Great Cornish Food Store Ltd is a company registered in England, No 9997008. VAT registration number 238095786. Registered office: Chapel View Farm, Coombe Lane, Bissoe, Truro, TR4 8RE, United Kingdom.
Having worked extensively in both the hospitality industry and fine food retailing, we sensed Oliver Basham was a great fit for us as soon as his application for the role of General Manager landed in our inbox last Autumn. And we weren’t wrong.
Ruth explains how we’re approaching the next stage of ‘unlocking’. It’s definitely not ‘back to normal’ just yet.
This year, why not mark St Piran’s Day (March 5th) by baking your own saffron cake or buns? A different way to pass another lockdown day perhaps – or how about a home school baking session?
Shrove Tuesday is just around the corner, so it’s time to perfect your pancakes. We’ve badgered our Head Chef Nik Tinney to share his top ten tips for the best results!
I wanted to bring you up to date with news from the store this week. As you will know, last weekend we took the decision to shift our focus entirely to operate a delivery and collection service only. It was a tough call to make, but these are truly challenging times for us all, and […]
We’re launching a home-delivery service on Friday 20th March to help customers continue to receive their favourite Cornish produce through the current Covid-19 pandemic. The delivery service will be offered initially to customers within a 10-mile radius of the store, taking in addresses from Penryn and St. Agnes, and from Sticker to Ruan High Lanes […]
When Mother’s Day comes around it really starts to feel like spring is here. The days are longer and our gardens are beginning to fill with lovely spring flowers. I was interested to find out that in the US Mother’s Day is celebrated in May and came about because of a peace activist called Anna […]
It comes around once a year and is usually hyped as a big corporate scheme but Valentine’s Day actually has a pretty rich history that dates all the way back to Ancient Rome! Originally a pagan fertility festival, details of which I won’t go into, Saint Valentine apparently defied Emperor Claudius II who had forbidden […]
With Christmas and New Year taking us by storm and Valentine’s day already on our doorstep, I feel like my feet have barely touched the ground these last few weeks. But here we are venturing into February with the fantastic news that we’re up for our first award of 2020, this time with the highly […]