- News from the farm
Niche varieties keep me in the game
Organic fruit grower Joe Pardoe reflects on a difficult cherry season and why unusual varieties and crosses help small growers survive.
By Joe Pardoe - 26th July 20191
Jack Thompson has been redeployed from a sales rep to a picker on Riverford's Devon farm. In this two-part newsletter, he writes about life in the fields.
By Jack Thompson - 5th August 20200
Fry them, bake with them, add Indian spices or sprinkle with sheep’s cheese – read our top inspiration for how to cook with courgettes.
By Becky Marshall - 4th August 20200
A campaign is urging the public to spend their government vouchers at independent restaurants to prevent closures and support local ecosystem of suppliers and staff.
By Nina Pullman - 3rd August 20200
Food poverty isn’t easy to talk about but free school meals are a vital safety net for low-income families, writes Becky Marshall.
By Becky Marshall - 31st July 20202
This month's GYO Wicked Leeks gardening column tackles what winter veg to start sowing now to bring colour to your winter veg patch.
By Sarah Brown - 30th July 20200
Following our beliefs rather than fickle consumer fashions made us stand out, and allowed us to stick to what we did well.
By Guy Singh-Watson - 29th July 20201
I’m Jack from the Riverford face-to-face marketing team. Normally you would see me at shows, food festivals, markets, and high streets, flying the Riverford…
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