A showcase of the best produce that Pembrokeshire has to offer will be held later this month.
The event, in conjunction with Visit Pembrokeshire, will take place at the Bridge Innovation Centre, Pembroke Dock, SA72 6UN between 10am-3pm on Wednesday March 22nd.
Chefs, cooks and members of the hospitality, leisure and tourism industries are urged to get involved.
The showcase, the first event to be held for some time, will give the opportunity to meet the producers direct, make new connections and sample the variety and quality of goods produced across the County.
As well as discovering new products and additional ranges, those attending will also be able to learn more about the Pembrokeshire Produce Mark Scheme.
The Produce Mark is an instantly recognisable logo, which shows that the products have been made in Pembrokeshire.
If displayed in a hospitality establishment, it shows that local produce is used within the menu. Retail outlets displaying the Produce Mark sell local products within their shop.
Any local producers wishing to attend but are not currently Pembrokeshire Produce Mark Members can apply for free on the website.
For further information contact Joanne Welch, Food Development Officer firstname.lastname@example.org
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