The Little Herb Farm, a Pittenweem based business specialising in artisan foods, will be appearing at the BBC Good Food Show later this month after it was one of just 20 businesses in the UK to receive an annual award.
The small business, which sells a wide-range of culinary, medicinal and decorative herbs and a growing selection of handmade herbal products, has been awarded the BBC Good Food Producers Bursary, which serves to reward small, independent producers with free opportunities to attend the BBC Good Food Shows.
Penny Turnbull, owner of the East Neuk business said: “I’m delighted to have my fruit and herb vinegars recognised by the BBC’s bursary programme and to be given the opportunity to attend the Glasgow Good Food Show with my products.”
Katy Truss, who manages the awards said: “The judging team, which included BBC Good Food editors, were delighted with this year’s selection of winners and I’m sure the BBC Good Food Show visitors will be too!”
The BBC Good Food Show takes place at the SECC, Glasgow from October 18-20.