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Getting reconnected to where our food comes from has in recent years become a passion for food lovers across the country.
Here in Lancashire our local producers provide an amazing range of fresh vegetables, award winning dairy produce and cheeses, chutneys and preserves and home-reared meat from the fells. As well as freshly caught fish and the renowned Morecambe Bay shrimps.
In hotels, restaurants, pubs and tea-rooms across Lancashire, delicious examples of locally sourced, seasonal produce are championed on the menus.
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A unique retail and leisure destination that will appeal to all the family. Featuring over 40 unique shops and businesses which includes a leading art gallery, high class butchers, florist & plant centre, craft studios, food shops, plus much more.
Dewlay was founded in 1957 by George Kenyon and over the next 50 years earned a reputation for producing the very best range of Lancashire cheese available. Today, the company is managed by 3rd generation owners Nick & Richard Kenyon.
Sustainably handcrafted in Lancashire using ingredients locally sourced and grown in their fields, and distilled with natural spring water from the artesian aquifer. Truly artisan spirits are made with the kind of dedication, care and passion you’ll only find down on Holmes Farm.
Clayton Le Dale, Blackburn
From humble beginnings in 2001 when they created the first few pots of vanilla ice cream on the family farm, Mrs Dowsons have been focused on creating a quality product with honest ingredients
Bashall Town, Clitheroe
Bashall Barn is so much more than a restaurant and farm shop.
Here on Fiddler’s Farm we pride ourselves on making original Lancashire Crisps – using potatoes grown on our farm, hand cooked in our kitchens and enhanced with the traditional flavours of Lancashire.
The Old School Brewery was founded in 2012 by Ian Walsh and Ren Wallbank. Initially something of a hobby, the brewery grew into something much more. Now delivering to a huge variety of pubs and bars across the Cumbria and Lancashire area.
Brewing since 1865; their products have won recognition at the Brewing Industry International Awards and the Champion Beer of Britain. Their Premier Bitter, Black Cat and Pendle Witches Brew have won numerous awards.
Bradley Fold, Bolton
Red Bank Cider produces a refreshing range of award winning Real English Ciders & English Fruit Wines on the southern edge of Lancashire’s West Pennine Moors. If you enjoy wine, or fancy a change, visit Red Bank Cider to taste the difference.
The team leading the operation at Exchange Coffee company share an incredible 135 years roasting experience between them, so no wonder it enjoys a position as one of the North’s most prestigious specialty coffee empires, with a whopping 32 Great Taste Awards.
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