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Tenderstem® in the field: Jersey

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We recently visited one of the wonderful farms that grows Tenderstem® across the British Isles, and checked in with Richard Le Cornu, a farmer based in Jersey.

Try a little Tenderstem® this summer

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We are excited to announce that this August will see Tenderstem® hitting the streets of London and the South East to give you the chance to try the best veggie on the block!

National Recipe Hunt winner in feel-good Florence

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With our National Recipe Hunt 2017 competition well under way, we caught up with last year’s competition winner, Catharine Hindmarch from Harrogate, who won her dream holiday to the stunning city of Florence.

Cards and coals at the ready... it’s that time again

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Roll out the red carpet and slippers – Father’s day will soon be upon us, so we’ve been thinking about the most fitting way to mark the occasion. It’s breakfast in bed and Sunday lunch in spring when we toast all the wonderful mothers out there, but for a summer feast for those fab dads on 19th June, it just has to be a barbeque.

A labour of love and tenderness

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As we kick off the start of the Tenderstem® UK growing season, Stuart Cox, plant breeding specialist and MD of Sakata UK, tells us the story of how our favourite versatile veg came to be. The coupling of traditional broccoli and Chinese kale that gave us Tenderstem® is one of the most solid partnerships to come out of the 90’s.

The Great Fruit Adventurer shares his Tenderstem® farm experience

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Last year, Max MacGillivray and his team embarked on a Great Fruit Adventure which took them through 18 countries and over 18,000 kilometres all whilst travelling on motorbikes. The aim of the African adventure was to experience first-hand how the UK’s best loved fruit and vegetables are produced and to educate and inspire youngsters back home on the virtues of healthy living.

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