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30 June 2015| News,Produce

Inspired by growing consumer demand for home-grown, traceable meat, an Ayrshire-based husband and wife have launched The Scottish Burger Company. Promising burger lovers locally sourced, ethically farmed Scotch Beef prepared with traditional butchery techniques, Alex and Carlyn Paton hope to bring butcher shop quality to the convenience of the supermarket. The range – which has launched in 49 Tesco Scotland stores – features contemporary fl...





30 June 2015 | News,Produce
Appetite for traceable, trustworthy meat leads to the creation of the Scottish Burger Company

Inspired by growing consumer demand for home-grown, traceable meat, an Ayrshire-based husband and wife have launched The Scottish Burger Company. P...


29 June 2015 | News,Produce,Shows and Events
Fruit Focus 2015: Advances in agronomy backed by expert advice

Fruit growers striving to improve yields and quality will have unrivalled access to the latest agronomy at Fruit Focus 2015. Novel developments in ...


29 June 2015 | Dairy,News,Produce
Cheese can make a difference to your summer salad

Superb salad days are here thanks to British cheese - the focal point of a new campaign by the British Cheese Board (BCB). 80% of Brits choose Ched...


28 June 2015 | News,Poultry,Produce
LJ Fairburn & Son launch Shropshire egg brand into ASDA

Egg lovers across Shropshire will be egg-static as LJ Fairburn & Son, one of the UK’s largest egg producers and packers, is launching a Shropshire bra...


26 June 2015 | Arable,Crops,News,Produce
Maris Otter goes to Parliament

Robin Appel and Mark Banham celebrated the 50th anniversary of their revered Maris Otter barley variety at a tasting of past Champion Beers of Britain...


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Dorset - The seafood capital of the UK

The Pommery Dorset Seafood Festival celebrates chefs, seafood & producers. Dorset Seafood is making its mark across the country, from fishermen and di...


NFU urges retailers to set out clear commitments to sourcing British lamb

The NFU has urged all major retailers to strengthen their commitments to sourcing peak season British lamb. The NFU sent letters to Tesco, Asda, Sa...


New RSPCA Assured food label hits supermarket shelves

A new ethical food label - assured by the RSPCA - has been launched in a bid to help improve the lives of a further 100 million farm animals, plus man...


24 June 2015 | News,Produce,Shows and Events
Vines to Wines: new opportunities in a growing market

Fruit growers and other landowners looking to expand their portfolio and tap into a growing market have an excellent opportunity to find out more at F...


NFU Cymru celebrates Welsh Food in the Senedd

To celebrate the quality and taste of the Welsh food that farmers produce, NFU Cymru is holding an event tomorrow with Assembly Members in the Senedd ...


Trewithen Dairy wins prestigious gold award as SME Brand of the Year

Lostwithiel’s Trewithen Dairy has won a prestigious national food & drink gold award as the SME (small to medium sized enterprises) Brand of the Year....


Wool producers can learn about BWMB at the Kent County show

Sheep farmers wanting to learn more about the wool process from farm to product can meet British Wool Marketing Board (BWMB) Board Members and staff a...


Simplification plans should get UK farmers 'back to producing food'

The NFU urged Europe’s leading farm official to use his plans for simplification as an opportunity to get the UK's farmers back to the job of producin...


22 June 2015 | News,Produce,Shows and Events
Weymouth prepares to celebrate Dorset's shellfish & its heroes

A prime example of this celebration is the Pommery Dorset Seafood Festival which takes place over the weekend of 11th – 12th July 2015 on Weymouth Har...


18 June 2015 | News,Produce
£1.3 million in new research could mean a sweeter deal for Scottish berry producers

British berry lovers could get their favourite fruits all year round thanks to three new pioneering UK government funded research projects set to revo...



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