Bridor eyes snacking market with vegetarian NPD

first_imgSource: BridorBridor has rolled out a range of four mini vegetarian bakes aimed at the snacking market.Made from 100% butter puff pastry, the snacks are ready to bake from frozen and can be eaten hot or cold.The range comprises:Mini Pizza Swirl (35g) – it features a traditional Italian recipe with tomatoes, mushrooms, black olives, onions, garlic and basilMini Cheese Swirl (35g) – this includes a creamy Emmental centre and crispy doughMini Pesto Swirl (30g) – the bake contains basil, cheese and garlic fillingMini Cheese Extravagant (35g) – this is made up of a puff pastry roll with an Emmental centre and Emmental topping.The three swirls are available in boxes of 225 for £33.75 and a mixed box of all three is also available. The Mini Cheese Extravagant, meanwhile, is sold in boxes of 180 for £27.“There is currently a great demand for snacks that are both healthy and able to fit into people’s busy lifestyles,” said Erwan Inizan, UK sales director at Bridor.Led by a boost in healthy eating habits and a rise in flexitarianism, outlook for the vegetarian snacking market is very promising, it added.“Bridor’s mini snacks satisfy those exact requirements, with indulgent flavours that deliver on taste and health credentials to boot, these variants are the perfect option for consumers looking for the next delicious treat.”last_img read more

Go back to the enewsletter InterContinental Hotels

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterInterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has confirmed the acquisition of a 51% stake in Regent Hotels & Resorts (Regent).Regent’s portfolio of properties comprises six existing locations in Beijing, Berlin, Chongqing, Porto Montengero, Singapore and Taipei, along with developments in Jakarta (opening late 2018) and Phu Quoc (opening in 2020).The 51% interest has been acquired for $39 million in cash, payable in three tranches of $13 million. The initial $13 million was paid upon completion of the deal, with the second amount due in 2021 and the third in 2024.Regent BerlinUnder the terms of the agreement, IHG will have the right to acquire the remaining 49% interest in a phased manner from 2026.IHG will bring Regent into its brand portfolio at the top end of the luxury segment and will accelerate its growth globally, supported by IHG’s powerful enterprise. IHG’s long-term initiative is to grow to over 40 hotels in key global gateway cities and resort locations.IHG is well established in the luxury segment with the world’s largest luxury brand, InterContinental Hotels & Resorts.Lead image – Regent ChongqingGo back to the enewsletterlast_img read more