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Hello and welcome to the latest update. In today's newsletter we feature our fresh local seasonal produce and highlight Wye Valley asparagus. We reveal Monin Syrups with our Essential Foods promotions, launch the new Percival & Co. drinks range alongside other artisan offers and we recommend a recent BBC article discussing global food prices, see you soon.

Hand Harvested

Wye Valley Produce have been growing asparagus since 2003 on the light, sandy soil and south-facing slopes of the meandering Wye Valley. Hand harvested and hydro-cooled within the hour ensures their asparagus retains maximum freshness and flavour. The season can be enjoyed from March through to July subject to daily market availability.
View our fresh local guide and Fruit Sales promotional offers below. Visit our website for further options including more of our English and UK harvests.
Fresh Updates

Premium Syrups

Discover the range of Monin flavours, perfect for cocktail bars and coffee shops. Monin syrups deliver innovative, gourmet flavour solutions which are built on a bedrock of more than a century of traditional artisanal beverage know-how. It's about giving pleasure and enjoyment by using only the best natural ingredients in the most exciting and creative ways.
For further information contact your local depot.
View our Essential Food promotions below.
Essential Updates

Percival & Co.

New to the Plough to Plate family we have Percival & Company Drinks, lightly alcoholic sparkling waters in a range of natural, British-hedgerow inspired flavours. A drink for all occasions, high in quality and low in calories, Percival & Co is a modern British drink without compromise. Enjoy 10% off their entire range throughout May with our promotional launch.
For further information contact your local depot.
View our Plough to Plate highlights below.
Artisan Updates

Global Food

An article published by BBC news highlights the Ukraine war and global food prices. The Ukraine war led to a "giant leap" in food prices last month to another record high, the United Nations says. In the UK, industry experts have warned that the cost of food could rise by up to 15% this year.
View the full article from the link below.
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