The Producers’ Village is my favourite part of the BBC Good Food Show Winter and it is great to catch up with familiar faces and say hello to new exhibitors. Each year more independent producers and retailers are taking part and if you want to #shoplocal here is where to find some great regional foodies.
Back for a second time The Baking Housewife from Birmingham is giving a taste of the Caribbean on stand D42 with her rum cake and sorrel cordial, which from the New Year you can also buy online.
Northampton’s Angelina Cupcakes is pretty in pink at the Bakes & Cakes village with confections that include pecan and pumpkin.
The drunken panattone or giant tubes of ameretti biscuits from Arden’s Fine Foods on E132 will make great stocking fillers.
Making her debut as a BBC Good Food Show Winter is Producers’ Bursary Award winner Pip’s Hot Sauces from Moseley. Look out for her fiery (and festive) red stand in the Producers Village G102.
Farringtons cold pressed rapeseed oil is on the mellow yellow stand F60 with new gift boxes for Christmas featuring rapeseed oil, chilli oil and a mustard dressing.
Spice up your life with the Caribbean food on J101 from Birmingham’s Tan Rosie
Warwickshire’s Purity Ales have stocked up on Christmas gift packs at B102.