Winter warmers

There’s no getting away from it; Winter is definitely here.  Time to wrap up warm, and take refuge in food that makes you feel better.  Here at The Food & Drink Trade show, we’ve got the perfect selection for you…

Why not curl up on the sofa with a good film and some dreamy ice-cream?  Indulge your sweet tooth with some lovely traditional fudge safe in the knowledge that there’s no need to worry about the swimsuit figure for months?  Go for a long winter walk and warm up again with some delicious organic soup?  And when the Christmas shopping gets too much, you can collapse back on to the sofa with a relaxing gin & tonic or a fruit liqueur!

CherryCallestick Dairy Farm Icecream
At Callestick Farm, they take their own pure, wholesome milk, local cream and the finest fruits and confectionery.  Then they add a touch of Callestick magic to create flavour upon flavour of dreamy, ice creamy indulgence.  The farm is located in the heart of Cornwall, only minutes from the North coast where the air is clean and the grass is green. Their cows roam the pastures during the summer months and shelter inside when the weather is gloomy.  The farm has been run by the Parker family for many generations and they have been making their award-winning ice cream for 20 years.  Their ice cream is completely natural; none of the rich dairy goodness is removed and nothing artificial is added.  (Stand E10),

Assorted fudgeButtermilk Confections
David and Tracy, along with a team of specially-trained fudge makers, make their Buttermilk fudge by hand, using traditional recipes and old-fashioned open copper pans.  Celebrating their 50th year, they pride themselves on being a family business, making delicious award winning confections with locally sourced ingredients.  They make fudge to be sold all over the UK, as well as from their shops in Cornwall, which stock every conceivable flavour of fudge from clotted cream right through to lemon meringue. (Stand A23).

Winter Parsnip SoupTideford Organic Foods
Tideford Organics is an independent organic food manufacturer from Totnes in Devon. Founded in 1996 on the family aga they have enjoyed 16 wonderful award-laden years.  They produce award winning, organic, chilled soups, cooking sauces, pestos, porridges and puddings for retail and catering customers.  Their products are gluten free, low fat, low salt and organic.  They also have vegetarian and vegan products.  They love what they do and have always stayed true to their roots, using only organic ingredients, cooking like you would at home and stirring and tasting every recipe that leaves the factory.  (Stand A10).

G&TBramley and Gage
At Bramley and Gage they started making liqueurs over 20 years ago on their fruit farm in South Devon.  They are a small family business focused on making the highest quality, great-tasting liqueurs.  They still make all the products themselves, by hand, using only real, whole, fruit, sourced as locally as possible.  The production process ensures that as much of the natural flavour, freshness, and colour of the fruit as possible is retained, together with the maximum amount of naturally occurring vitamins.  There are no added colourings or preservatives in their Fruit Liqueurs, Gins or Brandy.  Over the years the quality of their liqueurs has resulted in them being given many awards from prestigious food and drink competitions, including Taste of the West, the Great Taste Awards, the Quality Drinks Awards, the International Wine and Spirits Competition.  (Stand B15).

The Food & Drink Trade show is now less than three months away, so you don’t have long to wait.  By then Spring will be upon us, and these short dark days will behind us.  See you there!

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