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Made in Lancashire

Lancashire’s food and drink offer is diverse and often surprising. As well as our famous cheese, our land grows lush with salad and seasonal vegetables, our sea and rivers teem with fish and seafood and the hills and estuaries make tasty grazing for sheep and cattle.

Marketing Lancashire is committed to quality, local produce and the people behind it. Committing your business to sourcing food from within Lancashire has many advantages: you can enjoy working with artisan producers to make your menus unique and give your customers an authentic taste of Lancashire. At the same time, working with local producers’ keeps money and jobs in the regional economy lowers carbon emissions and trucks off the roads.  

Serving up Lancashire food gives your customers an authentic taste of the region and can be an integral part of your brand identity.

If you want to start sourcing your food locally, or already do but want to find more inspiration, we’ve created these pages to help you and your business.

    • Lancashire Food Stories

      Lancashire Food Stories

      All you need to know about Lancashire's food and drink industry: producer profiles, chef interviews and all the news on our rural food and drink producers.

    • Source a Supplier

      Source a Supplier

      If you are looking to source your food and drink closer to home, then we can help. Our new source and supply directory lists dozens of Lancashire producers who work with foodservice and wholesale businesses.

    • Menu Ideas

      Menu Ideas

      Bring Lancashire produce to the forefront of your menus! Take a look at our suggestions for using Lancashire produce – from a celebration to a certain seasonal food type. Using local produce in this way can open up marketing opportunities and bring in customers.

    • Taste Lancashire

      Taste Lancashire

      The Taste Lancashire accreditation scheme promotes quality eating establishments. Fine dining restaurants, pubs, cafes and tea rooms can all benefit by being in the scheme.

    • Food & Drink Events

      Food & Drink Events

      One of the best ways to discover local food is to attend one of the many farmers markets and food festivals we have here in Lancashire.

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For more information, practical advice and support, call Marketing Lancashire on:

01772 426450.

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