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Sky’s the limit for Wolfy’s Porridge


Easyjet airline company have signed a deal with Stroud-based Kitchen Garden Foods.

Owners James Horwood and James Moinet will supply the airline with Wolfy’s protein boosted porridge pots, on all flights from November.

Kitchen Garden Foods, who are based at Salmon Springs and employ 15 members of staff, have now secured their second major airline listing – previously securing a partnership with British Airways in 2021.

James Horwood, Director and joint- owner of KG Foods said: “This is a
really, really, exciting deal for our Wolfy’s brand – the fact easyJet are
now taking our products is a real testament to the quality of the product – it’s fantastic for our small, Stroud-based company.

“This is a really, really, exciting deal for our Wolfy’s brand”

James Horwood.

“We launched Wolfy’s pretty much 10 years ago to the day and since then the brand has seen remarkable growth with listing across GWR trains, Waitrose, Ocado, Coop, hundreds of indie outlets, British Airways and now, easyJet.

Protein Boosted with Strawberr Jam 3 of 7 | Sky's the limit for Wolfy's Porridge

“The pots are currently doing a “test flight” and passengers will be able to
enjoy them onboard all easyJet flights really soon. It’s a great opportunity for easyJet too – offering something filling, delicious and quite unique – I’ve no doubt it’ll be really successful for them.”

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