November 20, 2017

Herald ‘lights’ up the market with its extensive candle range

Quality disposables manufacturer and supplier, Herald, has extended its high quality candle range to meet an increase in demand for both taper dinner candles and tealights. The company’s complete range now includes a selection of slow burning tealights, various sizes of pillar and cartridge candles and a wide choice of taper dinner candle and bistro table candle colours, to suit all tastes and décor.

Herald is making use of its increased warehouse space to store the expanded range of candles and auxiliary items, such as liquid fuel candle cartridges, chafing gel and DEG liquid fuel. Managing director of Herald, Yogesh Patel, comments: “Sales of candles always go up in the colder, darker months but this is the first year that we’ve been able to anticipate demand and stock ahead, thanks to our increased capacity.

“Having significantly added to the range, we are pleased to provide our customers with a greater choice and yet another reason for those operating in the hotel, pub, bar, restaurant and catering sectors to consider Herald as the supplier that meets all of their needs.”

The disposables specialist is focusing on producing a robust line of catering products, including more goods that it will manufacture itself as the UK inches closer to Brexit and products from China continue to increase in price. It aims to provide a valid, cheaper alternative to other catering disposables and packaging that is on the market, while maintaining a quality and standard that will ensure repeat business from its growing customer base.

Besides adding to its manufacturing capability, recent inward investment has meant that the company has been able to purchase extra storage space. This space has enabled Herald to automatically extend its product range, with the company initially growing its choice of seasonal and most popular goods, including candles and other catering items.

With over 30 years since its inception and a member of the Foodservice Packaging Association, Herald has been careful not to sacrifice quality for price and adheres to a standard, refusing to stock products that fall below a certain grade in order to protect its reputation and its customers’ expectation.

For further information on Herald and its products, visit www.heraldplastic.com or call 0208 507 7900.