Big Pot Company Ltd

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Established in 2009 by Alison Seaney, Big Pot Co is located at Cookstown in County Tyrone and is focused on creating nutritious, healthy and gourmet soups and meals.

The company currently supplies five varieties of retail soup (Chunky Vegetable Broth, Chicken & Vegetable, Cream of Chicken, Cream of Tomato and Potato & Leek) to a range of stores across Northern Ireland including Tesco and Spar.

In addition, Big Pot Co launched a brand new range of meal pots in 2019 in three flavours (Butternut Squash & Chipotle Bean, Chickpea Curry and Sweet Potato, Red Lentil & Spinach).

In addition to retail products, Big Pot Co produces a range of fresh hand-made soups, sauces and stews in five litre pots for foodservice customers such as Kerry Foodservice and other deli and coffee shops.

FOODSERVICE: Big Pot Co have a range of deliciously satisfying options which are suitable for all times of the year and ideal for operators that want to rotate their soups on a daily basis. The range is conveniently packed in re–sealable containers (5lt) for foodservice which means there is no need to heat all at once.
Flexible, innovative and able to deliver locally produced soups to exacting customer requirements.

Chunky Vegetable Broth
Classic Chicken & Vegetable
Classic Cream of Chicken
Classic Cream of Tomato
Punchy Potato & Leek
(All soups are gluten free except Vegetable Broth, which contains barley)
Meal Pots (Vegan Friendly):
Butternut Squash & Chipotle Bean
Chickpea Curry
Sweet Potato
Red Lentil & Spinach
Our retail range is distributed via Fresh2U (Newry).

Current customers include Tesco NI, Dunnes NI, Spar, EuroSpar

Awards held

  • Great Taste Awards 2020: One Gold Star for Big Pot Co Sweet Potato, Red Lntil & Spinach

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