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By the way, look what I spotted in the Co-op:
All their milk is labelled “produce of the West Country”.
A couple of shots of ‘Eat for Devon’ posters in town – in Cubby Hole newsagents and Redfern’s Butchers:
Our challenge to eat food produced or sourced locally starts tomorrow on Saturday 21st August. We’ll be in Teignmouth Triangle from 10am so please come and say hello.
I work at Torbay Hospital, and have invited some colleagues to join me in this experiment. Please are you able to encourage friends and relatives, colleagues, or people in clubs/societies etc. to “eat for Devon”? It would be great to let us know of groups who have been invited to join us, so please ‘leave a comment’.
Our challenge starts on Saturday 21st August, so I’m starting to think about shopping and menus for the coming week.
Some staple items may be tricky? Has anyone found a source of Devon-produced milk, bread, cereals? Please click on ‘leave a comment’ to share ideas.
I’ve started asking some local shops if they will help explain where the food they sell is sourced. Interested ones based in Teignmouth so far include:
Redfern’s Butchers, Lloyd Maunder Butchers, Ruffles Delicatessen, Nutters, Poppadums, the Great Catch fish shop, Tibbs Greengrocers, the Home Made Bakery, the Owl and the Pussycat, Cubby Hole newsagents and the Co-op.
Please talk to your local suppliers and if they are willing to help, add them by clicking on ‘leave a comment’.
You can also download a copy of the Eat for Devon poster. Perhaps you could display one in your window?