Gloucestershire porridge maker signs new deal with major airline

Wolfy's porridge, which is made by Stroud-based Kitchen Garden Foods, will be available to tuck into on easyJet flights from November 2023, as the company signs its second major airline deal.

By Chloe Gorman  |  Published
Stroud-based Kitchen Garden Foods has signed a new deal that will put Wolfy's porridge pots on all easyJet flights from November 2023.

Stroud-based Wolfy's has signed its second deal with a major airline, taking its porridge pots to new heights. 

An initial 'flight test' is currently taking place, with plans to make Wolfy's Protein Boosted porridge pots available on all easyJet flights from November 2023.

EasyJet is the second airline where customers can find Wolfy's porridge, after British Airways started selling the products in summer 2021. 

Kitchen Garden Foods director, James Horwood, said: 'This is a really, really, exciting deal for our Wolfy’s brand — the fact easyJet are now taking our products is a real testament to the quality of the product — it’s fantastic for our small, Stroud-based company.

'We launched Wolfy’s pretty much 10 years ago to the day and since then the brand has seen remarkable growth with listing across GWR trains, Waitrose, Ocado, Coop, hundreds of indie outlets, British Airways and now, easyJet.'

Combined with sister business Kitchen Garden Foods, the two companies employ 15 staff at Salmon Springs in Stroud.

The brands, which both make products by hand in small batches using only natural ingredients, also have over 100 awards between them and products in over 1,000 outlets across the world. 

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