Irwin’s takes Softee touch

first_imgNorthern Irish-bakery Irwin’s has launched a new sliced white pan – Irwin’s Softee – in order to capitalise on the renewed growth in sliced white bread.It is packaged in a traditional wax wrapper and contains double the standard amount of Canadian wheat flour, which creates the softness, says the company.”The authentic wax wrapper intends to offer customers a little bit of everyday luxury. But what really sets this product apart from competitors is its exceptional softness and ’bounce-backability’,” commented commercial controller Michael Murphy (pictured).”Until the 12th of July Irwin’s Softee is available at a special two loaves for £2 price in Tesco stores,” he added.It is available in major Northern Irish retailers, including: Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Costcutter, Mace, SuperValu and Dunnes. read more

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Center 615 to become boat manufacturing plant

first_img Facebook WhatsApp WhatsApp Center 615 to become boat manufacturing plant Google+ IndianaLocalNews By Jon Zimney – March 7, 2021 2 310 Facebook Pinterest Twitter (Photo supplied/Bennington Boats) An Elkhart event center is now home to a new boat manufacturing plant.Bennington Boats is leasing the building previously known as Center Six-One-Five on County Road 15.They plan to begin pontoon boat production is soon and need to fill 75 job openings. The owner of Center Six-One-Five tells The Elkhart Truth they decided to close the event center due to the pandemic.Center-Six-One-Five opened in 2017 and hosted countless business and trade events, weddings and even 95-3 MNC’s Noise in 2018 and 2019. Google+ Twitter Pinterest Previous articleConvicted child molester in trouble for allegedly sending profane letters to courtNext articlePortable skate park coming to Mishawaka this summer Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney.last_img read more

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