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Local Food Britain held its official launch on Wednesday 30 April 2014. For press enquiries, please contact Local Food HQ on 01737 823208 or email info@localfoodbritain.com

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Tasty and good for you

Fishmonger Dan Howes of Veasey and Sons talks to the Surrey Mirror about seasonal mackerel and the best way to cook this delicious local fish.

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Go green this summer

Our founder Tracy Carroll discovers historic gooseberry recipes at the Surrey History Centre, while Local Food Britain member Garsons Farm talks about the appeal of this quintessentially British favourite.

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Pick up a punnet ... or two

Local Food Britain member Priory Farm holds its annual Strawberry Fair, while another member, Home Cooking by Elizabeth, provides a delicious strawberry recipe for the Surrey Mirror.

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Raise a glass to Wine Week

We interviewed Nick Wenman of Albury Organic Vineyard for English Wine Week in May to talk about biodynamic wine and Monty's Pet Nat.

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Grab a slice of the action

Local Food Britain members Chris Robinson of Chalk Hills Bakery and Bread Angel Rhiannon Abbot of The Epsom Bakehouse talk to the Surrey Mirror about why it's important to choose real bread, during Real Bread Week in May 2015.

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Options free from allergens

The Surrey Mirror talks to Local Food Britain member Christina Wood of Good4U Gluten Free about living with coeliac disease and gluten-free baking for Allergy Awareness Week in April 2015.

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Caterham Farmers' Market launch

The Surrey Mirror writes about the first ever Caterham Farmers' Market at the Soper Hall, supported by Local Food Britain. The market included our members Iron Railway Vineyard, Chalk Hills Bakery, Cocoa Bombon, At The Cake House and High Weald Dairy.

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Shoppers prefer local food

Local Food Britain founder Tracy Carroll met up with Surrey farmer Hugh Broom, butcher Robert Hewitt of Robert and Edwards and celebrity chef Tony Tobin of The Dining Room to talk about the importance of locally sourced meat during National Butchers' Week in March 2015.

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Fish stall nets success

The Surrey Mirror tells the news that Local Food Britain members Priory Farm Shop and Veasey and Sons have teamed up to offer farm shop customers fresh Sussex fish every Thursday and Saturday.

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Starting the day the right way

Local Food Britain founder Tracy Carroll heads to The Jolly Farmers in Buckland, Surrey for a breakfast of Chalk Hills Bakery bread, Robert and Edwards sausages and Simon's Free Range Eggs during Breakfast Week in January 2015.

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Surrey Life features our visit to Parliament

Local Food Surrey founder Tracy Carroll talked to Surrey Life about the Taste of Surrey showcase at the Houses of Parliament in November 2014.

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Prime Minister experiences a Taste of Surrey

Local Food Surrey teamed up with Visit Surrey to bring the best of the county's food and drink to the Houses of Parliament in November 2014. Prime Minister David Cameron was presented with a Taste of Surrey hamper by Local Food Britain members Chris Robinson of Chalk Hills Bakery and Tim McEntire of Food Float.

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Mr Cameron hails best food in the House

Local Food Britain's visit to the Houses of Parliament with Visit Surrey in November 2014 is covered by the Surrey Mirror.

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New Local Food Project Takes First Steps In Sussex

e The Magazine covers the story of Local Food Britain's launch in March 2014.

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We Love Brighton article on Local Food Britain

Local Food Britain launch in Sussex

The story of Local Food Britain's launch in Sussex is covered by We Love Brighton in April 2014.

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So magazine, May 2014

Marvellous Mole Valley on show

Our support for the Marvellous Mole Valley Food With A View Fair is featured by the Surrey Advertiser in April 2013.

All's well that ends well after discovery in garden

Roland Daniells of Woodmansterne, Surrey, set up Eastlands Farm Water after finding a 280-year-old well under his garden drawing water from the North Downs Aquifer.

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