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Booker extends locked down prices sale for pubs and caterers

By Ellie Bothwell , 14-Jan-2013

Related topics: Pub Food

Booker’s Prices Locked Down campaign to sell cheap produce has been extended until 19 February.

Booker: prices locked down until 19 January

Booker: prices locked down until 19 January

The UK’s leading wholesaler will be selling fresh meat, dairy, groceries and alcohol at low prices to chefs and caterers for longer.

Offers include chef’s larder five bone rib of beef for £5.99 per kg, chef’s larder chunky chips for £1.99 for £2.27kg and a Stella Artois 11 gallon keg for £85.  

Stuart Hyslop, sales director of catering at Booker, said: “Our Prices Locked Down campaign continues to gather momentum and is an important reason why more caterers are choosing to shop at Booker.

“Our customers have told us that through continuing with these consistent low prices we are adding stability to their business during this uncertain time with the economy.  January is a tough time for caterers and Booker’s commitment to locking down prices allows our customers to plan their menus with confidence.”

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