A helping hand from PureOaty
Glebe Farm Foods understands that cafes and coffee shops have been hard hit by the recent lockdown and that businesses will need the help and support of their local communities to get their sales back on track. Which is why they have launched a special initiative to offer a helping hand to coffee shops and cafes who are opening their doors for the first time in many weeks.
Rebecca Rayner, Director of Glebe Farm Foods appreciates how hard it is going to be for high street businesses to re-open their doors, “As a British business, we want to support our colleagues in other British businesses who are trying to re-establish their trade, and who are dealing with a whole new approach to the day-to-day running of their operations. As a special initiative, we are offering up to 25,000 cases of our Glebe Farm Foods PureOaty oat drink, to help cafes and coffee shops to provide the finest non-dairy coffee to their customers. There is no commitment with this offer, it’s one case of 10 litres of PureOaty per cafe, delivered direct to the door. We just want to help out as the industry tries to kickstart its sales after lockdown.”
Glebe Farm Foods’ PureOaty is made with pure, British oats, at Glebe Farm in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire with only four ingredients: British gluten-free oats, water, sunflower oil and a touch of salt – that’s it. There’s no added sugar, gums or artificial ingredients and it’s blended to ensure that it stretches beautifully on the wand to create a silky microfoam that works well with most coffee roasts.
Rebecca concludes, “We are very proud of PureOaty, it’s the perfect non-dairy choice for coffee and also for tea, hot chocolate or smoothies – all drinks really. The formulation is simple yet effective and delicious. Using British gluten-free oats, it’s made here on our farm, and we believe PureOaty is the best oat drink available in the UK, so put it to the test, on us!”