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Mission in your kitchen FAQs
At Mission we want you to get the most from our products. So, we’ve put together a list of tips and advice that’ll help you really enjoy our Deli Wraps, Mexican and Flatbread ranges.
Are Mission Deli Wraps available internationally?
Mission Foods sell branded wraps all over the US, but Deli Wraps are only available in the UK at present.
Are Mission products suitable for vegetarians and vegans?
Yes! All Mission products from wraps to breads, from salsas to chips are suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Can you freeze Mission Deli Wraps and other Mission products?
Yes you can freeze Mission Deli Wraps and other Mission products. Please freeze within date and defrost full pack at an ambient temperature. For wraps, once fully defrosted, give the pack a wiggle to help separate wraps.
Do Mission support any charities?
Mission are members of Business in the Community, meaning we work at improving our local community and are committed to creating a positive impact on society. Click on the link www.bitc.org.uk to find out more. Our staff have also taken part in various sponsorship events such as the Great North Run for Leukaemia research and abseiling for RNIB.
How do you make a Mission wrap?
The flour and all minor ingredients are mixed together and water is added to form a dough. This dough is then weighed into pieces by a machine and shaped to form dough balls. The dough balls are pressed between 2 plates to form the wrap, and then baked in the oven, counted, and stacked into piles ready for packing into our resealable film.
Is a wrap healthy?
Mission Deli Wraps have the same fat content as two slices of bread, but are often perceived as the healthier option as they don’t need to be buttered and can be filled with as much healthy filling (such as salad) as you like. They are also seen to be less stodgy and don’t contain yeast so they don’t leave you feeling bloated.
What are the ideal storage conditions for wraps and breads?
A cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.
What does the phrase "packaged in a protective atmosphere" mean on a Mission pack?
This means that the oxygen has been removed from the pack to help keep them fresher for longer.
What else can I do with a wrap apart from wrap it?
Wraps are one of the most versatile foods on the market, whether eaten hot, cold, sweet, savoury, spicy. You can eat them for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert or even kids' lunchboxes and you can fold it exactly as you please.
Where can I buy Mission products?
Mission Deli Wraps are currently available in Tesco, ASDA, Morrisons, Co-op, Sainsbury’s, Nisa. To find out which stores you can find our other Mission products, please visit our Where to buy page.
Why should I buy Mission instead of another brand or own label?
Research has shown that consumers prefer the taste, texture and size of Mission Deli Wraps over other brands. They also have a unique resealable pack so they can be stored in the cupboard for longer, as well as the ideal number of 8 in a pack.
Do you have to heat a wrap up to use it?
It’s entirely up to you! It can be eaten straight from the pack or warmed to give it a softer texture.