Inspiring great meals from prepared foods since 1924

Increase pride, passion and capacity in your kitchens

May 30th, 2017

Trial new dishes, offer promotions and attract new customers with our prepared meals.

Roberts of Port Dinorwic has the pride, passion and capacity to become your prepared meal and centre-of-plate supplier and developer of choice. We’ll work with you to provide simple-to-cook dishes or components for a seamless and successful kitchen operation. From volume packs of high quality pulled meat to portions of exacting volume and standards, we have the knowledge, processes and skills to deliver quality, versatile food products according to your requirements.

Increase pride, passion and capacity in your kitchens

May 30th, 2017

Let us become a key part of your organisation’s success. We can help optimise your production process thanks to the development and supply of meal components and quick frozen products. Receive the raw ingredients as you need them, in the amounts you need, to exacting weight and volume specifications. We have the speed and capacity to work with you on tight deadlines, so you’re never left wanting.

Our manufacturing partners benefit from:

  • Individual, popular and inspiring meals, not off-the-shelf products
  • A flexible supplier willing to work with you on product development and production optimisation
  • Innovative ideas and fresh concepts fired by our passion for food and product development
  • Products that fit with the varying pressure and skill constraints of kitchens and staff
  • Better margins, reliable distribution and continuity of supply
  • Food that gives your clients consistent quality, value for money and superior taste
  • Long-term trading relationships and solidity – no “unknowns” or regular costly changes

Our manufacturing partners have won awards for their products, but you won’t find us shouting about that here. We honour strict confidentiality because each and every partner wants and receives something unique to them. Our integrity keeps it that way.

Building reputations in manufacturing through quality meat components

May 24th, 2017

We are delighted that the progressive waste and recycling policy adopted by the Welsh Assembly is now reaping dividends, after figures released revealed that almost 60% of waste collected by local authorities in Wales is now being recycled.

Councils in Wales currently have the highest average recycling rate of all the devolved nations, recycling 59% of waste collected, thanks to an ambitious long-term waste strategy to reduce waste and recycle 70% of all waste collected by local authorities.

Roberts of Port Dinorwic believe passionately in supporting these measures which protect our environment and are continuously reviewing the internal waste and recycling systems and introducing new measures where possible to make processes more efficient and reduce waste.

Commitment to the environment and our future

May 17th, 2017

Instagramming your breakfast or brunch eggs is nothing new, but if you are still ‘gramming’ boiled and poached eggs, you might be slightly behind the times.

The latest food craze taking Instagram by storm is the cloud egg.

  • First, separate the yolk from the white.
  • Whisk the white as if you were making meringues and fold in any optional extras you may like, such as cheese, ham or little cubes of bacon.
  • Place the whipped white in a cloud shape on a baking tray, leaving dips in the middle where the yolks will go later.
  • Bake in an oven preheated at 230°C oven for five to eight minutes.
  • Put the egg yolk in the middle of the cloud and return to the oven for three minutes before serving.

They’re reportedly around 161 calories per serving, and can be eaten on toast, with sides such as avocado, bacon or chips, or simply as they are.

 

Egg-ceptional food trend

May 17th, 2017

Around 10,000 people are expected to visit Caernarfon on Saturday for a free food festival at one of the world’s most stunning locations.

This will be the second Gwyl Fwyd Caernarfon Food Festival with the Gwynedd town’s famous Castle providing a fantastic backdrop.

Organised by a committee of volunteers, festival-goers are being invited to “eat, drink and be merry” at the event on May 13 which last year attracted 10,000 people.

From all of us at Roberts of Port Dinorwic we are sure it will be a fantastic day out.

Caernarfon Food Festival

May 10th, 2017

For those of you who have received one of our rather luxurious notebooks we hope it has been of use. If you are close to filling the pages with all your menu ideas, ingredient lists and detailed seasonal plans and would like another one sending before we run out just drop Simon a note and he’ll put one in the post. simon.davies@roberts-wales.co.uk

 

Roberts of Port Dinorwic limited edition notebooks!

May 2nd, 2017

A leading U.K. foodservice company is committing £500,000 to their initiative to combat child poverty. A recent report revealed three million youngsters are going hungry during school holidays.

In 2016 the initiative provided around 10,000 meals in the summer holidays.

 

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