Walkers Shortbread Launches Foodservice Line of Shortbread and Cookies

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Featuring Individually Wrapped Twin Packs in the Traditional but Globally-recognized Tartan Packaging

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Walkers has been served for decades by international hotels and airlines, and is now one of the most respected premium food brands worldwide.

Walkers Shortbread, the much-loved family-owned Scottish Shortbread bakery, is launching a new line premium shortbread and cookie varieties to foodservice outlets. The new line includes individually wrapped twin packs in the traditional but globally-recognized tartan packaging.

Walkers has been served for decades by international hotels and airlines, and is now one of the most respected premium food brands worldwide. Its All-Butter Shortbread Fingers and Rounds, Stem Ginger Cookies, and Oatcake Crackers are all available in food service pack formats.

Walkers Shortbread still bakes its shortbread in the village of Aberlour in Scotland, true to the standards set by founder Joseph Walker in 1898. Walkers Shortbread products use only the finest, all-natural ingredients; are free of genetically modified ingredients (non-GMO), artificial flavorings, preservatives and colorings; and are certified Kosher by the Orthodox Union.

The foodservice line may be viewed at http://www.walkersbuzz.com/foodservice.
Samples are available by calling Direct to Chef’s at +1–917–304–3384 or emailing ddurante24(at)aol(dot)com.

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About Walkers Shortbread
Walkers was founded in 1898 and is the leading brand of food exported from Scotland. The family-owned company offers the widest range of shortbread, traditional cookies, cakes, oatcakes and puddings to over 80 countries, and continues to operate a retail shop on the location of its first bakery in the Scottish Highlands village of Aberlour. The company's products contain no artificial flavorings, colorings or additives and are certified kosher OUD. For more information, please visit http://www.walkersus.com.

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