A new North Devon Food Trail app has been launched, featuring over 100 eateries identified as ‘unmissable’ by local residents, plus some of Devon’s unique food producers. The app showcases the best independent food and drink businesses the region has to offer, giving visitors insider knowledge on the best places to eat.
The Food & Drink Devon Awards are the gold standard and celebrate the very best the county has to offer by recognising the most respected, influential and passionate artisan food and drink producers and establishments. Closing date for entries is Friday 20th April 2018.
Warrens, Cornwall’s oldest bakery, has launched a ‘Pasty Passport’ to celebrate their new limited-edition range.
A 20-year passion for craft beer and a love of the Fowey river in Cornwall, inspired owners Dom and Geoff to set up Fowey Brewery just 18-months ago.
Solkiki Chocolatemaker began in Dorset two years ago, with the aim of bringing a new type of chocolate to the UK. Believing the world has consumed one type of heavily-processed chocolate for a hundred years and that’s why it tastes bitter, Solkiki seek out cacao trees that are hard to grow and low yielding but taste great and don’t need to be heavily processed.
In 2005 Alex Shapland, his wife Jayne, daughter Nicola and then husband-to-be Andy Soden started making chocolate from a factory on their farm, to sell in their family-run food and drink store in Wadebridge