Meet our food heroes: Bob Lindo

3rd Mar 2019

Introducing Bob Lindo from Cornwall’s largest vineyard, Camel Valley. We’re extremely proud to have listed Camel Valley’s ...

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Meet our food heroes: Tim and Luke Marshall

1st Mar 2019

Tim Marshall is the owner of Porthilly Shellfish, home of the famous Porthilly oysters, as well as mussels and a range of sea vegetables. He ...

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Meet our food heroes: Tarquin Leadbetter

Tarquin Leadbetter, Founder and Head Distiller at Tarquin’s Gin has quite the story to tell.  In 2012, as a 23-year-old, classically trained ...

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Meet our food heroes: Jason Nicholas

Proud to live and fish out of Padstow, meet Jason, skipper of the Levan Mor. Jason is a crab and lobster man – catching the best, ...

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Meet our food heroes: Ross Geach

Fresh produce is in Ross Geach’s blood. The Geach family have lived and worked on Trerethern Farm, overlooking the Camel Estuary, for over 130 ...

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Meet our Food Heroes: Treleavens

The ice cream filled story of Treleavens started on the south Cornish coast in 2002 when founder, Andrew Treleaven bought a seasonal ice cream ...

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Meet our Food Heroes: Clarence Court

Boiled, scrambled, fried, poached or baked – all the eggs that we use in our restaurants come from Clarence Court, based in Liskeard, Cornwall. ...

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Meet our Food Heroes: St Austell Brewery

St Austell Brewery was founded in 1851 (yes you read that correctly) by Cornishman Walter Hicks. Over 150 years on, they remain independent and ...

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Meet our Food Heroes: Origin Coffee

Life for Origin Coffee started in Helston, Cornwall in 2005. Inspired by Australia’s advanced café culture and his prior experience of helping ...

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Meet our food heroes: Sharp’s Brewery

Founded by Bill Sharp in 1994 across the Camel Estuary from Padstow in Rock, now owned by Molson Coors, Sharp’s Brewery is home to one of the ...

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