London event to showcase Scottish oysters Published: 09 April, 2008
SCOTTISH oysters will be on show at a London food festival this month.
Argyll-based Loch Fyne Oysters will be attending the inaugural Real Food Festival at Earls Court. The festival is open to both the trade (Thursday, 24 April) and to the consumer, (Friday, 25 Sunday, 27 April).
The Loch Fyne stand will be among 500 of the worlds best small food and drink producers gathered at the biggest farmers market in Britain.
The Real Food Festival focuses on small producers who care about sustainability, provenance, biodiversity and fairness to farmers and rural communities.
Loch Fyne Oysters will also host its own festival of local food, wine and ales at the Loch Fyne Food Fair from May 10-11 at Cairndow, near Inveraray, Argyll. This years festivities include a Dinner/Ceilidh on the Saturday Night to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Loch Fyne Oysters Ltd.
Loch Fyne Oysters rears its own oysters and mussels and runs a traditional smokehouse, smoking and curing fish using methods handed down over the years.
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