Hungry for more success
THE credit crunch has certainly not dimmed our appetite for good food, which means many companies serving up quality foods are seeing a surge in business. Among those doing well is Halsey s, the well-known and reputed delicatessen in Hitchin which was est
THE credit crunch has certainly not dimmed our appetite for good food, which means many companies serving up quality foods are seeing a surge in business.
Among those doing well is Halsey's, the well-known and reputed delicatessen in Hitchin which was established in 1852. The company has now branched out and opened a new shop at Woodside Farm in Luton.
Halsey's is very much a family business run by the dynamic husband and wife duo of Damian and Kirsty Caldwell who took over the business in 2006.
"We are really excited about the new shop opening and will be offering the best of local produce, fresh seasonal vegetables, local meat, and a wide range of delicatessen foods, all at affordable prices," said Mr Caldwell.
"We hope that our customers will find something for everyone, whether they are popping in for a pint of milk or selecting some cheese for a special occasion.
"Halsey's prides itself on good quality, service, and product knowledge. Our staff will be able to help you, from choosing the right cheese to carrying your shopping to the car.
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