Northern meats feature in retailer’s new ‘Christmas Book’
North of England supermarket chain Booths has released a ‘Christmas Book’, featuring northern meat products which are now available for delivery across the country.
The book features Christmas recipes and gift ideas alongside seasonal products such as Goosnargh Goose from Lancashire, venison and wild boar from Holme Farm in North Yorkshire, and dry-aged beef bred exclusively for Booths by National Trust tenant farmers in the north west.
Set up as a retailer for local suppliers, with 29 stores across Cumbria, Lancashire, Yorkshire, Cheshire and Greater Manchester, this will be the first time the retailer will deliver to the rest of the UK. Edwin Booth, chairman of Booths, explained: “For the first time we are making our Christmas range available throughout the UK, so that customers from far and wide can share fabulous food and drink with friends and family and discover why Booths is one of the nation’s best kept secrets.”
The supermarket will also offer a click-and-collect service during the festive period for more local customers who will be able to order online and collect in their local store.
“My family always looks forward to being together for the Christmas holiday and we will be among the first to place an order for our seasonal favourites. Not only does our range look good, but it tastes good too and our buyers have worked hard to secure supplies of the finest produce. Many of the goods you will find in our book are exclusive to Booths,” Booth concluded.
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