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Food Production Processing - Boston area Lincs.
- Abbey Park Asparagus -
Farmers, growers wholesalers of asparagus and a wide variety of other fresh seasonal vegetables
- Bakkavor -
Supply over 6,000 products in 18 fresh prepared food categories and a variety of fresh produce categories which are sold predominantly under our customers' own brands.
- Charbecue -
Charbecue Catering Company, a Lincolnshire based catering company that provides outdoor catering for all occasions.
- English Cake Company -
Creators of tailor-made cakes and bakes, big and small, for any occasion. Personal and corporate events welcome.
- Fudge Factory -
Deeping St James
Homemade Fudge at it’s very best, perfect for any occasion.
- Ginger Cow -
Catering for private buffet partys and mobile catering
- Lincolnshire Herbs -
The UK’s largest specialist potted herb supplier.
- Mayvia Belle -
Michelle Coles makes cakes for any occasion, kitchen has been inspected and registered with the local environmental health authority.
- Oslinc -
Lincolnshire Ostrich farm, fresh ostrich meat, low in fat, low in cholesterol and calories, they also sell giant eggs that you really could go to work on.
- Smith's Smokery -
Traditionally smoked food from the Lincolnshire fens, specialising in wild caught smoked eel.
- Stamford Cookery School -
Offering a range of courses at affordable prices. Located in the centre of the historic town of Stamford, Lincolnshire
- The Cakehole -
Store, Deli and Café coffees and homemade cakes
- The Hog Master -
The Hog Master of Spalding - Providing hog roasts and other meats for any occasion.
- The Samphire -
Supper Club and Catering in Lincolnshire, Not a restaurant but inspiring venues, Not a specialist shop, but monthy happenings…
- Thierry Daugeron -
Party and Events Organiser Specialist - Catering Consultant
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