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
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
As the 2020 harvest begins, Lyme Bay Winery announces its red wine plans with 30 tonnes of pinot noir grapes arriving at the beginning of October
The beloved Wareham Forest pub, the Silent Woman, finally reopened under new management on 26th September after six months of closure due to lockdown
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?
Plans have been submitted for the redevelopment of Crown Walk in the centre of Taunton.
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.
Hoteliers in Bristol say more Government support is urgently needed to protect the long-term future of their businesses in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Bristol’s first dedicated fermented food shop, Every Good Thing, is the latest exciting new addition to join Wapping Wharf
A beach venue in Cornwall is creating a new covered seating area to run a series of firepit events for autumn and winter.
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
Having already been presented with over 100 awards for fine chocolate, Dorset-based bean-to-bar chocolate-maker Solkiki has been awarded a fresh gold medal in this year’s Taste of the West Awards.
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.
Cornish soft drinks company Jolly’s, launch their new canned Cornish Tonic Water.
One of the UK’s biggest county competitions celebrating local food and drink has been forced to undergo changes this year for obvious reasons – but in the fertile and highly productive county of Devon, it remains the case that “the show must go on”