Today mark’s the start of Love British Food Fortnight. A celebration of all those who make up the food and farming industry. To champion work-class food production, low food miles, supporting local food businesses within your own community and the importance of buying British. And so I had to write a piece for the meet the producer section showcasing an impressive potato and fresh produce business.
Ahead of Great British Beef week, which runs from 23rd – 30th April, I caught up with Ladies in Beef co-founder Jilly Greed to find out more about her own beef enterprise and what this year’s #GBBW22 focus is.
Recently Milly Fyfe caught up with Somerset Dairy Farmer Richard Calver who told the story about how cheese production came about at Westcombe
Derbyshire Dairy Farmers to appear on BBC Farmers Country Showdown programme, with a behind the scenes look on the farm as they prepare their pedigree Jersey Cows for Ashbourne Show
Today No Fuss Meals for Busy Parents caught up with Suffolk based company Musk’s sausages for a meet the producer focus
No Fuss Meals for Busy Parents founder Milly Fyfe recently caught up with a Kent based producer of cold pressed rapeseed oil
With elderflower currently in season, I just had to catch up with my old chums Kirsty and Matt Willmott who I’ve known for many years through the young farmers and run their own business called Manor Farm Drinks.
I caught up with the team at Grazers of Ashby recently and here is what they had to say… How long has Grazers of Ashby been in existence and what is your backstory?We established Grazers in May 2019 as a way of diversifying the family farm which has been operating in our beautiful South LeicestershireContinue reading “*MEET THE PRODUCER – GRAZERS OF ASHBY*”
I’ve known about Cote Hill cheese for some time having tasted samples at the Lincolnshire Show each year.
Cheshire based cheese makers Joseph Heler are situated on the family dairy named Laurels Farm.