mexgrocer.co.uk has become a supplier of Mexican food to Amazon.co.uk. This latest demonstration of the Mexican food distributor’s ambitious plans for 2014 sees an initial 100 mexgrocer.co.uk products become available to users of Amazon. More will be added in the near future.
Amazon has over 200 million customers worldwide and a constantly-evolving product range comprising millions of lines, from food to furniture and clothing to computers.
Already proving popular among customers of mexgrocer.co.uk’s products on Amazon are the Street Taco Size corn tortillas and the El Yucateco Achiote paste.
mexgrocer.co.uk is an online supplier of authentic Mexican groceries and ingredients, offering products not generally available in UK and European supermarkets. Food supplied by mexgrocer.co.uk is imported from Mexico and shipped in the company’s own packaging from its warehouse just north of London. Orders are dispatched within 24 hours.
Speaking about her company’s latest move, Katya Torres de la Rocha, CEO of mexgrocer.co.uk, said: “To offer a selection of much-loved authentic Mexican ingredients through Amazon is an exciting development for us. Amazon is one of the biggest and most prestigious companies in the world. We are delighted they have recognised how popular Mexican food is becoming.”
mexgrocer.co.uk sells over 500 products, including generic Mexican-brand tortillas, dried chillies, spicy sauces and nopales (cactus leaves) beans. Also available are Jose Cuervo Margarita mix, fresh tamales, Oaxaca cheese, habanero chili sauce and Mexican kitchenware.
So, go have a looksee: mexgrocer on amazon
Introducing the 2014 Chocolate Easter Collection by luxury British Chocolatier Marc Demarquette. Taking inspiration from the famous Fabergé Egg, Marc has created a contemporary Easter Egg trio in classically timeless chocolate caramel flavours of Banoffee, Key Lime and Sea Salt Caramel.
At Demarquette – Fine Chocolates Master Chocolatier Marc Demarquette has created hand-painted designer chocolate Easter eggs that are filled with deliciously creamy caramel in Banoffee, Key Lime and Sea Salted flavours. The unique colourful design on the eggs, which sets out to capture a spirit of liveliness and fun, is inspired by Fabergé’s dynamic and exuberant Spiral Egg collection.
Presented by the half dozen hen size eggs or dozen quail sized eggs, they are made in either Demarquette’s award winning 71.1% CacaoLux pure dark chocolate for the Salted Caramel egg or a smooth triple origin milk chocolate for both the Tangy Key lime and the sweet Banoffee eggs. They are beautifully presented in a classically timeless Easter Gift box adorned by a bespoke gold Spiral Egg logo.
6 Hen sized Egg Gift Box: RRP £25.00
12 Quail sized Egg Box: RRP £19.75
Fabergé inspired Easter Eggs and other Demarquette Easter Chocolates will be available online at www.demarquette.co.uk. Selected products will be available at Harrods, Fortnum & Mason, Harvey Nichols, Sourced Market, Notonthehighstreet.com and selected fine food retailers across Britain.
You love coffee, especially properly made coffee….not the instant variety…. It is estimated that 5% of the UK population (and more probably since Christmas) now have a Nespresso machine… but having the machine and then buying the coffee capsules for it are two whole different stories, as the expensive Nespresso branded refill capsules aren’t available to pop in your trolley at the main supermarket chains with your weekly shop.
Now, however, the Fine Coffee Club has the answer. An easy way to get your compatible pod refills with a tantalising array of the very best coffees in whatever strength and flavour is your particular fancy…..all at a price that’s around 20% cheaper than buying the branded version online. Just how good is that?
The Fine Coffee Club offers a wide variety of capsules to buy online with the greatest ease, and then delivered straight to your letter box with the least hassle. So whether your favourite cup is latte, or cappuccino, or expresso from the finest Colombian 100% Arabica beans, or perhaps a slightly milder Kenyan AA, the Fine Coffee Club can meet your needs.
Dark, medium or light roast, even decaf or lungo…we can do it all and we are the only company providing 100% Arabica coffee for the Nespresso system. We even have a roast that supports the charity assisting farmers repair their lives in war torn Rwanda now the country has discovered it can produce wonderful coffee beans…so you can enjoy the perfect cup with a social conscience if that is your wish.
The Fine Coffee Club capsules are compatible with all Nespresso machines for home use so why not join the tens of thousands of other customers who have now made the Fine Coffee Club the go to website for your coffee pods and other coffee essentials. Truly an entrepreneurial British company, the word is even now spreading overseas with the Club supplying discerning coffee drinkers from New Zealand to the USA as well as across Europe.
Just visit www.finecoffeeclub.co.uk
Husband and wife team, New Zealand born farmer Tim Williams and London born creative Claire Williams are about to launch their high-quality, organic, delivery service; The Slow Meat Company.
The SlowMeat Company sources locally slow grown meat, processed by small scale operators in Somerset, offering fully traceable, high welfare, quality traditional British breeds suchas the Ruby Red Devon, Aberdeen Angus, Hereford, Sussex and English Longhorn.
Five different luxury meat boxes, the ‘Taster’ (£39), ‘Premium’ (£49), ‘Slow Meat Special’ (£49), ‘The Mighty Meat Box’ (£89), or a ‘Bespoke’ box can be ordered online for a special occasion or regularly on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis. The meat, ranging from premium grass fed sirloin steaks to braising joints, is delivered overnight in wool insulated, ice packed chilled boxes and includes hand printed instructions and handy cooking tips to get the most from your chosen cut.
A born and bred farmer’s son from New Zealand, Tim Williams has worked on large scale cattle ranches, free-range livestock farms, in a Venison plant on the rugged West Coast of New Zealand and has been managing organic farms in the UK’s southwest. Wife and ex-Londoner Claire is a London College of Fashion Graduate who runs her own vintage dress making business, Princelilly. With a keen eye for creative detail, the duo have already been causing quite a buzz online with The Slow Meat Company’s fun and stylish social media updates, 700 followers within a couple of weeks of trading and plug via Ben Sherman’s homepage.