As part of the Norfolk Food and Drink Festival 2015, we will be at Holkham Hall at the North Norfolk Food and Drink Festival show. We are thrilled to be part of this excellent event and will be bringing a Sanremo Zoe espresso machine, our brew bar, brew kit and lots of freshly roasted beans. Do come along, enjoy the best that Norfolk has to offer and talk to us about coffee!
The annual extravaganza that is the Royal Norfolk Show - so big that local schools still close to allow pupils to attend.
We'll be joining fellow Norfolk oproducers in the Adnams Exhibtion Centre Food Hall for two days of coffee sampling and sales. Come and see us, try our beans and talk to us about all things coffee.
To plan your visit follow: http://royalnorfolkshow.co.uk/
The ever popular Norfolk Diet Market is held every month at the Forum in Norwich. Alongside a selection of some of Norfolk's best food producers, we will be setting up our brew bar and selling our beans and talking about coffee. Come and see us on the second Saturday of every month.
Local Flavours 2014 will bring together hundreds of buyers with food and drink producers from the Eastern Region to celebrate the diverse and flavoursome food and drink available in the area. There will be sampling, refreshments, entertainment and the chance to network with other in the industry. The event is open to owners, managers, chefs and food buyers working in hospitality, food retail, tourism or catering.
For more information and to register to attend, visit http://localflavours2014.co.uk/
Come and see us at the beautiful Creake Abbey barns Gift Fair on the Saturday of the August Bank Holiday. Alongside an amazing selection of art, craft and foods, we will be setting up our brew bar and selling beans. Come and see us and talk about coffee!
The Norfolk Diet is about celebrating and sharing all that’s great in Norfolk food and drink.
The Norfolk Diet started in 2010 when Sarah Pettegree decided to try and eat and drink only Norfolk produce for a month. She already knew Norfolk had many great producers but the interest the experiment generated showed not everybody knew about them. She got together a small team to look at ways of encouraging people to find out about and try more food and drink form Norfolk. When Norwich farmers market closed in mid 2010 the group started working on finding a venue and generating interest from both producers and shoppers for a revitalised farmers market. In May 2011 the first market took place at The Forum with 15 stalls.