Wensleydale Creamery steps into Waitrose

The Wensleydale Creamery located in the Yorkshire Dales National Park at Hawes, has secured a sales of its Jervaulx blue cheese after signing a contract with Waitrose the supermarket chain. The contract will see the cheese pre-packaged and delivered to 177 Waitrose stores across the nation and to another 176 of the delicatessens at the […]

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British Cheese Board’s top award

The British Cheese Board has given Christine Ashby with its most valued award this year at the Bath & West Cheese Industry Award show. The award, which is given out on an annual basis, recognizes those that have made notable contributions to the UK cheese industry in terms of marketing, production, training, and research. It […]

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Welsh anger over displaying of food hygiene scores

Consumer anger among customers concerned and disappointed that takeaway and restaurant businesses will not be required to show customers their food hygiene score after the South Wales E.coli outbreak. The disappointment was measured by a Food Standards Agency consumer survey, which looked at the controversial decision that would allow cafes, shops, takeaways, and restaurants to […]

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Truly British, Truly Local food sourcing

The Millennium Stadium is the setting for a campaign for Truly British, Truly Local food sourcing, which was launched last year by the Compass Group UK and Ireland, the stadium’s catering partner, and the famous British chef Gary Rhodes, is going to put Wales on the menu in a big way. Head chef for the […]

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Blackpool food guide

The Lancashire and Blackpool Tourist Board (LTTB) has published it largest Lancashire Food & Drink Guide which will be offered to the public for free via a request from the LTTB’s website (www.visitlancashire.com) and the Visitor Information Centres. The guide features a collection of reviews on 147 accredited restaurants and cafes as well as offering […]

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Bigger and better East Lanc’s food festival

The East Lancashire food festival this year is billed as larger and even better than ever, according to the organizers of the annual event. Organizers are busy adding the last touches to the fifth annual festival that will take place from August 8th to September 18th across the region after pledging will be much larger […]

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South Downs Beer & Cider Festival

According to Festival Organiser, Peter Coppard, this year the only growth section of the beer market pertained to real ale, and as such seventy beers will be available alongside ciders, bottled British beers, and country wines at the South Downs Beer & Cider Festival. Also available for those who get hungry at the event will […]

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New 200 year old Norfolk cheese

Sounding like something out of an over the top buttery TV advert, the newest cheese to hit the shops will be made inside an old windmill, and this Wensleydale-like creamy cheese will be named Norfolk Charm. The cheese will be and produced at Bircham Mill, which is located between Heacham and Fakenham in Norfolk and […]

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