Wyke Farms have further invested into their ‘100% Green’ sustainability plan, with a new 65kw solar array, positioned on their new cheese storage dispatch building at their Wincanton site.
Archives for September 2020
South West News
The Food WorksSW is a purpose-built food and drink innovation centre, located on the outskirts of Weston-super-Mare, to support food and drink businesses across the South West
The new Taste of the West Trade Directory is full of products from the best producers in the South West, all with fantastic stories and top quality products.
Last week Jolly’s launched their new range of premium craft mixers and soft drinks and you may be wondering why they chose aluminium cans instead of glass.
D&D London has announced the name and opening date of its first restaurant in the South West. Klosterhaus will open on Friday 2nd October in Quakers Friars, an 18th-century grade-I listed building, near Cabots Circus shopping centre in Bristol.
Property specialists Stonesmith are delighted to be marketing the sale of The Harbourside Café.
Will the Government’s latest “dose of medicine” to keep Covid at bay actually work – or will it simply succeed in killing off the patient?
Porthilly Spirit Distillery has won a two-star Great Taste award for its Cornish Coastal Gin.
Following 14 weeks of judging, the results of the world’s most trusted food and drink awards, Great Taste, have been released, with many producers in the South West now celebrating.
Fourth generation cider maker Thatchers has introduced its Thatchers Rosé on draught for the first time.
St Austell Brewery has released a limited-edition English IPA, exclusively for Cask Ale Week
Following a decade of planning and many moons in the barrels, the very first expressions of Dartmoor Whisky have now been released
‘New London Light’ (NLL) is a critically acclaimed, bold and refreshing non-alcoholic spirit setting a brave new standard in taste for low and no alcohol
The National Trust has welcomed its five millionth visit to its houses and gardens, as it opens even more of its historic places to the public this week.
Following the success of the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, Devizes-based brewer and pub operator Wadworth has introduced its own version of the scheme for September.
The South West-based burger restaurant group Hubbox is planning to return to its openings programme after reporting a 34% sales increase in August compared to the same month last year.