WBW Solicitors has joined Taste of the West, the largest independent regional food group in the UK.
Taste of the West is a unique organisation for food and drink producers, distributors, restaurants, cafes, pubs, hotels, farm shops and speciality retailers based in the South West of Britain. Taste of the West represents more than 1,000 members, each passionate about the source and quality of the products they make, serve or sell.
“Joining Taste of the West demonstrates our commitment to ensuring that we support the best of what local producers have to offer, said David Charleswoth, Head of Farms and Estates. “We have a number of regional clients within the food and drink sector and are keen to further develop this area of our business. “We recognise that obtaining sound practical legal advice for your business is just as important as the raw ingredients that go into your product. Our fixed fee packages offer exceptional value for money for all businesses from start-up to fully established ones.”
About Taste of the West
Established in 1991, Taste of the West is the leading food and drink organisation for the South West boosting market demand for regionally sourced food and drink, building innovative and effective food supply chains and helping small and medium-sized food and drink businesses to flourish.
Taste of the West works with producers, processors, retailers, wholesalers and caterers plus associated businesses, aiming to expand their markets and improve their professionalism and competitiveness.
Taste of the West holds an annual awards ceremony to acknowledge food and drink of the highest quality produced in the South West and those establishments committed to serving regional produce to their guests. The South West incorporates Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire.
For more information about Taste of the West, visit www.tasteofthewest.co.uk.