Love eating? Then you’ll love Pembrokeshire food
Food & drink in Pembrokeshire
Over many years, Pembrokeshire farmers, fisherman and local producers have earned a fantastic reputation for their high-quality produce.
Together with a new wave of independent producers, they have put Pembrokeshire firmly on the map when it comes to outstanding food and drink.
And that’s been recognised by the many food industry awards including the prestigious True Taste Food and Drink awards – the ‘Oscars’ of the Welsh food and drink industry.
Neat green and white striped awnings, blue and yellow spring flowers, melt-in-the-mouth croissants (made with goat’s butter) and better jam than I can make myself; as soon as I arrived at the local producers market in the little Welsh village of St Dogmael’s in Pembrokeshire, I started to smile.
Diana Henry in The Telegraph Travel
Look out for The Pembrokeshire Produce Mark, when buying locally. It’s an instantly recognisable logo, which shows that the product you are buying has been made in Pembrokeshire and includes food and drink producers, artists and craftspeople, hospitality establishments, which use Pembrokeshire food and drink on their menus, and retail outlets, which sell locally-made items.