Holland's Pies Now being Served!
Holland's Pies Announce Partnership with Seniors Fish & Chip Shops
You can now get a proper taste of Lancashire at Seniors as Holland’s, Lancashire’s best-known pies and puddings for over 165 years, are now on sale here, and we're one of Lancashire’s leading chain fish & chip shops.
Holland’s will provide a range of classic pies and puddings for us to supply to customers at our shops in Bispham, Blackpool, Lytham and Thornton. Best-selling Holland’s pies will include Steak Pudding, Potato & Meat Pie, Cheese & Onion Pie, Chicken & Mushroom Pie and Steak Pie.
Famous for its rich, tasty fillings, traditional baking methods and, of course, its unique shortcrust pastry, Holland’s uses only the freshest vegetables, prime cuts of 100% British meat and locally sourced mature cheddar cheese to make up its tasty, mouth watering savoury selection. Their unmistakable blend of shortcrust pastry also contains less fat than a standard shortcrust pastry.
“Seniors is a perfect partner for us to work with, synonymous with quality and holding similar values to ourselves" commented Chris Clark, Van Sales Manager at Holland’s.
He added "Holland’s has a proud heritage of supplying chippies across Lancashire for over 165 years and we are delighted to be growing this business with such a well established chain of fish & chip shops”
Seniors Managing Director Alastair Horabin said: “We are so excited to be working with Holland’s, Lancashire’s favourite chippy pie. Customers are becoming more and more conscious of what goes into their food, so choosing a supplier on the quality and sourcing is important. Holland’s have a leading reputation for quality – we are thrilled to be supplying their pies and puddings and think they will be a huge hit with our customers.”
Produced in Lancashire, Holland’s Pies is one of the UK’s best-loved pie makers; producing a range of delicious pies, puddings and pastries for local chip shops in the North West and supermarkets and football stadiums across the UK.
Created: Mon 04 Apr 2016, 16:43
Modified: Mon 04 Apr 2016, 16:46