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Ginsters Partnership Announced

9 August 2019

Ahead of the new season, Bristol Rovers are delighted to announce that Ginsters of Cornwall – the nation’s favourite pasty maker – will be coming on board as our new pasty supplier.

Ginsters partnership with the club includes a significant investment into the infrastructure and cooking process at the stadium to assist with service and product quality.

This change comes following a recent club survey in which supporters fed back the requirement for better quality food at the stadium and improvements to the cooking of the products sold. The changes proposed through this partnership aim to address these areas of feedback.

All Ginsters Cornish Pasties and Sausage Rolls are made using 100% Red Tractor, British farm-assured beef and pork, and vegetables sourced locally as much as possible within Cornwall.

Ginsters will be offering all season ticket holders a free pasty at the Oxford game.  More information as to how season ticket holders can claim this offer will be made available through our official site in due course.

Ginsters will be supplemented in the kiosks by the continued supply of Piglets pantry products.

Bristol Rovers Head of Catering, Andy Lilley said: “We are delighted to bring a national brand like Ginsters on board. The investment into the infrastructure will undoubtedly improve our ability to provide the best possible service to our supporters on a matchday.”

Ginsters Managing Director, Kieran Hemsworth, said: “We’re big sports fans at Ginsters so it’s amazing to serve our famous hand-crimped Cornish Pasties and Sausage Rolls to Bristol Rovers fans as part of our all-new partnership with one of the South West’s biggest football clubs. It marks a further milestone in the 50-year history of our business.”

Everyone at the club would like to thank Proper Cornish, our former long-standing supplier, for their support over the years and we wish them all the best in their future endeavours.

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