Gainsborough: Redhill Farm is chosen as one of the UK’s 50 Food Stars

Jane Tomlinson, MD Redhill Farm Free Range Pork and Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Elizabeth Truss MP with the UK's '50 Food Stars'.

Jane Tomlinson, MD Redhill Farm Free Range Pork and Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Elizabeth Truss MP with the UK's '50 Food Stars'.

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National award-winning Redhill Farm Free Range Pork has been recognised as one of the UK’s 50 Food Stars by the Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

Elizabeth Truss MP selected Redhill Farm, near Gainsborough from hundreds of award-winners in the UK Food and Drink industry and invited founders, Jane and Terry Tomlinson, to the launch of DEFRA’s 50 Food Stars initiative in London.

The new initiative has been launched to champion and celebrate the most exceptional and exciting food and drink businesses in the UK.

As a Defra 50 Food Star, Redhill Farm has become part of a select group of like-minded quality independent food and drink businesses sharing experience and ideas and gaining support from world-leading experts and entrepreneurs in the UK Food and Drink industry.

Jane Tomlinson, MD, said: “We are incredibly proud to be considered as one of the rising stars in the UK food industry.”

“Terry and I had an amazing day meeting many like-minded producers, many of whom we already knew as fellow national award winners.”

“The launch was a great day of celebration of the achievements and successes of Britain’s independent food and drink producers as well as plenty of inspiration to look to the future.”

Elizabeth Truss MP said: “As a country we’ve always been a place where sparky entrepreneurs come up with great innovations in food and drink.”