== Artisan style ==
Artisan Biscuits trialled its new cookie concept at Caffè Culture. Under The Fine Cookie Co brand the American-style chewy cookies will be available in Rainbow Nation, Blueberry Hill, Butterscotch On the Rocks, Big Apple and Chocolate Box Brownie varieties. The firm hopes they will fill the cookie jars in coffee shops and cafés when they launch in October.
== Cancer support ==
Dragon’s Den star Deborah Meaden spoke at Caffè Culture about the benefits of taking part in Macmillan Cancer Support’s fundraising coffee morning on 25 September. Any business can take part and there is no investment needed. You will be provided with all the necessary merchandise and sales materials and it could help increase sales and brand awareness, as well as raising money. For more details, visit www.macmillan.org.uk.
== It’s a Wrappe ==
Love Joes launched its own pre-made wraps in four globally inspired flavours. The firm, which supplies chicken products to foodservice, is aiming its new Wrappe product at cafés, forecourts, stadia and pubs. Available in Chicken Fajita, Chicken Tikka, Pepperoni Pizza and Margherita flavours, the Wrappe is available frozen, and can be heated in its wrapper in the oven in 25-35 minutes.
== A loaf affair ==
Devondale introduced a new range of mini loaf cakes at Caffè Culture. Available in double chocolate, cherry almond and lemon loaf cake varieties, the additions are a new format for the bakery. They are supplied ambient and have a shelf-life of eight weeks.