Gail's Hot Cross Buns - apparently delicious
by Newsdesk - Friday March 12, 2010 4:20 am
You leave the office for half an hour and when you come back you're told there's been a delivery of Gail's Hot Cross buns in your absence. You ask where they are and everyone stares resolutely at their screens while discreetly brushing crumbs off their keyboard. Is this a sackable offence? It should be.
GAIL’s pride themselves on delivering delicious and wholesome seasonal produce and their Easter hot cross buns are apparenently no exception. Their sweet and spicy buns are made withf mixed peel, dried cranberries, currants and sultanas.
Available individually for £1.15 or ask one of GAIL’s friendly staff to pack up a box for you to share!
All GAIL’s products are completely free from preservatives, artificial colours and flavourings
GAIL’s opened their doors in 2005 on Hampstead High Street and since then has been busy opening in St John’s Wood, Notting Hill and Battersea. Queen’s Park locals will be very happy to hear that GAIL’s has just joined the neighbourhood! For those not near a GAIL’s shop, you can find GAIL’s products at 32 Waitrose locations in London, Ocado (www.ocado.com) the national online grocer and Harvey Nichols.