Last weekend we had the privilege of showcasing Golden Kiwis and Speciality Mangoes at the Cheltenham Food and Drink Festival. The atmosphere across all three days was fantastic, even when the showers came everyone’s spirits stayed sunny. Set amongst stalls from Cheltenham’s top restaurants and local speciality produce suppliers, visitors crowded round enjoying sampling our refreshing fruit.
We are giving you the opportunity to win our bright orange Sunburst bike in return for an article about our wonderful Sunburst nectarines. The bike is the Mango Curve single-speed ladies' bike. Here is how it works…
Have you ever tried a Rainier cherry? You may have spotted them in M&S, they are the really beautiful red and yellow cherries. Rainier Cherries originated in 1952 in Washington, USA. Farmers crossed two red varieties and much to their surprise, the combination of these cherries produced a golden yellow cherry with a red blush and incredibly sweet flavour. Rainier Cherries were named after Mount Rainier, the highest peak in Washington.
We are really looking forward to being at Cheltenham Food and Drink Festival this weekend. Attracting around 22,000 visitors to its beautiful Regency Cotswold surroundings, this show is a must for all food lovers.
On Thursday, 11 June, the NEC in Birmingham will open its doors to thousands of eager visitors looking to discover the latest trends in cooking, listen to their favourite chefs talk about their journeys, and to try a whole host of the foods which will be on our plates this summer.