The new academic year is here, and Tilda Foodservice is already celebrating top marks from the Craft Guild of Chefs.
The Speciality Rice range was put through its paces by the experienced chef panel, earning high praise and feedback for Tilda’s cooking results, texture, consistency, yield and taste.
The endorsement includes naturally fragrant, Jasmine Rice – perfect for sticky rice – which pleasantly surprised chefs with its unique taste. As well as Tilda’s popular rice blend, Brown & White, which combines the health benefits of wholegrain with white rice and impressed judges with its ‘nutty taste’ and ‘great texture’.
Commenting on the latest Craft Guild Endorsement, Annette Coggins, Head of Foodservice, Tilda UK said:
“We are incredibly proud of Tilda’s latest Craft Guild of Chefs endorsement. For forty years we’ve been passionate about inspiring chefs and caterers to explore new cuisines and be adventurous with their cooking. For our quality grains to have been recognised for taste, texture as well as performance in the kitchen, should give chefs the confidence to get creative.”
Also endorsed are chef’s best friend, Tilda’s Easy Cook Basmati and Easy Cook Long Grain. Which offer all the delicious taste and fluffiness of the originals, but with an even better hold on the plate.
Andrew Green, Chief Executive, Craft Guild of Chefs said;
“Members have always valued the Craft Guild strict endorsement process, and we are delighted to now include more of Tilda’s quality rice products on our approved list. We always ensure that any product is fully and robustly tested so chefs and caterers can use with the upmost confidence, we were impressed with Tilda’s performance when it comes to quality, taste and consistency.”
Discover endless culinary possibilities with Tilda and its Craft Guild of Chefs endorsed range. Along with Tilda’s signature grain, Original Pure Basmati Rice, the Specialty Rice range includes the nutty and aromatic Basmati & Wild, deliciously creamy Arborio Risotto Rice from Po Valley and the naturally fragrant Jasmine Rice.