Podberry secures new retail listings across Scotland

Podberry secures new retail listings across Scotland

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Podberry, the UK’s first freeze-dried seasoned snack product made with Scottish-grown peas, has secured two new listings across both Lidl and Cooperative estates in Scotland.

Launched in 104 Lidl stores from 3 September for an initial two week period, situated in the Special Buy Scottish Larder Section for Scottish Food and Drink Fortnight, Lidl stocks both Podberrys Sweet Chilli and Sea Salt and Balsamic Vinegar variants at a special price of 59p per pack.

Podberry will also be launching its Sea Salt and Balsamic Vinegar and Sweet Chilli varieties in 30 Co-op stores across Scotland from 2 November.

Both these new listings will allow even more people to easily try Podberry, as well as supporting a local Scottish business. The brand is currently also stocked in Morrisons, independents and available online at www.eatpodberry.co.uk.

The entire range, comprising four different flavours, is completely vegan, high in protein, low in fat, gluten free and counts as 1 of your 5 a day.

Podberry’s peas are frozen in less than two and a half hours from harvest and then freeze dried, not fried. The peas are finished with a specially created flavour blend, free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives.

Gemma Rae, commercial manager at Podberry, said: “We’re really excited to see Podberry securing listings in more locations across Scotland. We hope an increased shelf presence will allow more people to discover the brand and purchase Podberry more conveniently as part of their weekly shop.

“It has obviously been a tough year for producers, but as things begin to return to normal, a purchase of Podberry is not only a unique, healthy and delicious snack for people to enjoy but a way to support a Scottish business too”

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