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Arch House Deli – launches range of locally inspired hampers

11-29-2012 09:55 PM CET | Fashion, Lifestyle, Trends

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Bristol and Bath Hamper

Bristol and Bath Hamper

Arch House Deli (Clifton Village, Bristol, UK) has launched a range of hampers based on food from local producers in Bristol and Bath.

During 2012 the deli has built relationships with local niche food suppliers and has developed a range of hampers selecting the very best from the Bristol and Bath area.
“Our vision for our products is to source local, sustainable, traceable and organic where ever possible. Only if we can’t find the right product within Bristol and Bath do we widen the search to the Southwest and then further afield. Choosing local suppliers enables us to better support our community, reduce food miles and therefore the impact on our environment.” Debbie Atherton joint owner of Arch House Deli.
“The region punches well above its weight when it comes to quality food, whether it’s food producers, restaurants, pubs or indeed delicatessens, and we are proud to have been able to create a range of hampers showcasing the very best from Bath and Bristol. It’s been fantastic to work with so many passionate local producers in 2012 and the hampers have already gained huge interest from our regulars right through to businesses looking for a unique gift for staff and clients this Christmas.” David Greenman joint owner of Arch House Deli.

The hampers contain products from a growing list of local producers including Heavenly Hedgerows – honey, wild foraged jams and liqueurs; The Bath Food Company – chutney and relishes; Bramley & Gage – liqueurs and gin; Bristol Beer Factory – beers and ales; The Fine Cheese Company - crackers and fruit pastes; Bath Harvest – rapeseed oils; Lovely Drinks – pressés; Diggy Tennant – savory jellies; A&J Confectionary – Fudge; James Chocolates – chocolate specialities and The Upton Cheyney Chilli Company – chilli sauces.

The hampers are available made to order in the deli’s Bristol shop and also from the company’s online shop shop.archhousedeli.com. Hampers can be shipped anywhere in the UK and range in price from £25 to £100, with free delivery on all orders over £50.

Arch House Deli, is a multi award winning delicatessen based in Clifton, Bristol, UK. Winners of the 2011 UK Deli of the Year competition, winners of the Bristol Good Food Awards - Best Deli 2012, Winners of the "Discover the Origin" award from Specialty Food Magazine in September 2009, British Cheese Awards "Best New Deli" award in 2007 and “Best New Cheese Retailer” runner up in September 2010.

Arch House Deli was established in 2006 and in November 2009 was taken over by David Greenman and Debbie Atherton.

For further information on this press release contact David Greenman on 0117 974 1166 or email enquiries@archhousedeli.com. Further information on Arch House Deli is available at http://www.archhousedeli.com.

Arch House
Boyces Avenue
Clifton Village
Bristol
BS8 4AA, UK

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