Geeta’s, the Indian chutney experts, are delighted to announce that their Smooth Premium Mango Chutney was a key ingredient for the Sandwich Designer of the Year 2016.
The Finals were held on 12 May, 2016 at the British Sandwich and Food to Go Association Industry awards, affectionately known as the “Sammies”. In a closely fought contest, contestants from all over the country took part to become The British Sandwich Designer of the Year 2016. Sponsors included Geeta’s, Harvey & Brockless, Norseland Cheese, Universal Meats, Sam Browne Foods and New York Bakery Company.
Kim Hartley, from Gunstone’s Bakery (part of the 2 Sisters Group) won overall Sandwich Designer of the Year 2016, chosen for her consistent display of innovation, creativity and exceptional execution.
Kim won the Geeta’s category with her magnificent Mini Bombay Bundt Bagel Rolls, with 3 mini bagel rolls made using a traditional Indian Naan mixture and filled with Chicken Tikka, Lamb Tikka and Onion Bhagi. Integral to the success of the winning Mini Bombay Bundt Bagel Rolls was Geeta’s Smooth Premium Mango Chutney that helped deliver authentically Indian flavours.
Kim commented: “I am utterly thrilled to have won this highly prestigious award. This however would not have been possible without the Sponsors incredible Chutney as inspiration. The whole Geeta’s range is amazing and I always have their chutneys in my store cupboard at home”
Geeta’s Foods have an extensive range of authentic, premium quality chutneys, pickles, cooking sauces, and spice mixes, including their iconic Premium Mango Chutney, which is the UK’s favourite Indian Mango Chutney*.
Geeta’s selection of mouthwatering chutneys are a versatile must have ingredient that can pep up any Sandwich, Toastie, Panini or Wrap, and add that extra flavour that will make your customers go WOW.
So if you want a condiment of distinction, to add that WOW factor, contact our team on 020 8450 2255, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact our distributors RH Amar & Company at 01494 530200.
* Source: IRI Jan 2016