Local Food Heroes at Selfridges London
Join us this April for ‘Local Food Heroes’, when the Selfridges London Foodhall will be celebrating local producers and their products.
From delicious London-made chutneys and jams, to locally-smoked salmon, all products invited to take part in this month-long celebration are sourced from the surrounding regions of Selfridges.
Visit the Foodhall from 2 to 28 April to meet the local food heroes of your region - and find out why we think their local products are so extraordinary. Discover some of London's Local Food Heroes below.
Rosy Lee Tea
Good old fashioned British tea that not only tastes great but looks fabulous on the shelf too.
Rubies in the Rubble
Delicious, handmade chutneys and jam, made from seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Paul Wayne Gregory
A fine blend of selected chocolate, perfectly tempered to give that crispy crunch.
Delicious chocolate made at low temperatures to preserve enzymes, with the highest quality of raw organic ingredients.
All meringue kisses are hand piped, bite size, each with an organic shape and colour. They only use free range eggs and British grown sugar.
The CiCi CoCo Kitchen is an award-winning artisan food company making Italian-inspired dishes using local products and ingredients.
Moons Green Charcuterie
Moon Green produce saucisson of extraordinary depth of flavour, consistently perfect texture and a balance of flavours.
Fudge, but not as you know it. This is handmade, hand decorated, gourmet fudge, using only the finest, natural ingredients and with a range of authentic recipes from the traditional to the trailblazing.
Peace of Cake
All Peace of Cake delights are gluten and dairy-free and if you're looking for a sweet treat.
Hansen & Lydersen
Each Hansen & Lydersen salmon is carefully hand-filleted and hand-salted according to a family recipe devised by Norwegian fishmonger Lyder-Nilsen Lydersen in 1923 and smoked in London.
Visit the Selfridges London Foodhall on G from 2 to 28 April to meet the local food heroes of your region.