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Smoked Salmon

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“London Cure smoked salmon” is about to become the first ever London-based food and drink to receive PGI status.  Smoked salmon was Britain’s first ever home-grown gourmet food and for almost a century was revered as fine delicacy.  Nowadays mass production of smoked salmon has changed the nature of the product and consequently many consumers have been put off.   Awarding PGI will help re-educate both chefs, and the food public about smoked salmon so they understand the difference between fine smoked salmon and what is often unpleasant slivers of slimy, smoky fish. Find out more

 

Gustare Honey

1Gustare Honey is a premium mono-floral honey brand produced by artisan beekeepers in Australia. Each honey in the range is sourced from predominantly only one plant species and it has not been filtered and blended with other honeys.

You can visit Gustare Honey at The International Food & Drink Event, 19th – 22nd March, ExCeL London. Stand N2409. Find out more

 

Anglesey Sea Salt Company

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Sea salt was made on the island of Anglesey up until the late eighteenth century when it was halted after makers were fined for adulterating the sea brine with Cheshire rock salt. Today, they have resurrected this age-old craft by combining traditional hand harvesting with brand new technology to produce the crunchy white flakes of Halen Môn.

You can visit the Anglesey Sea Salt Company at The International Food & Drink Event, 19th – 22nd March, ExCeL London. Stand N2830/h. Find out more

 

Yu & Mi Company

45Yu & Mi Company and their innovative new product – dried konyaku noodles and rice, which are packed with health benefits and can be used as a healthy alternative to any pasta, noodles or rice dish.

You can visit Yu & Mi at The International Food & Drink Event, 19th – 22nd March, ExCeL London. Stand N2270. Find out more

 

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