Elliott Cantrell of Adelie Foods (centre) was named Sandwich Designer of the Year in 2013
The art of creating new sandwich recipes is a critical part of keeping consumer interest and vital to the future of the industry.
The British Sandwich Designer of the Year Award aims to recognise the major contribution made by those involved (often behind the scenes) in creating new recipes.
New research from Bel UK on sandwich trends reveals that cheese has apparently knocked chicken off the top spot as the nation’s favourite sandwich filling, both in and out of home and for both men and women. Variety and range of flavour is a key reason behind the change in preferences, it says.
The findings contrast strongly with other surveys, which consistently rank chicken as the top choice as a filling.
Thursday 21st November 2013
at Campden BRI, Station Road, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire GL55 6LD
The meeting will comprise a series of presentations from Campden scientists covering subjects such as:
International Sandwich & Snack News Magazine is the official journal of the British Sandwich Association.
Draft guidelines have been produced by the British Sandwich Association and Monmouth County Council under the Primary Authority scheme and are being circulated to the industry and enforcement bodies across the UK for comment before a final version is produced later this autumn.
Please note that Defra has been asked to clarify the use of the term ‘Use by End of’ which appears in this draft.
The closing date for receipt of comments is 1st November 2013
Reponses should be sent to The British Sandwich Association, 18c Moor Street, Chepstow NP16 5DB or by email to email@example.com
A big thank you to everyone who attended the Annual General Meeting at The Dickens Inn, London on 12th June 2013. British Sandwich Association members can download a copy of the presentations given by the speakers on the day by following the links below. The documents are in our Members' Only area so you will need to log in to be able to view them.
If you need a password reminder please call Peter Ward on 01291 636332 or if you aren't a member yet, please call Membership Development on 01291 636333.
We have organised a fully certified Basic Hygiene Course – legally required for all food-handlers, even drivers – for BSA Members for only £10+ VAT.
Best of all – no travelling – its online!
Any form of bread with a filling, generally assembled cold - to include traditional wedge sandwiches, as well as filled rolls, baguettes, pitta, bloomers, wraps, bagels and the like, but not burgers and other products assembled and consumed hot. Hot eating sandwiches are also included.