Gluten-free bakery company Mrs Crimble’s has announced a new range of listings, including contracts to supply easyJet, Moto service stations and the NHS.
From this month, airline company easyJet will stock Mrs Crimble’s gluten-free treats on all of its flights and the NHS will offer a Mrs Crimble’s macaroon to those who donate blood from the New Year.
The brand also sealed a deal to supply truck shops and 56 restaurants at Moto service stations in September.
Jeremy Woods, managing director, Mrs Crimble’s, said: "We’re delighted with the new listings for our food service range, including our new flapjacks, which makes it easier for people to grab a satisfying snack on the go whether they need to steer clear of gluten or not."
Originally launched in 1979, Mrs Crimble’s has also recently secured new listings in outlets including House of Fraser (Café Zest) and TK Maxx (Café Maxx). The gluten-free brand is currently sold in outlets in America, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.