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GOLD at Foxbury.

Only eight producers in the country were worthy of Gold at the Guild of Fine Foods Great Taste Awards 2010 for their fresh pork. Foxbury Farm in Brize Norton is delighted to be announced as one of these eight, being awarded the gold for their Gloucester Old Spot Loin of Pork.

The judges commented "Looks great, crackling looks amazing, smells great, crackling is stupendously good".

Farmer and Owner Colin Dawes said "the close to perfect" star rating awarded by The Guild of Fine Foods highlights the quality of the meat we rear at Foxbury Farm. It goes without saying animals that live free-range and without stress are not only happier, the meat tastes better for it."

Colin has won several other awards for his rare breed pork including a Gold for The Old Spot Banger sausages and a Gold for the Gloucester Old Spot Pork pie.

The meat was prepared in the Foxbury Butchery by skilled craftsmen who use traditional methods to prepare and cut down carcasses. The butchery is located in the farm shop and is open plan so customers can watch every process from sausage making, to preparing carcasses and boning joints.

All the pork, lamb and beef reared at Foxbury Farm is sold through the butchery and can be purchased in the farm shop. A limited selection can also be purchased online using the mail order system.

Contact Foxbury Farm on 01993 867385 or visit
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Publication:Food Trade Review
Date:Aug 1, 2010
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