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Hello and welcome to the latest update. In today's newsletter we feature our fresh seasonal guide and spotlight produce growing at Canara Farm. We highlight Stokes Sauces with our Essential Foods promotions, reveal the new alcohol free hazy pale from Firebrand Brewing Co. alongside other artisan offers and we recommend a recent article from The Morning Advertiser discussing price inflations, see you soon.

Purple Magnolia

Purple sugar snap peas are part of Pete's crop plan this year at Canara Farm. The variety grown is called Purple Magnolia and is the first ever purple sugar snap seed to be available on the market. This is the result of a 10 year breeding trial in Oregon from the USA. These will grow into colourful pods which are sweet to taste and can be enjoyed raw or cooked.
View the latest seasonal guide highlights below and visit our website for further options including more of our Cornwall and Devon harvests.
Fresh Updates

British Sauce

Traditional and classic sauces made from Stokes delicious and treasured recipes. Inspired by tasty home grown methods, their sauces are cooked using slower techniques, with experienced passionate staff, to achieve thicker and richer flavours. Quality is achieved by sourcing only the very best ingredients and the Stokes Tomato Ketchup sits at the heart of their amazing range.
For further information contact your local depot.
View our Essential Food promotions below.
Essential Updates

Alcohol Free

Brewed with Simcoe, Citra and Cascade hops, the new alcohol free Shorebreak from Firebrand Brewing Company offers a super smooth and light hazy pale with tons of refreshing tropical flavour; now part of a wider range of multi award-winning craft beer made in the wilds of North Cornwall.
For further information contact your local depot.
View our Plough to Plate highlights below.
Artisan Updates

Price Inflation

An article published by Rebecca Weller from The Morning Advertiser highlights food prices and the rise of interest rates. The Bank of England is expected to announce the biggest increase to its base interest rate in 13 years in a bid to tackle inflation amid soaring food prices, according to a report by Sky News. View the full article from the link below.
Morning Advertiser
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