Salcombe Brewery Co. announces that, following a major investment in its brewing and packaging facilities at a new additional site, it is ideally placed to meet the growing market for its award-winning beers.
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The pop-up tipi village of restaurants called Breaking Bread will be reopening on Bristol’s Downs on Thursday, April 15th 2021.
South West-based burger and barbecue business Hub Box has secured investment from Loungers co-founder Jake Bishop as it plans to open at least three new sites in 2021.
Highly respected and much adored Devon based artisan ice cream producer, Granny Gothards, have been busy beavering away on many initiatives over the last 12 months.
After the longest awards season ever 75 Finalists and 33 Commended have been named in this year’s regional Tourism Awards
Peter Gorton, an award-winning chef who made his name developing some of the best-known restaurants in the Westcountry, has become a director of Food Drink Devon.
Unfortunately, the Expowest Cornwall trade show in Wadebridge, originally due to take place in March, and then postponed until May, cannot take place this year.
UKFoodWeb is a new map-based search application that lets consumers and businesses connect directly to local food producers, farmers, fishermen and all those involved with making food.
Vegan fried chicken restaurant Really Happy Chicken is planning to open their second site in Bristol in the next two months.
Bristol Event Catering Co is launching Boxed, a new delivery service that will bring boxes of local produce to households in Bristol to eat outside and barbecue when coronavirus restrictions are lifted.
Food waste recycler Andigestion have launched their new ‘One For One’ wheelie bin collection service.
Hale Events, the show’s organisers, are, for the first time, complementing the space in the hall with outside exhibiting space and features.
Hoteliers in Bristol have cautiously welcomed the support for their sector which was outlined in the 2021 budget.
The South West Food Hub is working with the Crown Commercial Service to support the delivery of a new dynamic approach to public sector food procurement.
Cheltenham’s Brewery Quarter will see the arrival of Indian street food restaurant Mowgli in summer 2021.
With the introduction of Natasha’s law approaching in October 2021, food businesses are being urged to get ready.