Q. How can I purchase your products?
For Foodservice Professionals
A. Many of the products in our catalogue are available through DOT FOODS, Inc., a national foodservice redistributor. Please check our Dot-stocked list for the correct DOT item number. If you do not customarily order through DOT (or if you are not a distributor), please contact your Love and Quiches Desserts sales representative or call 1-800-525-5251 for assistance. Minimums may apply.
A. Love and Quiches Desserts is primarily a business-to-business company at this time. However, we are pleased to offer consumers a selection of our delicious, individually wrapped brownies by mail order. Please visit our MAIL ORDER page to view available products and to place an order. If you live in the Long Island, New York area, please do stop by our Factory Outlet Store in Freeport, where you will find a wide, ever-changing selection of delicious products available at outlet store prices. (See the Outlet Store page for directions and other important information.)
Q. How can I obtain a product brochure?
A. Individual product line information sheets, as well as a DOT-stocked items sheet, are available for download on the website [link to marketing 5.0]. You can also request a brochure from your Love and Quiches Desserts sales representative or by calling 1-800-525-5251.
Q. Is ALLERGEN information available on your products?
A. All products are manufactured on equipment that processes peanuts, tree nuts, milk, egg, wheat and soy ingredients. Individual product information can be obtained by calling 1-800-525-5251, or by sending an email to email@example.com. Please have the Love and Quiches Desserts item code number available.
Q. Is there trans fat in your products?
A. Love and Quiches Desserts does not use margarines or other fats that contain artificial trans fat.
Q. Are your products kosher?
A. All products are kosher dairy.
Q. Are your products Halal?
A. A select group of products for export are Halal. (Note, custom products can usually be made Halal provided the request is made at the onset of the developmental process.)