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Handmade Meringues Go Free Range

As the announcement is made today that the sale of free range eggs has outstripped the sale of battery eggs for the first time, Glasgow based company the Handmade Meringue Company are delighted to announce they are one of the first bakers in Scotland to use free range eggs for their products.

Over the last few years, and with the support of celebrity chefs including Jamie Oliver and Hugh Fearnley – Whittingstall, issues of animal welfare for caged hens have been brought to the fore, encouraging more consumers to purchase the free range options available on supermarket shelves and more caterers and producers to use in their products.

As a result, the Handmade Meringue Company are proud to use only free range eggs, supplied by the award winning Corrie Mains Farm in Ayrshire, in the production of their dessert meringues. Launched in 1994, the company are well established throughout Scotland, supplying to a number of retail outlets and award winning catering establishments across the country including the Costley and Costley hotel group, the award winning Sisters restaurants, Glasgow as well as the Fifi and Ally luxury lifestyle boutiques.

To discuss the catering or retail range available from the Handmade Meringue Company, please contact Vicci Frutin on 0141 892 0141 or via

The Handmade Meringue Company, 15 Eddison Street, Glasgow G52 4JW
Tel: 0141 892 0141
Fax: 0141 892 0141

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For press enquiries regarding the Handmade Meringue Company, please contact Su Hesketh at Crimson Edge PR. Tel: 0131 311 7050.

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