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Local ingredients. Local food. What is ‘local food?’ There is no universal definition of local food, but it is generally considered to be food grown or produced, processed, traded and sold within a geographic radius of 30-50 miles. Source: www.makinglocalfoodwork.co.uk.

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local food
Local food

What is ‘local food?’

There is no universal definition of local food, but it is generally considered to be food grown or produced, processed, traded and sold within a geographic radius of 30-50 miles.

Source: www.makinglocalfoodwork.co.uk

motivations for buying local food
Motivations for buying local food

Source: IGD Shopper Trends 2010 report

protected food names
Protected food names

In 1993 EU legislation came into force which provides for a system for the protection of food names on a geographical or traditional recipe basis.

The scheme highlights regional and traditional foods whose authenticity and origin can be guaranteed.

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Protected food names

Protected Designation of Origin:

Open to products which are produced, processed and prepared within a particular geographical area, and with features and characteristics which must be due to the geographical area.

Examples: Blue Stilton cheese, Cornish clotted cream, Shetland lamb, Jersey Royal potatoes

http://www.defra.gov.uk/food-farm/food/protected-names/

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Protected food names

Protected Geographical Indication:

Open to products which must be produced or

processed or prepared within the geographical

area and have a reputation, features or certain

qualities attributable to that area.

Examples: Cornish pasty, Arbroath smokies, Welsh beef, Cumberland sausage

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Protected food names

Traditional Speciality Guaranteed:

Open to products which are traditional or have customary names and have a set of features which distinguish them from other similar products. These features must not be due to the geographical area the product is produced in nor entirely based on technical advances in the method of production.

Example: Traditional farm fresh turkey

blue stilton cheese
Blue Stilton cheese

Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire (6 diaries)

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Cornish Yarg

Cornwall

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Scad plums

Lincolnshire

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Bakewell Pudding

Bakewell, Derbyshire

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Haggis

Scotland

pease pudding
Pease pudding

North East

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Pork pie

Melton Mowbray

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Oatcakes

Scotland

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Shortbread

Scotland

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Soda bread

Ireland