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31
Aug
2011

September = Food Festival Month

by Claire Martinsen on Wed 31st Aug 2011 00:04

September is alway mega-busy in the world of fine food – end of the summer, Harvest Festival feeling, starting thinking about Christmas………yes, it really is the month of Food Festivals and all things foodie. Here’s a quick run down of where we are out and about this month 3/4 September – Waddesdon Chilli Festival Our […]

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30
Aug
2011

Posh Pop just got even bigger........

by Claire Martinsen on Tue 30th Aug 2011 00:25

September is almost here, and very excited to say that we are launching three new additions to the Posh Pop family! Our new 750ml Sharing bottles…………available in three delicious flavours [Sloe Lemonade, Pear and Elderflower and Ginger Beer with Chilli].  To get a look at the new lovely bottles have a peek here at a […]

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26
Aug
2011

Top 5 Business Tips learnt from my kids

by Claire Martinsen on Fri 26th Aug 2011 05:37

I started my business Breckland Orchard two and a half years ago.  It might not have been everyone’s vision of how to start a business – in a recession with a one and three year old at my heels! My two little ones are affectionately referred to as the ‘mini’s’ in our household.  They are […]

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10
Aug
2011

Chilli Mad at West Dean Chilli Festival

by Claire Martinsen on Wed 10th Aug 2011 10:52

Spent three glorious days last week down near Chicester at the country’s biggest Chilli Festival – West Dean! It was our first time there………..and we absolutely loved it!  In the Chilli world its the mecca, and people had travelled from far and wide to be there [including coming down from Scotland!].  The setting for the […]

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04
Aug
2011

Chilli Fiesta at Felbrigg Hall

by Claire Martinsen on Thu 04th Aug 2011 09:26

Just back from Felbrigg Hall’s annual Chilli Festival…….a really lovely day for everyone!  A fabulous location on the North Norfolk Coast, an amazing array of food producers, lots of visitors and just oodles of passion from standholders and visitors alike.  There were over 50 stands and although a couple had travelled from a long way, […]

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