Flavours of LOCKDOWN
Cornwall Life|November 2020
The spring lockdown created thousands of new entrepreneurs – and Cornwall’s food and drink industry has been boosted by hundreds of new products. Whet your appetite...

Reducing food miles, looking for something bespoke or artisan – or simply wanting to support makers and local companies at a time when they need it: whatever your reason Cornwall’s Food and Drink industry is beginning to blossom again.

While many local makers, shops and eateries were badly hit by the Covid-19 restrictions, many also used the time to develop their business – adding new services that reflect the needs of our new way of living, improving online shopping and even developing a host of new products. Entrepreneurs have also taken the leap to creating new businesses using their restricted time to fulfil lifelong dreams.

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