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November 17, 2014

World’s leading flatbread & tortilla producers

Mission Foods is the world’s leading flatbread & tortilla producers, manufacturing all flatbreads and tortillas in a state of the art factory in Victoria. Mission Foods has become the supplier of choice through its strong commitment to the Foodservice industry. All products are made with the highest quality ingredients to ensure a consistent superior & authentic taste for all occasions. 

Mission Foods’ range of tortillas, wraps, corn products, pizza bases, salsas and flatbreads have been specifically developed for the Foodservice customer. Mission Corn Tortillas have an authentic Aztec flavor, made with our own Maseca corn flour. Mission Flour Tortillas come in a range of size, flavour and nutritional variants.  We have an extensive range of international breads including Pitas, Souvlaki, Indian and Lebanese.

Mission is excited to announce our new Gluten Free range with the launch of Gluten Free Pizza Bases and Gluten Free Portion Bread. Both products are quick, easy and convenient to prepare, plus they are portion controlled helping you save money. More consumers are cutting out gluten and looking for delicious Gluten Free alternatives. Keep an eye out for more exciting products to be added to this range
Mission Foods extensive range is ideal for Hotels, Restaurants, Cafes or Corporate Functions.

For further information visit www.missionfoods.com.au or contact Mission Foods on 1800 641 529.

 

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