps are a good alternative to crackers (that break) and crudités (that need a lot of preparation).