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Community Foods bring Crazy Jack Organic and Tarantella to Natural and Organic Products Europe 2019


Natural and Organic Products Europe welcome Community Foods to London Excel once again. Over the course of two event filled days, open exclusively to the Trade, Community Foods will be showing their organic snacking, baking and cooking ingredients range; Crazy Jack Organic and organic tomato brand, Tarantella.

The entire Crazy Jack range is free from sulphur dioxide and other nasties. They'll be bringing their newest addition to the range; Crazy Jack Ready-to-Eat Snack Pack Apricots with them. At 40g and containing 6 apricots, the snack pack offers consumers one of their five a day, and at just 70kcal, fits well within Government guidelines to eat low calorie snacks. The apricots have a unique colour and flavour not to be missed!

Having already gained listings at a number of independent health stores, Ocado and Wholefoods Market, Tracy Kane, Community Foods brands director comments: "Almost two thirds of consumers buy snacks as part of their weekly grocery shop* and, with the continuing growth of organic food,** we believe that our Crazy Jack snack packs appeal to the increasing number of consumers looking for healthier snacks. The apricots' natural sugars and lower GI make them a good solution for consumers craving sweet but healthier treats".

Organic tomato brand Tarantella will be showing their range of Chopped Tomatoes, Peeled Plum Tomatoes and Passata, in addition to their newest addition to the range; Tomato Puree. The new double concentrate organic tomato puree fulfils a gap in the processed tomato market for single serve organic products.

Ideal for consumers looking to reduce food waste, the small tin format (70g) holds 2 tablespoons of puree - ideal for one meal. Tracy Kane comments: "With organic sales in the canned and packaged grocery category growing at 6.1% year on year*** now is the perfect time to expand our range of organic passata and tinned tomatoes." The new double concentrate organic tomato puree fulfils a gap in the processed tomato market for single serve organic products.

The puree comes in 3 small tins in a cardboard sleeve, which can be merchandised either horizontally or vertically on shelf. As with all Tarantella products, it continues to source BPA free packaging and the 3 small tins in a cardboard sleeve allow for easy recycling once the product is consumed.

Join us on stand Q6 for Crazy Jack Organic Ready to Eat Apricots and Mango, as well as samples of Tarantella Tomato Puree to take away.

To read more about Crazy Jack Organic, please visit our website or to read more about Tarantella visit

* Harris International omnibus survey of 2,042 adults January 2015

** Nielsen to 30th December 2017

*** Soil Association Organic Market Report 2019

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