Welsh Food and Drink on the Menu at Airport Lounge

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A menu featuring Welsh food and drink is now on offer to travellers using an executive lounge at Cardiff Wales Airport.

Harlech Foodservice is making two deliveries a week to the airport, showcasing top quality produce from across the country.

Princes Gate bottled water from Pembrokeshire, samosas and Indian delicacies from SamosaCo of Pontyclun, bread from Jones Village Bakery in Wrexham and Jones Crisps from Gwynedd are just some of the Welsh products stocked courtesy of Harlech.

The company, based near Criccieth in Gwynedd, has embarked on a £6 million expansion and has added new bases in Merthyr Tydfil and Carmarthen to target contracts right across Wales.

Key Account Manager Laura Griffiths clinched the deal with Cardiff Wales Airport and she said:

“We are supplying lines with a real Welsh flavour and provenance for the 51° Executive Lounge at Cardiff Wales Airport which is a really prestigious contract for us.

“It means customers from around the world are getting a real taste of Wales with top quality products from across the country.

“It’s very much a Welsh-first policy there and we can offer that range of food and drink from Wales and back it up with a top quality service with flexible delivery when they want it from our new depots in Merthyr and Carmarthen.”

Lee Smith, Head of Business Development at Cardiff Wales Airport, said:

“Our new partnership with Harlech means our customers are benefiting from quality Welsh products at Cardiff Wales Airport.

“We’re really proud of our 51°Executive Lounge and its locally produced offerings. Our customers regularly tell us they love the food and beverage options available.

“We look forward to our passengers enjoying a taste of Wales before they jet off on their travels from Cardiff.”

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