Pots & Co secures listing with major UK supermarket, Co-op

Pots & Co, the premium pudding brand, has announced a new listing with over 100 Co-op stores nationwide.

The Salted Caramel & Chocolate Ganache Little Pot is now available in the high street supermarket as part of the Co-Ops £3.50 meal deal. Handmade with double cream, Cornish sea salt and cocoa grown on the Pots & Co sustainable farm in Colombia, the Little Pot provides Co-op customers with a delicious indulgence to round off their meal.  

Pots & Co’s full range of exceptional chilled Little and Ceramic Pots are already stocked in an extensive list of major high-street names, such as Waitrose, Sainsburys, Tesco, as well recent addition to the line-up, Morrisons.

Julian Dyer, founder of Pots & Co said “We all love a sweet treat at lunchtime, so we’re delighted that we are now a permanent addition to the Co-op meal deal. Our full-size Salted Caramel & Chocolate puddings is a bestseller throughout the UK, and now Co-op customers can enjoy our smaller-sized on-the-go little pot version

2019 is shaping up to an exciting year for us as we launch several new puddings and secure more listing wins. Our mission to create exceptional, table-ready, restaurant quality puddings that you can enjoy at home is clearly resonating with consumers.”

Pots & Co was founded in 2013 after Julian Dyer visited a lemon posset factory where no fresh lemons were used in the cooking process, and decided to bring proper puddings to consumers. This is why each Pots & Co pudding is steam-baked in their individual pots in their London kitchen, free from additives or preservatives, to ensure restaurant-quality flavour in each pot. Pots & Co also have an ongoing relationship with The Chocolate Dream, who support farmers and their communities in Colombia, to make sure the cocoa which is used in the new Co-op pudding, is grown as fairly and sustainably as possible.

The meal deal is now available in 106 Co-Op stores nationwide, and the pudding can also be bought for an individual price of £1.