Community farm’s paleo plaudit

Fordhall Organic Farm near Market Drayton is celebrating double success in the 2017 UK Paleo Awards 2017, winning Paleo Meat Supplier of the Year and coming runner-up in Paleo Business of the Year.

Fordhall’s Jules Pimlott said, “It’s just starting to sink in what an amazing achievement this is; out of 96 entrants, down to 76 finalists, and then being awarded winner and runner-up. Paleo is a route that we’d not fully considered and fell into due to our traditional farming methods.

“We’re now looking forward to embracing the concept fully by stocking the amazing products from the other entrants in our farm shop. We’re so lucky to have a dedicated team who fully appreciate the Fordhall ethos and endeavour to provide expert advice to customers who care about the provenance of the food they eat.”

The Paleo diet is a back-to-basics approach to food and cooking. The aim is to eat as naturally as possible by opting for grass-fed meats, lots of fruit, vegetables and whole foods such as nuts as seeds, and avoiding all things processed.


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