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Agricultural Shows Hit by Coronavirus

The Royal Cornwall Show will not be held in June because of the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis. Organisers have postponed the event until September. The organisers said: “Following the government’s guidance press conference on 12th March, it is clear that COVID-19 will still be very active within our communities during June, so we feel it is […]

Expansion for Cornish Coffee

Cornish Coffee based in Redruth is meeting increased demand for hand roasted coffees by launching a new on-site roasting facility and additional roaster to increase production by 500 per cent. Established in 1985, Cornish Coffee supplies customers in the south west with 100 per cent Arabica coffees sourced from select farms around the world and […]

Warrens Bakery to Close St Just Production

Cornwall’s ‘oldest pasty maker’ has announced it is to close its factory in the town where the business began. Warrens Bakery said its operation in St Just was “no longer economically viable,” with the remote location a factor, and that the closure could lead to “significant” job losses. It is also consulting on the closure […]

Tarquin’s Gin In Tesco

Tarquin’s Gin, the signature brand of South Western Distillery based near Wadebridge, can now be bought in Tesco stores in Devon and Cornwall. As well as the award winning Tarquin’s Gin there is also an exclusive Rhubarb and Raspberry Gin on the supermarket’s shelves.

And The Winner Was…….

The innovation and quality of Cornish food producers was well reflected in the Cornwall Food and Farming Awards presented at the Royal Cornwall Show by leading Cornish food retailer and food economist Ruth Huxley. The award for Best New Product was won by Whalesborough Cheese for their outstanding Nanny Muffet goats’ cheese. There were joint […]