Although it is a European Union scheme, the system of protected geographical indications is starting to expand beyond the EU’s borders thanks to a number of bilateral agreements. In this case it was the republic of Georgia, in the Caucasus, that will recognize and protect Europe’s ensemble of protected foods while the EU, in turn, will recognize the protected status of 18 Georgian wines.
If you know your Cashel Blue from your Lanark Blue and your Cornish Yarg from your Swaledale Goat, chances are you have already discovered The Cheeseworks. But for the uninitiated, now is the perfect time to visit the independent retailer in Regent Street, Cheltenham, as the shop gets set to celebrate National Cheese Week which starts today.
I might be wrong but I have seen lots of cider advertisements in public places in London lately. Same at bars and pubs, I always had the impression that cider used to be a sort of poor relative of beer when it came to its public notoriety and place in the market, however, this might be changing as some brands are re-positioning cider as a premium drink.
2012 British Cheese Awards: the winner. This is the best cheese on sale in Britain right now. It's called the Real Yorkshire Wensleydale Blue and it was declared Supreme Champion at an award ceremony for British cheese last night in Cardiff.
Supermarket News has put together some helpful infographics outlining key datapoints from recently published consumer insight reports on nutrition driven shopping behaviors and how consumers choose helpful foods.
Telegraph.co.ukWine Review: What to serve with tomatoesTelegraph.co.ukTomato focaccia can take a pink wine – drier, fruity rosé takes on cooked tomatoes nicely, and a Spanish version works well in the (strange) absence of much palatable Italian...
A bountiful garden of delicious organic food is worth the work of planning and planting, but smart gardeners also curate a few perennials, which come back year after year with little maintenance required.
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