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Posted: January 1, 2015

We were recently featured in an article for The Grocer, take a look at the content from the article below!

A business consultant who has launched what he says is the UK’s first ketchup with no added sugar is among a group of entrepreneurs who have benefited from being part of the retail food incubator Kitchen Table Projects (KTP).

The business support initiative for food and drink starts-ups is operating a pop-up shop in Great Portland Street in central London, which opened in October and continues until 27th December – one of a range of services aimed at helping young businesses get off the ground.

Among the brand available to buy at the shop is Stoffell’s, founded last year by Tony Peck, and named after his great uncle Claude Stoffell, a well-known grocer in Bath in the first half of the 20th century.

Peck produces a range of sauces including ketchup, brown sauce and BBQ sauce (all rsp: £3/250g), which are sweetened only with stevia. Although similar products are available in other countries, Peck said he has been unable to find another in the UK.