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March 20 2017

Fredricks Fine Foods and The Corn Hall Diss

John and Juliette Atkinson of Fredricks Fine Foods are excited to be working with the Corn Hall in developing Fredricks at the Corn Hall, a cafe serving vibrant, fresh and local food throughout the day and at evening events. Menus will change from week to week and will concentrate on seasonal flavours, and the cafe will also offer a range of home made cakes and light snacks. The essence of our food is simple dishes using the freshest ingredients from the best local suppliers. The shop, Fredricks Fine Foods, located in the heart of the Heritage Triangle in Norfolk House Yard, has a reputation for offering the highest quality delicatessen ingredients as well as a wide range of foods cooked on the premises to take away and a thriving outside catering business. - See more at:

Oct 16 2016


Sunday 16th October 11am - 3pm 2016

Fredricks Fine Foods will be hosting a Sunday Brunch at The Boilerhouse, Cobbs Yard, Diss. To celebrate the Diss & Harleston Food & Drink Festival.
Sunday brunch is the best way of easing into a special Sunday and Fredricks will pamper you and show how its done in style, from your own personalised menu to superb front of house staff. Fredricks have built up a reputation for excellence over the years, and owners John and Juliette will serve up their delicious goodies with panache and imagination.

Great value at £25.00 a head, so booking is essential on 01379 652594 or email

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Artist’s portrait honours chef

A Norfolk entrepreneur and artist has created a portrait of the chef whose delicatessen he purchased, in appreciation of the work he has done. John Atkinson, of Burston, who runs Fredrick’s Fine Foods in Diss with his wife Juliette, said he felt it was fitting to produce a painting of the Michelin starred chef Freddie Jones, from whom he bought the business.
Mr Atkinson said: "Freddie established this business in 2007 and quickly developed a loyal following from gourmet food lovers. "It was my way of showing some appreciation of his unique, catering service."