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Hello and welcome to the latest update. In today's newsletter we feature fresh local seasonal produce and highlight early English asparagus. We promote Cornish stone ground flour with our Essential Foods offers, reveal the new prawn cocktail chips from Burts alongside other artisan promotions, recommend a recent BBC News article discussing food price challenges and we end our international women's day celebrations, see you soon.

Early Asparagus

With Spring here and Summer soon to follow, we start to see popular seasonal produce ready to harvest. The early English asparagus season has begun with growers such as The New Forest Fruit Company and Wye Valley Produce. Local asparagus crops are expected to harvest from May subject to favourable weather conditions. Ask about our daily market availability when ordering.
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

Stone Ground Flour

The Cornish Mill & Bakehouse produce stone ground flours on their farm just outside St Newlyn East. They grow and mill a bread variety of wheat called Mulika which is ideal for bread making. These are just a few reasons why their Cornish flour is special and how it bakes in a unique way, compared to other bread flour brands. 
For further information contact your local depot.
View our Essential Food promotions below.
Essential Updates

Prawn Cocktail Chips

The new Limited Edition Prawn Cocktail flavour is now available from Burts Potato Chips. These thick cut chips come with a great crunch and are now part of an extensive range of bold, authentic flavours made in Devon. Plus 5p from every pack sold goes to the RNLI foundation.
For further information contact your local depot.
View our Plough to Plate highlights below.
Artisan Updates

Food Price Challenges

An article published by Tom Kavanagh from BBC News highlights the ongoing food price challenges. The head of the World Food Programme, David Beasley, has warned the conflict in Ukraine could send global food prices soaring. View the full article from the link below. 
BBC News
WestCountry Blog

Ending Celebrations

Ending our IWD celebrations, we commemorate the one and only Emma Johnson. It is with great sadness that we said goodbye to Emma recently, as she moved on to pastures new, relocating to sunny Scotland. We have had the pleasure and benefit of Emma’s knowledge, passion and drive over the last 8 years. Thank you Emma – this one is for you!
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