Meet the Producer 2019

Join Us   Plough to Plate are delighted to invite you to our 3rd Bi-annual ‘Meet the Producer’ event.     Talk to over 40 fabulous local producers and taste your way through a wide range of produce from bread and charcuterie to chocolate and wine with the obligatory pasty and cake in the middle.   Meet the team behind Plough to Plate and the Super Stars who make it all possible. Save £50   Customers placing an order over the value of £200 at either event will receive a £50 credit on their next order over £200   Join us in Cornwall                    Join us in Devon   Pavilion Centre – Cornwall Tuesday 12th February 2019   Royal Cornwall Showground, Pavilion Centre, Wadebridge, PL27 7JE.    10.00am – 4.00pm                                                                        Flybe Training Academy – Devon Wednesday 13th February 2019   Exeter Airport, Flybe Training Academy, EX5 2LJ.    10.00am – 4.00pm                                                                        We look forward to seeing you there.       www.westcountry.co.uk   |   sales@westcountry.co.uk Falmouth: 01326 372 304    |    St Austell: 01726 817 666    |   Newton Abbot: 01626 830 881      ...
Tregothnan – Britain’s first home grown tea

Tregothnan – Britain’s first home grown tea

  Tregothnan is Europe’s largest commercial producer of world class tea offering a wonderful selection of estate teas and herbal infusions in a variety of servings to suit all. Join us as we explore Tregothnan and their fantastic range available from Plough to Plate.   Tregothnan History Tregothnan is home to the Boscawen family with a rich history dating back to 1334. The Boscawen family are the largest land owners in Cornwall with 25 thousand acres. Lord Falmouth passed over the estate to his son Evelyn Boscawen 20 years ago after the passing of his wife. He decided the garden needed some energy and vision to move forward and the honourable Evelyn Boscawen brought Tregothnan to where they are today. Jonathon Jones, now managing director, joined Tregothnan in 1996 as head gardener and spent time travelling to tea plantations around the world. One of those plantations resides in the Himalayas, the world’s tallest mountain range and an important tea growing region. On his return Jonathon realised that the estate could sustain Magnolias and Rhododendron, native to the Himalayas, so why shouldn’t they be able to grow tea. It was at this moment that tea at Tregothnan was first established and in 2005 Britain’s first home-grown tea became available.   Botanical Gardens The Botanical gardens at Tregothnan are an official safe site for the keeping of rare or endangered trees and plants from all over the world. Some examples include Magnolia Rostrata, Rhododendron, a variety of Camellias and a Wollemi Pine Tree. The Wollemi Pine Tree at Tregothnan is a cutting from the original in the Blue Mountains national park in...
Good Game – Artisan Charcuterie

Good Game – Artisan Charcuterie

Good Game is an exciting new range of artisan charcuterie from Devon. They use only locally sourced ingredients and traditional curing methods. Winners of multiple Taste of the West and Food & Drink Devon awards, their mission is to make the best tasting game and cured meat in the world. Good Game support local producers, sourcing only the finest British game. Pork is produced no more than 5 miles from their base in Topsham and venison is 100% wild, from Devon and Cornwall. All of their meat is cured by hand using traditional drying methods, rather than commercial drying chambers. No nitrates or saltpetre are added during the curing process, just a little bit of salt and natural Exe & Clyde Valley air. One of their most popular products available is the Venison & Pork Burgers. These burgers are full of flavour, preservative and additive free, gluten free and frozen on day of making for maximum freshness. Contact us today for a full list of Good Game produce available, including their signature sausage, the Venison Salami.  ...