Food to gift

Having a selection of gourmet foods in premium packaging can help attract shoppers looking for food to give as gifts


Farmhouse Biscuits Oat & Sultana 

Farmhouse Biscuits’ Oat & Sultana are orange-flavoured and designed for those seeking new flavour varieties of oat biscuits, with its premium packaging appealing to people looking to give gifts.

RRP £2.35


Gin & Lemon Cheshire Cheese

The Cheshire Cheese Company’s Gin & Lemon Cheshire Cheese was awarded a bronze medal in the International Cheese Awards in 2017 and offers something new which can be bought as a gift.

RRP £4.75



Tribe protein bars

Tribe’s nutrition bars are vegan, gluten- and dairy-free. They are part of Tribe’s range of bar and drink products, marketed towards people looking for sports energy and recovery snacks.

RRP £1.99


Rod & Ben’s Pea & Mint 

As the brand’s bestseller in the summer, Rod & Ben’s Pea & Mint Soup is available in cases of six, at £13.32. It is organic, made with locally-sourced veg and has a minimum shelf life of 14 days.

RRP £2.99


Jimmy’s Iced Coffee

Jimmy’s Iced Coffee is launching new, lower-sugar coffees for the summer. The sugar content in the Original Jimmy’s has been reduced by 35% and the fat-free Skinny by 33%.

RRP £1.60 (330ml)


The Saucy Affair Raw Sauces

The Saucy Affair Raw Sauces are packed with fresh herbs, fruit and veg, contain no added salt or sugar and are free from gluten and lactose. They can be used as a cook-in sauce, dip or dressing. 

RRP £4.49


Tims Dairy Greek Style Vanilla yoghurt 

Tims Dairy Bio-Live Greek Style Vanilla yoghurt comes in a single-serve portion for people looking for on-the-go snacks. It can also be used as a dessert topping and alternative to cream or custard.

RRP 92p


Vivalicious Introjuice Superfood

Introjuice Superfood by Vivalicious is available in five varieties that all offer different benefits. They include: Charge Up, Kick Start, Switch On, Chill Out and Shape Up (which has a drop of gin).

RRP £2.29 to £2.79