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We have collated a selection of unique gifts. Packaged beautifully without any use of plastics, as though you have wrapped them yourself. We are also happy to include a hand written note on our beautifully patterned papers. 

These gifts suggest a moment taken in contemplation, discovery, or time to share with those close to you. We have always felt there is a deep crossover between those that love food made by small companies to high standards and reading of literature that relates to them. Whether you have a friend that is interesting in cooking or horticulture or likes to share stories with their children and grandchildren then we have a book ......and a jar, that is perfect for them.

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"No Moutarde?": France's Mustard Crisis Explained

"No Moutarde?": France's Mustard Crisis Explained

A severe drought in Canada, abnormal weather patterns in Burgundy, Russia's invasion of Ukraine and stockpiling consumers have left French foodies without their beloved Dijon Mustard.

Plus, our new mustard formula.

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A Guide to Forced Yorkshire Rhubarb

A Guide to Forced Yorkshire Rhubarb

The origin of Yorkshire forced rhubarb is as fascinating as the vegetable itself. Harking back to the Victorian era, farmers in West Yorkshire having been planting rhubarb inside windowless, heated sheds for a very specific reason. The crop is harvested by candlelight, resulting in bright pink and sweet rhubarb.
"No Moutarde?": France's Mustard Crisis Explained

"No Moutarde?": France's Mustard Crisis Explained

A severe drought in Canada, abnormal weather patterns in Burgundy, Russia's invasion of Ukraine and stockpiling consumers have left French foodies without their beloved Dijon Mustard.

Plus, our new mustard formula.

Your post's title

Your store hasn’t published any blog posts yet. A blog can be used to talk about new product launches, tips, or other news you want to share with your customers. You can check out Shopify’s ecommerce blog for inspiration and advice for your own store and blog.
A Guide to Forced Yorkshire Rhubarb

A Guide to Forced Yorkshire Rhubarb

The origin of Yorkshire forced rhubarb is as fascinating as the vegetable itself. Harking back to the Victorian era, farmers in West Yorkshire having been planting rhubarb inside windowless, heated sheds for a very specific reason. The crop is harvested by candlelight, resulting in bright pink and sweet rhubarb.