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Sinclair Condiments secures national listings

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Sinclair Condiments secures national listings

June 15
14:10 2016

sinclair-range-w1120h320Sauces producer Sinclair Condiments has secured its first national listings across the UK.

The business, started by Nik Sinclair in 2013 will see its range rolled out in 225 Morrisons stores nationally and available through Holland & Barrett’s online shop.

All six products will be stocked which includes hot banana ketchup, smokey chipotle ketchup and roasted red pepper.

Founder Nik Sinclair said: “Since I started making my sauces I knew they were pretty special. They’ve been a hit with everyone who’s tried that and offer something unique to the condiments aisle. Securing these listings is a big win for us and we’re already starting to see some strong results.

“We’re incredibly proud that in only a few short years we’ve gone from making sauces in my kitchen and selling them at farmers’ markets to supplying some of the biggest supermarket and health-food chains. It’s testament to the hard work and passion we put into our sauces.”

The sauces are available for a recommended retail price of £2.99.

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