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Fudge Kitchen relaunches two new Best of British products to mark King’s Coronation

By Anthony Myers

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 Best of British from Fudge Kitchen. Pic: Fudge Kitchen
Best of British from Fudge Kitchen. Pic: Fudge Kitchen

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The artisan confectionery producer, with outlets in a number of the UK’s most historic cities, has redeveloped two new products in its popular British livery featuring traditional flavours.

The Best of British Collection includes two new union-flag emblazoned giftboxes, containing either six or 15 pieces of handmade and hand decorated fudge to mark the King’s coronation on 6 May.

In addition, a bold London Collection of Fudge Sliders have also been added to the collection – featuring iconic London landmarks and sights, these are available containing either three or six pieces.

King Charles III will be crowned alongside the Queen Consort at Westminster Abbey in London.

Fudge Kitchen Marketing Manager, Richard Parson, said: “It’s a fantastic opportunity for British artisan producers such as us to showcase what we do best. From our traditional sugar-crafting technique to our innovative and responsible gift packaging, we’re celebrating the new Carolean era in the sweetest way possible​.”

Fudge Kitchen is also selling a limited-edition Clotted Cream slab fudge in their shops. It’s made using organic clotted cream from Ivy House Farm in Somerset, which has a Royal warrant bestowed by His Majesty King Charles, then Prince of Wales.

Alongside its extensive confectionery range and experiential fudge-making experiences, the company also makes bespoke own-label products for department stores and hotels in London, including Harrods, Harvey Nichols, and Selfridges.

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