Tag: Taste North East
If you dad loves food then he is in for a treat this Father’s Day. Taste North East has curated a Foodie Dads Collection with different collections of Great North food and drink gifts and experiences tailored to each type of dad. Food writer Harriet Southall reveals all about the collection.
Gluten-free is becoming more and more popular as celebrities such as Victoria Beckham and Gwyneth Paltrow advocate this kind of diet. Here, food writer Harriet Southall explores the trend and tells readers about the first ever Taste North East TASTECLUB Great North Gluten Free Fair, set for Saturday 27th April, sponsored by Newburn Bakehouse by Warburtons.
Food writer Harriet Southall shares great ideas for alternative Mother’s Day gifts and turns the spotlight on sweet treats! Some North East England mums have produced a fabulous foodie gift for mothers everywhere. It includes cinder toffee, delicious raspberry jam, chutney, chocolate pudding and lots more!
Food writer Harriet Southall gives a superb overview of some of the best North East of England foods you can put on your table this Christmas and New Year’s. Take a look at her review of great gifts and tasty treats you can find across the region. Of if your a home bod, shop online at local websites.
A woman with a strong and varied background in business is set to fly the flag for food and drink in the North East of England. Jane Hogan is set to increase the profile of food and drink producers, sellers and hospitality businesses across the North East of England. She has been appointed as the new Business Development Manager at Taste North East and her role is to find new markets for and to support any food or drink-based businesses in the North East to reach their full potential – from those who grow and make to those that sell, prepare or serve food and drink.
Consumers are very interested in buying local food in the North East of England and this is having a knock-on effect, meaning that more local food is available at shops and supermarkets in the North East of England.
More than 20,000 people attended a Wallington Food and Craft Festival at the National Trust property near Morpeth. There were 65 salls selling top-quality locally produced food, as well as drink and crafts. This along with the warm weather meant that crowds flocked to the event.
Food and drink group Taste North East has welcomed Thistleyhaugh bed and breakfast and catering near Longhorsley, Northumberland to the table.
Thistleyhaugh is the group’s first hospitality member.
The Wallington Food and Craft Festival will take place on October 15-16. this is the 6th festival and it will include more than 65 producers teaming up with North East England chef of the year David Kennedy.
A new not-for-profit membership group has been launched combining the cream of business services with support and discounted products for everyone involved in the North East’s regional food and drink sector. Taste North East Limited has been formed by merging Taste NE, The North East England Food and Drink Group and Northumbria Larder. United as [...]