Biscuits join National Trust line-up

04 June, 2010
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The National Trust has launched a range of biscuits as part of its branded line of food and drink, following the launch of a selection of breads last autumn.

The biscuits are produced under licence by Rivermill and other specialist companies, and are made using traditional recipes sourced from National Trust properties. The four-strong range comprises: Stem Gingers, Orange Marmalades, Golden Honey Oaties and Lancashire Lemon Curds.

The 150g packs carry images of the biscuits and sepia-toned graphics of the properties associated with them. The biscuits are made with UK-grown wheat and oats, as well as produce from National Trust farms.





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