THE Glastonbury Festival is littered with exotic foods for revellers to try – from goat curry to Chinese and Indian food.
However, for those with a more basic taste, the humble cheese and pickle sandwich has been given a Glasto makeover.
Fresh on the heels of the Worthy Farm cheddar cheese being unveiled, the Co-op has now added a Worthy Farm cheese and pickle sandwich to its shelves.
The Co-op Worthy Farm Reserve Cheddar & Pickle sandwich (£2.10 / 154g) uses the same smooth and moreish cheese, created using milk from the dairy herd that are fortunate to call the famous Glastonbury Festival site their home.
As part of the launch promotion, there is an amazing opportunity every month for Co-op members and customers to win tickets to the next Glastonbury Festival.
This exciting monthly competition will be highlighted in-store by a special on-pack promotion.
Kate Addison, food-to-go product developer at Co-op, said: “We’re so proud to continue to support British farmers and producers in the making of this limited-edition sandwich.
“Sitting in our new fibre-enriched bread, the Cheddar is aged under wood for six months, delivering a mature rounded flavour with a hint of sweetness, that melts to give a lasting, creamy flavour.”
The Co-op Worthy Farm Reserve Cheddar & Pickle sandwich will be available nationwide from March 10 to purchase singly or as part of Co-op’s popular £3.50 lunchtime meal deal.