Market Harborough Local Food and Drink Map

Market Harborough Local Food and Drink Map

Welcome to the Market Harborough Local Food and Drink Map. Here you can discover the great local cafés, shops and restaurants and sample some of our delicious local food. Or discover a selection of great food that is grown, reared and made in and around Harborough. You might be surprised at just how many wonderful food and drink retailers and producers exist in and around the area. By ‘choosing local’ you not only help to support nearby businesses and help create employment in the local economy, you also reduce food miles and CO2 emissions. Local Food and Drink Forum members have volunteered their time to develop the Market Harborough Local Food and Drink Map. They have been busy setting out the terms and conditions, engaging with local food and drink producers and working with a local marketing company to create the map. The map is now available online with paper copies available in the Library, and across the town including all participating retailers and local producer outlets including: Simply Simon’s Bistro Cafe, edibLE16, Waterloo Cottage Farm, The Angel Hotel, Joules Yard & Eating House, Aldwinckles, Bates Butchers & Delicatessen, Martin Hobbs Fishmongers, Duncan Murray Wines, Ashley Farm Shop, Emerson & West’s Delicatessen & Tearoom, Farndon Fields Farm Shop, The Red Lion Pub at Sibbertoft, Just So Italian, The Bottle Kicking Cider Company, The Langton Brewery, Warner Edwards Distillery LtdOrchard Farm Veggies, Harborough Market, Harborough Farmers Market, The Waterfront Restaurant, The Garage Bakehouse, Welton’s Deli, Louisa’s Place, The Oat HillThe Admiral Nelson, Pearman’s Farm Shop, Keythorpe Game, Saporito Fine Foods, Farrinheight Foods, Two Bird Spirits, Newlands Dairy, Chevelswarde and Welland Valley Vineyards.

The Second Version of the Local Version has now been developed and was officially launched on Wednesday 1st April 2015.

If you want to get more actively involved in Local Food and Drink in Market Harborough either as a business or as a member of the public please get in touch: sustainableharborough@ruralcc.org.uk

Food Map v2 - March15 - retailer

Food Map v2 - March15 - producer

 

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September 24, 2014