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Kent Foundation and Produced in Kent form Strategic Partnership to Support Food & Drink Start-ups

The Kent Foundation and Produced in Kent are thrilled to announce their strategic partnership. A move that will launch business support activities that benefit young entrepreneurs in the local food and drink sector in Kent.   Kent Foundation and Produced in Kent will run a four-session training series at the…

Could you be a Food Loop champion?

Food Loop: The Ground-breaking New App from The No Food Wasted Forum Connecting Businesses in a Bid to Reduce Food Waste  Are you an ethical food and drink business based in Kent? A new app from the No Food Wasted Forum is…

Be Vocal About Local with Produced in Kent’s Monthly Tips from the Change One Thing Campaign

Every month Produced in Kent will take a closer look at the different ways in which you can have a more sustainable attitude to food. This month, it is sharing helpful tips and advice on shopping locally.  Floortje Hoette, Chief Executive of Produced in Kent, knows that…

Karara Launches and Celebrates Vaisakhi in Style

Wednesday night saw the official launch of Karara at the Macknade Food Village in Faversham. Observing the current social distances guidelines friends, supporters and invitees attended from near and far. Paul and Rani Babra welcomed guests with the sound of…

Finalists revealed – Taste of Kent Awards 2021

Public voting has now closed and Produced in Kent is delighted to reveal the finalists for the Taste of Kent Awards 2021 (TOKA). The top three finalists in each category will now enter the final stages of the competition. They…

KARARA Set for an Exciting Launch!

With the government laying out plans for the loosening of the restrictions, it’s time to get excited about new food offerings and tasty experiences.   Spicing up the Kent food scene is KARARA, the new brand name for amazingly aromatic dishes created by local chef Paul Babra, bringing all the different aspects of the business together…

Kent Comes Out in Force to Vote For Local Food and Drink in the Taste of Kent Awards 2021

With just three days left until the public voting closes for the Taste of Kent Awards 2021, residents of Kent are showing overwhelming support for their favourite local food, tipple, farm shop, pub, or restaurant with a doubling of the…

They Say Don’t Change for Anyone; Produced in Kent Say Just Change One Thing

How customers think and behave towards shopping and sustainability is changing. Reverting to shopping locally for food during the height of the pandemic made people think more about where food comes from, how it is produced, and how its production…

MASTHOUSE SINGLE MALT WHISKY SELLS OUT IN 3 WEEKS

Masthouse Single Estate Single Malt Whisky at 45% ABV, distilled in a Pot Still, has sold out its inaugural batch of 2124 bottles within a month of its November launch. A second batch of the 2017 Vintage was released from…

MASTHOUSE WHISKY SETS SAIL FROM COPPER RIVET DISTILLERY

Copper Rivet Distillery of Chatham, Kent, has released Masthouse Single Malt Whisky (45% ABV), its first single-estate, farm to glass whisky. Crafted by Head Distiller, Abhi Banik, Masthouse Whisky is a natural, unfiltered Whisky, pot-distilled and matured in ex-bourbon and…