Dartmouth Food Festival x Food Drink Devon Marquee
New this year is Dartmouth Food Festival’s Food and Drink Devon local market on Friday 22nd October.
In the morning, you will be able to get up close and personal with a range of local producers, tasting their wares and learning more about the provenance of their fabulous produce at DFF’s ‘Meet the Producer’ events, hosted by well-known journalist Martin Hesp. In the afternoon the marquee will transform into a local market where you can browse stalls and shop to your heart, and stomach’s, content.
Meet the Producers: The Curator Coffee Roasters
10:00 AM – 10:30 AM
Join The Curator coffee roasters from Totnes to talk all things coffee, and to hear about their wood roasted coffee beans. They will talk in depth about the hot drink we all love.
Meet the Producers: Sea Arch
10.40 AM – 11:10 AM
Sea Arch is a delicious distilled non-alcoholic spirit. Inspired by the Devon coast and bursting with seaside botanicals, Founders Sarah and Geoff Yates have created a complex and refreshing alternative to gin, which really is more beautiful without.
Meet the Producers: Hylsten Bakery
Hylsten bakery in Buckfastleigh produce amazing sourdough using stoneground organic flour. Ask them all your questions about baking bread and try some of this wonderful product.
Meet the Producers: Grove Meadows
12:00 PM – 12:30 PM
Tom and Shannon Burnell are a husband and wife couple living on the family farm in Kingswear. Tom is the youngest of 3 generations still working on the family dairy & beef farm and is a skilled butcher with over 10 years experience.
With Tom’s passion for butchery and their combined drive for good quality local produce that you can trust, they have come together to create Grove Meadows which delivers fresh meat boxes right to your door.
Meet the Producers: Dartington Mill
1:20 PM – 1:50 PM
Dartington Mill is an innovative venture that sees two farmers, a miller and a baker come together to grow organic and biodynamic specialist wheats, grains and pulses, and mill them into flours and flaked products for sale to the public and bakeries. Keeping our food systems local, sustainable and simple is crucial to help mitigate climate change.
Food Drink Devon Market opens
14:00 PM – 17:00 PM
The marquee will transform into a local market where you can browse stalls and shop to your heart, and stomach’s, content.
All Meet The Producers events and the FDD Market are free and open to all