December 13 2013 Latest news:
Local produce from farmers and producers will feature in What’s Tasty in Woodbridge, a food market on the town's historic Market Hill, on Saturday, September 21, from 10am to 4pm. Pictured are Ugur Vata of The Galley restaurant, Jan Ballard of Choose Woodbridge and George Bradley of Friday St Farm
Tuesday, September 3, 2013
A not-for-profit organisation is staging a food market in Woodbridge this month against the backdrop of the Suffolk Local Food Challenge.
The challenge encourages volunteers to try to stick to food and drink grown, raised, caught, produced and/or processed within a 30-mile radius of wherever they live.
Choose Woodbridge, an organisation which works to promote the town and surrounding area, and local businesses are organising What’s Tasty in Woodbridge, a food market which will take place on the town’s Market Hill on Saturday, September 21, from 10am to 4pm.
The event is sponsored by NFU Mutual and brings together produce from local companies including Friday Street and Goslings Farm Shops, The Cake Shop, The Woodbridge Tide Mill, Roadii, Maximus Fish, Sutton Hoo Chicken, Charsfield Apple Juice, Memorable Cheeses, Casa De L’oli, Dingley Dell Pork, Petite & Sweet, The Artisan Smokehouse Ltd, The Woodbridge Kitchen Company, The Suffolk Larder, The Greek Olive Company, New Twist Foods, Symon the Pieman, Stokes Sauces, Heidi’s Popcorn Box, The Angel and Market Garden Produce.
There will be live music and cooking demonstrations from local chefs Ugur Vata from The Galley and Vernon Blackmore from The Table in Woodbridge plus a horse and cart to take people up to Market Hill from the Riverside and The Thoroughfare and return them.
The event is also organised by The Galley, The Table, The Cake Shop and Friday Street Farm.