CRUMPET lovers can now keep their feet nice and toasty with a pair of slippers inspired by their favourite baked good.

Today, baking firm Warburtons launched their first item of clothing – the crumpet slipper – inspired by one of their most popular products.

The quirky design makes these the perfect gift for bakery lovers, with the warm, soft creations helping your troubles melt away.

All proceeds from the slippers will be donated to FareShare, the UK's largest charity fighting hunger and food waste.

Jonathan Warburton, Chairman at Warburtons says: “This year has been incredibly challenging for many families and communities across the country, both financially and from a health-perspective. That’s why we have worked hard to ensure we can feed the nation, both by getting product onto shelves but also by supporting food banks, community groups and breakfast clubs across the country.

“It was reflecting on this achievement that we realised we needed to find a festive way to finish the year, not only putting a smile on the faces of loved ones on Christmas Day, but also giving back to the loyal crumpet lovers who ensure we can donate as much as we have.

“As we enter some of the toughest months for those in need, FareShare’s incredible work fighting hunger was an obvious partner and we are proud to be able to donate all sale proceeds from the slippers to such a worthy cause.”

For every pair of slippers purchased, the equivalent of 64 meals will be donated to those most in need during this festive period; in total, the proceeds from the campaign will enable FareShare to distribute over 85,000 free meals.

The limited-edition items will set you back £19.99, and are available for shoe sizes 3-12.

Delivery fees of £3.99 are included in the price, meaning £16 of each sale will go to FareShare.

Linsay Boswell, CEO at the benefiting charity, says: “We are delighted that Warburtons have chosen to donate sales of their festive crumpet slippers to FareShare to help us feed families across the UK this winter.

“Getting good, nutritious food to vulnerable people has never been more vitally important than it is now, and this donation will make a big difference to the communities we support. Each pair of slippers sold will help FareShare provide 64 meals and we are so grateful to Warburtons for their support.”

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