CASTLEWELLAN-based chilled and frozen meals producers TS Meals has secured three new listings at Tesco NI for its Tony’s Chippy model in a deal value £150,000.
Becoming a member of the present vary of cook-at-home chip store favourites within the freezer aisle, which incorporates pasties and battered sausages, the brand new merchandise supply customers a quick and handy meal answer.
The meal field vary consists of a crispy battered rooster munchie field (with sachet of spicy seasoning and curry dipping sauce), a battered sausage & battered burger munchie field (with curry dipping sauce and onion rings), and a traditional battered sausage supper.
The brand new vary is on the market at 16 Tesco areas together with Bangor, Antrim, Ballymoney, Knocknagoney, Lisburn, Portadown, Banbridge, Newtownbreda, Ballymena, Craigavon and Belfast Castlereagh Highway, and is merchandised alongside the present Tony’s Chippy frozen models priced from £2 to £3.
TS Meals was based by Tony and Ann Steele in 1978 and is now run by their daughter Joanne Molloy and son David Steele.
Managing director Joanne Molloy mentioned: “Tony’s Chippy was the primary model TS Meals provided to customers over 4 many years in the past, and we’re happy the vary continues to evolve with the intention to stay related to at this time’s client.
“We all know all retailers, together with Tesco, have been working laborious to convey clients thrilling choices to get pleasure from at house to maintain in-home eating fascinating and contemporary, and we’re proud that the brand new vary delivers this.”
Michael Crealey, shopping for supervisor at Tesco NI, added: “We have labored with TS Meals for over 20 years, and these munchie and supper packing containers will supply our customers one thing distinctive at a terrific worth level and are an thrilling new sub-category for us.”