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Farm Shop of the Year 2018: Kent Life Food & Drink Awards

PUBLISHED: 14:11 16 October 2018 | UPDATED: 14:11 16 October 2018

Farm Shop of the Year 2018

Farm Shop of the Year 2018

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We reveal the winner of the Farm Shop of the Year award

This category is sponsored by Umbermaster Kitchens

This category recognised that a successful farm shop must not only offer a range of produce in an accessible layout, but also work in partnership with local food producers in order to bring their customers the best seasonal produce, at its freshest best.

Our finalists are:

Hadlow College Farm Shop, Hadlow

Haywards Farmshop, Hadlow

MB Farms, Stockbury

And the winner is...

Haywards Farmshop!

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