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Tom's Pies have secured a stand at London's Hyde Park event
Riverford Organic Farms named Retailer of the Year at the 2013 Observer Ethical Awards
The village of Shaldon has been recognised as a champion Love the Flavour village.....
South Devon Chilli Farm has teamed up with Bell & Loxton's.....
Burrow Farm opened a second shop at Taverners Farm.
Pub and restaurant’s idyllic live larder takes local sourcing a step further
Did you know that the chilli harvesting season in the UK takes place from June to October?
Love Local Food On-line Shopping..
An elite team of chefs from the University of Exeter have won awards in The University Caterers Organisation (TUCO) Chefs Competition 2013
Men ... step away from the barbecue, it's time to learn to cook in a wood fired oven
Tom's Pies are celebrating recent awards
Sharpham Vineyard wins Silver and two Bronze medals in the world’s biggest global wine competition
Salcombe’s South Sands Beach has been awarded the Blue Flag award for the third year running, despite tough new EU standards.
Food & Drink Devon members took all the top accolades for ice cream at Devon County Show this year.
Helpful Holidays Takes Top Place in Which? Holiday Cottage Customer Satisfaction Survey for the second year in succession
Businesses from across Devon are being reminded that they have just a few weeks left to enter the 2013 Food & Drink Devon Awards.
The Food & Drink Devon Awards are back to celebrate the very best Devon has to offer.
The Food Plymouth Expo, an exciting new Plymouth trade show, is on at the Plymouth Guildhall this Wednesday 27th March, with over 60 food producers and support organisations exhibiting; including fresh fish, meat, pasties, fruit and veg, along with a range of other innovative and tasty local food products. Organisers are expecting around 250 visitors, amongst them many of the region’s leading restaurants and hotels, along with other key food buyers from within the city, including those from Plymouth’s schools, colleges and University.
A campaign promoting Devon’s best restaurants and leading food and drink producers is returning for a second year running, with a month-long series of events being planned for June.
Exeter University Students’ Guild is celebrating all the great produce which comes from in and around the county during the week of 11 March by hosting a ‘Devon Week’.