Duffield farm shop Croots has created a special range of sausages to celebrate the upcoming football World Cup and to raise money for charity.
To cheer on the England team, the Bangerooney is returning to the shop’s sausage squad following its popularity four years ago when Croots ran a similar fund-raising effort for charity during the 2010 World Cup.
The Costa Rican, the Italian and the Uruguayan will also be added to the shop’s range in reference to the teams in England’s group D.
Ten per cent from the sale of each World Cup sausage will be donated to Derbyshire Children’s Holiday Centre. The charity was established in 1891 to give disadvantaged Derbyshire children holidays in Skegness, Lincolnshire, and currently provides 450 holiday places per season for boys and girls aged from eight to 14.
“We had a great response from our customers when we created special sausages to mark the World Cup in 2010 and raised more than £300 for a local charity,” said Croots Farm Shop owner Steve Croot.
“Our butchers have been experimenting once again and have designed some excellent flavours to celebrate the tournament this time round.”