Iron & Fire Speciality Coffee Roaster is among the Great Taste winners of 2017. Discover more here...
Rayeesa's Indian Kitchen is Herefordshire's first and only authentic Indian Cookery School, set in the peaceful and tranquil setting of a 15th Century farmhouse kitchen. Learn from Rayeesa Asghar-Sandys, who is passionate about sharing her love of Indian food with others.
Discover the delicious Chock Shop at this year's Ludlow Food Festival.
Whether it be a simple pleasure, an accompaniment to a cheese board, or the basis to a garnished canape at a dinner party Oak Apple’s Cheese nibbles are simply essential. Find out more about Oak Apple Catering in today's blog.
The Special Cider Company officially launched this year and is going from strength to strength. We are thrilled to welcome them to the Ludlow Spring Festival for the very first time. Discover more in our latest blog.
A story of innovation, friendship and great cider. Discover Oliver's Cider at this year's Spring and Food Festival.
Discover the unique taste of Harry's Milkshakes in the latest Ludlow Food Festival blog.
In the world of farm shops Ludlow Food Centre is still unique, producing on site over 50% of what they sell in time honoured traditional ways. They are working even closer with us this year to bring the very best to the Ludlow Spring and Food Festival.
Your taste buds will be firing when you read about the delicious range of handmade salamis all made form high welfare Gloucester Old Spot Pork and other locally sourced ingredients that Will Macken of Shropshire Salumi will be bringing to the Spring and Food Festival. Discover Shropshire Salumi here...
Sytch Farm Studios, nestled in the beautiful Shropshire countryside is the home and creative work space of potter, Gill, and carpenter, Jon. Together they make absolutely beautiful pieces for the home and kitchen. Discover what they will be bringing to Ludlow Food Festival this year...
Growing up with Italian parents, food and drink have always been an integral and important part of the lives of Mia and Melody, otherwise known as La Triestina. Regular and popular features on the Food Festival circuit, we love the ladies and look forward to sharing their authentic, quality, Italian fare each year. Here we are in conversation with Mia and Melody as they prepare for Festival season to begin.
Rayeesa runs a successful Indian Cookery School in Herefordhsire and produces an incredible range of Frozen Curry Sauces. Discover more about this fantastic culinery celebrity and get cooking for yourself as she shares on of her recipes with us.
Discover Danielle's Coffee at this year's Food Festival and find out what founder Danielle Hadley's favourite recipe is...
Wenlock Spring is a family business which commenced bottling water in1989 and since this date the central focus has been to produce a high quality premium water, sourced responsibly and packaged in an environmentally conscious way. The company has sponsored a number of events this weekend as well as having an exhibitor stand. We interviewed Director, Matthew Orne to find out more....
Find out about Hook & Son who will be travelling from Borough Market in London to our Sunday Market for the Ludlow Food Festival. They produce Raw Dairy and tell us all about its health benefits as well as their fascinating story in our Spotlight Blog.
Swifts Bakery is a fifth generation family business with 150 years history in the Midlands. They have always had a passion for creating new ideas for bread, both for wholesale and over-the-counter to customers in our four shops. Their aim is to help people enjoy real bread and to support the artisan trade to which they proudly belong. We interviewed artisan Baker Robert Swift for the latest in our blog series for Ludlow Food Festival 2016.
Three Tuns Brewery in Shropshire was established in 1642 and is the UK's oldest brewery.People come from all over the world to visit the Three Tun's Brewery, not just for its incredible history, but because the beer is so good. Find out more about this bastion of Brewing history in today's Meet the Producer blog.
With an exciting weekend at Ludlow Food Festival coming up, including a fantastic talk from Rupert on the Buy-From Shropshire Stage, we caught up with Rupert & Tracey Bennett to talk quality, family & Saturday Kitchen!
Bringing their unique range of wonderful raw (unpasteurised) honeys to the Ludlow Food Festival this year is Sam and Stefano of From Field and Flower. It was a pleasure to interview Sam as part of the Meet the Producer blog series.
Find out what Miranda's Preserves has to offer at this year's Ludlow Food Festival.
Wil’s Smokehouse produces a variety of Organic, Gluten Free, Vegetarian and Vegan friendly smoked foods in accordance with a 160 year old recipes. I had the pleasure of interviewing Heather and Jim just after they finished Burwarton Show. Here they look forward to Ludlow Food Festival in September.
This year sees the 25th anniversary of Radnor Hills. When MD, William Watkins, returned to his family farm from university and decided to sell his water rather than the sheep and cattle, the Radnor Hills journey began. I had the pleasure of interviewing William for our Meet the Producer blog series in the run up to Ludlow Food Festival 2016.
With more than 20 years’ experience in making artisan cheeses, Ludlow Food Centre’s Dairy Manager, Dudley Martin, is a fountain of knowledge. Find out more about Dudley in today's blog.
It’s a busy time of year for Ludlow Food Centre – as well as thinking ahead to the treats that Christmas will bring us, even the most seasoned of foodies are excited by the prospect of autumn’s tantalising offerings, and the celebrations of great food that lie ahead.
With barbecue season in full swing, we speak to Ludlow Food Centre's Butchery Manager, John Brereton, about how he and his team are gearing up for summer...