As a Swede, I love me a good crispbread. My grandmother introduced me to them when I was little—my four-year-old brain balked at the liverwurst and pickled herring, but my stomach overruled. Today, as consumers are breaking into flavors from all over the world, they’re looking to be introduced to new flavors à la Anne Allen’s grandmother. Peter’s Yard, an English artisan bakery, recently announced its distribution partnership with Gourmet Foods International, which make the bakery’s crisp breads available to retailers of specialty foods nationwide.
“All of us at Peter’s Yard are delighted to be in the U.S. market,” said Wendy Wilson-Bett, Co-Owner of Peter's Yard. “We are already receiving positive feedback from American foodies who are enjoying the crispbread in their own unique ways.”
According to a press release, Peter’s Yard produces sourdough crispbreads in the Swedish tradition using simple, natural ingredients. The crispbreads offer a high-fiber, low-sugar alternative to bread that is free of hydrogenated oils. Offered in Original, Caraway, Fig, and Pink Peppercorn varieties, these light crisps make the perfect partner for canapés and are the natural choice for cheese.
The company also noted that just in time for upcoming holiday entertaining, it will offer a selection box of the product range.
Excuse this Swede for going out and purchasing all of them! Stick with Deli Market News to learn about the latest specialty food products.