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13th-16th February Telegraph Outdoor, Adventure & Travel Show. Excel London
26th-27th October Home and Food Festival Bristol
15th-17th November BBC Good Food Show Olympia
21st-24th November Taste of Christmas Tobacco Dock London
27th-1st November BBC Good Food Winter NEC
16th-18th August Flavour Fest Plymouth
24th-26th August Oxford Foodies
31st-1st September Jamie and Alex's Big Feastival
6th-8th September Lyme Regis Food Rocks
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This month we had a great pleasure of meeting one of our favourite TV stars, Mr Adam Henson of the BBC program Countryfile. He is an excellent communicator to all audiences and reports on farming’s ups and downs to the wider-world.
Adam spoke about his life and the steps he had taken to get where he is today, along with some other funny stories. One of main subjects as with all farmers was the weather; low temperatures, lots of rain and snow. Crops simply aren’t growing and many crops which were planted last autumn have been lost or be pulled out and replanted. This is costing our farmers a lot of stress and the industry big money. But it’s not all doom and gloom especially when a busy TV star takes time out to make an effort to connect with his fans and hear feedback on what could be included in the future programmes and what messages us as farmers would like to show to the public. However he painted a very positive picture for the summer.
18th March 2013
There are still many people who live within this country who have little idea of which meats come which animals, where milk comes from and how animals are reared.
After one of our colleagues was sat on a train, they overheard a couple discussing the latest horse meat scandal, they both discovered they really didn’t know which meat comes from which animal, they even went on to think beef came from pigs and bacon was a completely different animal! It made us wonder whether the classes learning about farm yard animals and the noises they make were gone and forgotten? Not once do we recall bacon being included in “Old MacDonald”.
Whilst shopping doesn’t a tiny bit of curiosity make peoplewonder what it is they are putting in their basket? Perhaps in light of thehorse scandal, food provenance will become a priority for consumers and ademand from businesses. Well being organic this is something we have been doingfor years so we shall just pop our feet up and tuck into our 100% beef burgers.