3 MARCH 2014


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Article from BTNews 3 MARCH 2014

East Coast Trains

Currently nationalised East Coast Trains is proving to be aggressive with its marketing and progressive with what it offers to its customers.

Passengers travelling Standard Class with East Coast can now enjoy a healthy and greater selection of tasty treats as a refreshing new food and drinks service launches on board its services out of Kings Cross to Scotland, North East England, Yorkshire and the East Midlands.

New menus celebrating the best of British produce have gone on sale from the all-new Foodbar counter on each train.

Recently introduced on board, cooking equipment will be in use to offer passengers what the train operator calls “a menu on the move”, featuring fresh ingredients and products sourced from along the East Coast route.

New products including Asian-inspired beef noodles, fiery penne arrabbiata with a Mediterranean twist and Nescafé Azera coffee are on sale.  They are available alongside established favourites like the British ham and vintage Cheddar cheese toasties, bacon paninis and tasty porridge oats.  www.eastcoast.co.uk

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