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Scottish free-from bakery brand Lazy Day has launched a range of single-serve, individually wrapped traybake-style treats aimed at food-to-go retailers and the wider foodservice market.

The range includes:

  • Rocky Road
  • Millionaire’s Shortbread
  • Chocolate Tiffin
  • Chocolate Orange Tiffin
  • Fruit Cake Slices
  • Scottish Shortbread
  • Golden Syrup Oaties
  • Choc Chip Shortbread (Gold Medal, Free From Food Awards)

All are available now in cases of 12 x 50g units with a recommended wholesale price from £18 per case and individual RSPs from £2.50 to £3.50.

Stockists include Brakes, Green City, House of Bruar, The Vegan Store, Cocoon, Highland Wholesale Co-op, Monguntia, The Taste Merchants, Thomas Franks, Williamson, Brambles, Food Options, Cress, Suma, CLF, Mintons, and Lomond.

Founded in 2006, Lazy Day produces an array of award-winning, high-quality free-from and vegan treats that include cakes, biscuits and traybakes – hand baked in its dedicated gluten-free, milk-free and egg-free Harthill bakery.

Designed to make it easier for businesses to cater to customers with food allergies, the traybakes boast an extended shelf life of six to nine months and are ideal for people with specific dietary needs while still tempting for all customers.

Lazy Day co-founder, Dr Sally Beattie, commented: “The new designs of our inclusive treats have brought a real warmth and personality to our products, which seem to have resonated well with not only our existing and loyal customer base, but with new consumers too, resulting in vastly increased sales.”