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Our home-grown food is as unique as the landscape it comes from, so you really can get a taste of North Wales by sampling our produce. And if you ever needed an excuse to indulge, how about this? Our range of locally-produced food hasn't clocked up many food miles, so it's better for the environment.
Regional food producers welcome Group visits by arrangement, so you can taste for yourself at places like Lord Newborough's Rhug Estate - one of the largest organic farms in Wales, complete with on-site shop voted among 'The top 50 Best Food Shops in The UK' by The Independent.
Food-lovers literally flock to Swan's Farm Shop near Mold. Gail Swan was recently voted NFU Cymru/Natwest Wales Woman Farmer of the Year. And when Gareth and Falmai Roberts started producing yoghurt at Llaeth y Llan in 1980, the yoghurt was cultured in the farmhouse airing cupboard.
These days, production is on a grander scale and their 20 varieties include cointreau and whisky flavour. We think our home-grown food is worth celebrating, which is why we hold food festivals throughout the year. From Conwy Seed Fair in March, Llyn Land & Seafood Festival in May, Mold Food & Drink Festival in September, to Anglesey Oyster & Welsh Produce Festival, Llangollen Food Festival and Gwledd Conwy Feast in October and there's more. Consider this your invitation.