Festive favourites return for Ginsters

Ginsters is to bring back two festive limited-edition sandwiches and a festive limited-edition pasty as part of its Christmas range.

Two of Ginsters most successful limited-edition sandwiches will feature in the range; the Festive Edition Christmas Cracker, which is a mix of turkey breast, sausage, stuffing and bacon with cranberry chutney (RRP: 3.49) and the Festive Edition Cranberry, Wensleydale and Bacon, which is a combination of crumbled Wensleydale cheese, cranberry, seasoned mayonnaise and sweetcure smoke flavoured bacon on malted grain bread (RRP: 2.99).

Both sandwiches have been given fresh new packaging using a wintry Cornish landscape scene to reflect the recent Ginsters sandwich relaunch.

The Ginsters Festive Edition Turkey & Bacon Pasty is also returning and features new packaging to make it resemble a tasty present. The pasty contains 100% British turkey and maple smoked cured bacon with cranberries, potato and onion in a creamy sauce made with West Country double cream, wrapped in light puff pastry. It retails at 1.99.

Jo Hartop, head of communications at Ginsters, said: Our consumers tell us they look forward to the launch of our festive line-up every year. The festive Limited Editions are our most successful, delivering a high rate of sale, so retailers should take advantage by stocking the products to boost their winter sales.

As part of our commitment to supporting charitable initiatives, we will once again be making a donation to the Royal Voluntary Service from the sale of the festive limited-edition sandwiches and the pasty. A 10p donation will be made for every festive product sold. Our donation will go towards helping the Royal Voluntary Service in their ongoing support for lonely and isolated older people.

Ginsters festive range will be available from 26 October across impulse outlets.

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