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Impress Sandwiches


Units 6-7 Orbital Industrial Estate 
Horton Road 
West Drayton 

Contact Name: Stephen Buss

Phone: 01895 440123

Fax: 01895 441123

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About Us
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Impress Sandwiches is a family business with a premium point of difference. We produce and supply a range of tasty fresh foods-to-go tailored to meet today’s consumer needs. A blend of traditional favourites and new recipe ideas, we manufacture an inspired extensive range of hand-made and hand-cut foods-to-go including:

  • Freshly prepared sandwiches in No Frills, Classic and Premium-Fill ranges
  • No Frills, Deli & Sub Rolls
  • Café Bloomers
  • Tortilla Wraps
  • Hot Eats including Paninis, Toasties and Ciabattas
  • Salads
  • Hospitality Platters
  • Vegetable & Protein Pots and other foods-to-go

We use high quality ingredients – British where possible – of known provenance and have eye-catching packaging ideas with real shelf presence.

We are proud to supply to a varied and exciting customer base including Airlines and Travel, Retail, Event Catering, Sports Arenas, Concert Venues, Business & Industry and Bespoke Events.

We are based close to Heathrow Airport in West Drayton and focusing on London and the south east, we can distribute anywhere in the country and are always happy to discuss any requirement to see if we can help.  We are family owned and run, and offer timely reliable service with a smile. If you order from us we won’t let you down.

  • Full product range
  • Traditional favourites, new recipe ideas and dietary specials too
  • Loved since 1989
  • BRC Accredited – AA rating (2017-18)
  • BSA member over 10 years (2017)
  • Made in West London
  • Own delivery fleet of fully tracked new branded vehicles (Dec 17)