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    Biscuit Commission for Charnwood

    At the Isle of Wight Biscuit Company we love it when we asked for special requests, and the lovely folk over at Charnwood approached us, to see if we could supply our drums of Farmhouse Cookies, for them to personalise and send to their own customers. Of course we said yes! They are being sent out to the Charnwood customers and will go as far as Japan and South Africa! Word is

    Published 12:35 on 12 Dec 2016

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    New look for Butter Crunch

    New look to the Butter Crunch range

    Published 16:25 on 20 Jun 2016

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    We are going nuts for the Isle of Wight Red Squirrel Trust!

    The Isle of Wight Biscuit Company, based at Mackett's Farm in Hale Common, has supported the Isle of Wight Red Squirrel Trust for over 10 years. Each year the Isle of Wight Biscuit company donate 10p per box sold of their popular Red Squirrel Ginger biscuits and the donation for the past year was for £400. The cheque was presented to Helen Butler at the Red Squirrel shop in Ryde by Kelly Heselton from

    Published 16:03 on 15 Feb 2016

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    Crumbs! Success at The Cowes Food Show

    The Isle of Wight Biscuit Company were delighted to attend the annual Red Funnel Cowes Food Show at Cowes Yacht Haven on the 19th & 20th December. The 2 day event was hailed a great success with thousands of visitors over the weekend. We were in good company with other island producers and there were food demonstrations across the day from Isle of Wight chef's. Our garlic rye crackers were really popular and it was

    Published 12:43 on 11 Jan 2016

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    Isle of Wight Biscuit Van has a makeover

    The Isle of Wight Biscuit company vehicle has had a makeover thank you to our friends at The Sign Company. Now when we are out and about delivering our products we are easy identifiable. It took a while to decide on what to add on to the van and in the end we decided what better way to promote the company then showing what our biscuits actually look like. Hopefully people will see these large

    Published 10:16 on 24 Sep 2015

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    Isle of Wight Biscuit Company ​Attends Royal County Show

    We have attended our first summer show of 2015 The Royal County Show. We were delighted to be part of the show which was busy all day and for us to showcase our new branding. We had our full product range for sale and bite-size tasters for customers to try. Our farmhouse cookies and our ryes were firm favourites. It was great to meet new and existing customers and to see people enjoying our products,

    Published 10:32 on 30 Jun 2015

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    New look for Isle Of Wight Biscuit Company

    The Isle of Wight Biscuit Company, based at Mackett's Farm in Newchurch, has a long history of baking and a brand new look. Jenny, David and the team have been producing biscuits "baked in the heart of the Isle of Wight countryside" for over 20 years. Now their sweet and savoury product ranges have a new look and a new logo, across all of their packaging and point of sale literature. The

    Published 14:13 on 12 May 2015

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    Isle of Wight Shortbread made with pure butter

    This is our original recipe and has been baked here for many years. It is the most delicious melt in the mouth shortbread we have ever come across. As it is so nice, we decided to introduce three new flavours, Cherry (memories of childhood Summers), Cinnamon (a tantalising hint of spice) and Chocolate chip (has decadence written all over it). The biscuit itself is made with pure butter and lovers of a buttery taste will

    Published 12:56 on 9 Mar 2015

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    Our Farmhouse Cookie range

    The farmhouse cookie range has a very special taste, which has to be experienced to be fully appreciated.

    Published 16:30 on 24 Nov 2014

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    Have you tried our Nutritious Farmhouse Ryes?

    Our octagonal wafer thin rye biscuits are particularly suited to eat with good quality cheese. They are made from rye flour which gives them the rich dark colour. Because it is difficult to separacte the germ and bran from the endosperm of rye, rye flour retains a large quantity of nutrients. Rye grain inherently has a much reduced level of gluten and is an excellent source of fibre. We make them in a variety of

    Published 15:25 on 24 Nov 2014

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