August sees quite a few changes on the Food From Cornwall website. New listings include Curds and Croust (cheesemakers); Sweet P (confectionery); Tam’s Pantry (cakes); Wasted Apple Co (cider). There are updates on Cornish Food Box Company; Made In Cornwall; Northcoast Cider; Tamar Grow Local and Treway Farm Cornish Turkeys plus the MIC Christmas Fair […]
The Helford River Duchy Oyster Farm will close next year following more than a decade of operation. The Duchy of Cornwall announced that it will be closing the Oyster Farm, run by Wright Brothers, which has operated in Port Navas since 2005, in 2017. According to the Duchy, talks about the future of the oyster […]
A new range of four soft cheeses has been launched under the name “Curds and Croust.” The cheeses are made by Martin Gaylard employing traditional artisan methods and using Cornish milk from Rodda’s dairy. The cheeses are a creamy Brie style cheese, a rich bold Camembert, an earthy truffle Brie, and a full flavour cider-washed Brie […]
As part of Truro’s controversial Eastern District Centre, a new store selling only Cornish food and drink is to sit alongside national retailer Waitrose.
To celebrate the arrival of Spring, Primrose Herd are offering online customers a 10% discount on all orders throughout March. You can enjoy their award winning sausages, bacon, pork cuts, hog’s pudding, gammon and ham delivered direct to your door. Delivery is just £5 to UK mainland addresses or free for orders over £100. The discount […]
Warren’s Bakery, the world’s oldest Cornish pasty maker, has been voted top pasty producer in polls carried out by Pirate FM and by The Cornishman newspaper. Warren’s were established way back in 1860, crafting their Cornish pasties to a traditional recipe handed down through the generations. All pasties are still hand crimped with different crimping […]