British Beans And Peas Are Back On The Shelves! Hodmedods Wholesale Information

Delicious, nutritious and used in many fantastic Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, African and Indian dishes, British-grown dried beans and peas are very high in protein and fibre, low in sodium, and have a low glycemic index. They are the perfect choice for customers looking for a British alternative to imported pulshes, meat or dairy proteins

New Norfolk business Hodemedod supplies retail packs of whole dried fava beans, split dried fava beans, green Kabuki peas and dark Black Badger peas. The split fava beans are especially versatile and easy to cook - they don't need soaking, cook from dry in 20 to 30 minutes and are perfect for soups, stews, curries, dal and dips.  Also known as carlin or maple peas, black badgers are deliciously nutty and firm, making a good substitute for dark green or Puy lentils.

Hodmedod’s beans and peas have already been praised by Gary Rhodes,  The Guardian (2 February 2013), Joanna Blythman, and Jellied Eel:

“Go out and ask your supermarkets and local health food shops to stack them on their shelves!” Gary Rhodes supports our beans on BBC2’s Great British Food Revival, December 2012

All Hodmedod’s products are now available to order by the case or catering sack at trade prices with free UK delivery. The beautifully illustrated packs each contain an inspiring recipe booklet, with recipes inspired by traditional dishes from Ethiopia to East Anglia's Waveney Valley.

To try Hodmedod’s products and meet the team visit the Natural Food Show at Olympia, London 7-8 April (stand 9062 near the vegan pavilion).


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