About the Norfolk Food and Drink Festival
The Festival is co-ordinated by a non-profit organisation with any revenues ploughed back into arranging, promoting and developing the event. Our objective is to encourage everybody to have a better understanding of the importance of Norfolk food and drink to our economy, environment, health and well-being, countryside and agriculture. We aim to promote the event as a destination festival to encourage visitors to Norfolk. The Festival also allows us to promote opportunities for the food and hospitality industries to engage with the public.
The 2020 Festival will run from Saturday 26th August to Sunday 4th October with a strong focus around six main weekends drawing locals and visitors from Norfolk and beyond to demonstrate the diverse range of food and drink found in our fabulous county.
Interested in being involved? Want to find out more and connect with us? Here’s how…. sign up to our e-newsletter for regular news updates for the 2020 Festival. If you are a business and want to run your own event click here to contact us. To chat about your possible involvement or if you have an idea to run past us please contact Clare – our Festival Co-ordinator on 07908 730818 or email email@example.com
Let us take you from A to Z with Norfolk food – A for apples and apple juice from local growers: B for beer! Both micro breweries and long established favourites; C for chocolate and chillies made or grown in Norfolk; D for ducks; E for free-range and rare breed eggs; F for fish, of course!; G for greens be it our famous asparagus or peas; H for honey from Norfolk apiaries; I for our delicious local ice cream; J for jam, created the traditional way; K for kale; L for lamb from some of our rare breed farmers; M for milk, a staple of the Norfolk farming world; N for Norfolk Lavender, O for oysters, oats and organic; P for our free-range pork; Q quiche made using Norfolk ingredients; R for rapeseed oil and rare-breed meat; S for our fantastic shellfish; T for our famous Norfolk Black turkeys; U for unrefined sugar; V for venison, W for wheat, grown to perfection in Norfolk, and wine!; X for handmade xmas cake and puddings; Y for thick, creamy yoghurt; and Z for zesty salads.