Finalists for the British Farming Awards were announced last Friday, and we are very pleased to have made it on to the short list for the 'Diversification Innovator of the Year - large' category.
The 2017 awards will be the fifth year for the British Farming Awards who aim to 'reward the extraordinary breed of farmers who have made their business a success through innovation, determination, grit and foresight.'
Norton Barton Artisan Food Village is the UK's first dedicated artisan food village. Based just outside the town of Bude, North Cornwall, we are home to some of the county’s top food producers showcasing the best in artisan food and drink that Cornwall has to offer, including Cornish Charcuterie, Popti Cornish Bakehouse and The Cornish Distilling Co.
With the expansion plans for the village well underway, we are aiming to becoming a top foodie destination in the UK, supporting artisan producers and providing an inspirational and educational place for visitors.
Shop for artisan savoury biscuits.
Shop for artisan Cornish charcuterie.
I had recorded some “Escape to the Country” episodes and was so interested to see your business project that I looked it up. I was thrilled to see you were near Bude, (Morwenstow) where I lived about sixty years ago. It is so good that Cornwall has so many keen people reviving and expanding industry. Your products look delicious and I hope that many people were encouraged to look you up. Congratulations on getting on to the 2017 list. I see that there is quite a tie up with the EU and I felt a twinge of guilt at being a Brexiteer myself, knowing that you must feel plans are in jeopardy. I am sure this will not be the case and all your innovative products will succeed. Salami with seaweed ..great!