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The 2013 Wye Food Festival will be running from Saturday June 15th to Sunday June 23rd. The theme this year is going to be good clean local food. The concept behind the event is the concept of locally grown, produced and consumed produce. The benefits of maintaining the connection between producer and consumer is that consumers have a much more direct relationship with what they eat and drink. The producers in their turn are involved in their local community in the most direct way. So if you'd like a day or two away from the industrialized processed food culture, the week long event may be for you.
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The festival will enable visitors to see where crops are grown and animals are reared; and in due course are made into bread, sausages, chutneys and cheese. This isn't just about education and demonstrations, the local pubs and restaurants will be offering a wide range of 'Wye' dishes and visitors will even be able to sample a a special Wye beer.
A new element for 2013 is walking and rambling, the Festival will be incorporating food walks and the Wye Business Association has adopted the “Walkers are Welcome in Wye” slogan. This Festival is intended to be as family friendly as possible but anyone thinking of coming is recommended to book as soon as possible.
The planned itinerary is subject to change but at the time of writing included the following events:
The Wye Food Festival is organised by the food group of the Wye Business Association www.wyebusiness.org.uk
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