Make room for the most luxurious spuds yet – Asda’s NEW Wagyu Beef Dripping Potatoes
Leeds, UK, 2017-Nov-09 — /EPR Retail News/ — Just when you thought peak potato perfection had been reached with goose fat potatoes, Asda has raised its spud game to divine ranks. Introducing the most indulgent, luxurious and mouth-watering spuds yet – Extra Special Wagyu Beef Dripping Roast Potatoes –providing Brits with tantalising taties to accompany their Christmas meal.
With a crisp golden outer and light, fluffy inner, the potatoes are coated in rich, juicy wagyu beef dripping from the most premium cattle reared in Scotland, where the rearing and feeding method follows tried-and-tested guidelines to make tender, buttery beef. The wagyu coating, paired with King Edward Potatoes expertly grown by fourth-generation farmers in Lincolnshire, gives a sumptuous, heavenly burst of flavour with every mouthful.
An Asda spokesperson comments: “No Christmas dinner is complete without golden roasties, and this year we want to make them extra special by pairing them with the holy grail of indulgence; wagyu beef dripping. You’ll be sure to impress your guests and have them begging for seconds with these scrumptious spuds!”
Asda’s Extra Special Wagyu Beef Dripping Roast Potatoes are available from 4th November nationwide for under £1.70.
About Asda Stores Ltd.
Founded in the 1960s in Yorkshire, Asda is one of Britain’s leading retailers and helps customers save money and live better in stores, online and through their mobile devices.
Each week more than 18 million customers visit its 645 stores – including 30 Supercentres, 392 Superstores, 155 Supermarkets, 33 Asda Living stores, and 35 standalone petrol stations – and websites, and are served by 153,000 colleagues. www.asda.com and www.george.com deliver to 99% of the UK’s homes and to its 538 click and collect sites across the UK.
Its main office is in Leeds, Yorkshire and its George clothing division is in Lutterworth, Leicestershire. Asda joined Walmart, the world’s number one retailer, in 1999.