1St November – World Vegan Day / 1st – 30th November World Vegan Day
It’s time to celebrate the love of plants! Celebrate with others all around the world to recognise how far the vegan lifestyle has evolved. Check out some of our top vegan products:
2nd November – Day of the Dead
The Mexican holiday is a celebration of life and death with colourful skulls and skeletons painted everywhere…literally! Explore tasty, Mexican dishes that are hot, hot, hot!
5th November – Bonfire Night
Remember remember the 5th of November! Make sure this night goes down with a BANG and serve the classic hot dogs, burgers and heart-warming sweet treats.
14th November – World Diabetes Day
World Diabetes day is marked on the 14th November every year as it is the birthday of Sir Frederick Banting who co-discovered insulin. Spread the awareness and educate people about diabetes.
17th November – Homemade Bread Day
There’s nothing better than the smell of freshly baked bread. And you can get creative and mix up your own brilliant bread masterpiece! Here are some of the products you may need:
23rd – 29th - British Game Week
Healthy and delicious and even better…it’s British! Celebrate Game Week by putting it on your specials board and try new and exciting ways to enjoy it. These duck breasts are perfect to put on your menu for this week.
2nd December – English Breakfast Day
The classic English brekkie enjoyed by all! Adapt to make it suitable for everyone, coeliacs, vegetarians and vegans!
5th December – Pigs in Blankets Day
Get those pigs wrapped! Don’t wait until Christmas day to enjoy these bad boys, this day is the exception. Simply make your own or enjoy our pre-cooked and uncooked piggies!
25th December – Christmas Day
Turkey and ALL the trimmings please…Otherwise Yule be sorry! Oh, and don’t forget to take an elfie of your Christmas dinner before you serve
26th December – Boxing Day
Turkey leftovers? The options are endless with what you could do! Why not try the classic turkey curry made with Rodda’s clotted cream – it’s delicious!
31st December – New Year’s Eve
Small and socially distanced gatherings are cool too! Let nothing stop you enjoy bringing in the new year (BRING ON 2021, AND GOODBYE 2020!) Get the alcohol flowing and keep the great food coming