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Mr Filbert has some new nuts

mr_filbertsMr Filbert’s is launching a new rage of nut snacks to the market. Following the success of the brand’s nut selection, the new gourmet roasted pocket snacks from Mr Filbert’s come in three new flavours: Honey & Peppercorn, Sea Salt & Herb and Chilli & Fennel Mixed Nuts.
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Farm & More co-locates with Source

cheltenham_totw_adHale Events, the organisers of The Source trade show, at Westpoint, Exeter on the 4th and 5th of February are pleased to announce that for 2015 the FARM & MORE farm diversification trade show will co-locate, bringing new dimensions and even more visitors to both shows.

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Somerset Cheese School launches!

After a successful pilot in the summer, the Somerset Cheese School will launch this month, running at Bridgwater College’s Cannington Centre by world-renowned cheese expert Juliet Harbutt, in partnership with Cricketer Farm. 

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olivesJust in time for the festive season, Olives Et Al has introduced the world’s first, over-18 properly alcoholic olives -designed to create the perfect martini.  Preserved in naturally infused Gin or Vodka, the olives should be served direct from the freezer and added to cocktails, gin and tonics or simply eaten icy cold.

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st austellBeer drinkers in the South West can get into the spirit of Halloween this month, when the gruesomely named Bucket of Blood beer returns on the taps of pubs across the South West.  One of St Austell Brewery’s most popular seasonal ales, Bucket of Blood is a 4.5% abv red ale with a spicy flavour.  First brewed in 2009, the cask ale is named after the Bucket of Blood pub in Hayle, Cornwall, which is part of the St Austell Brewery estate of pubs and inns.  The success of the chillingly named beer when it was first released, and the high demand from customers, has led to St Austell Brewery continuing to brew Bucket of Blood in time for Halloween every year since.
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