Flavourfresh Salads win silver gilt award at RHS Tatton Park Show

Merseyside tomato grower Flavourfresh Salads won a silver gilt award at the RHS Tatton Park Show.

It was recognised for its stand, which recreated a 1920s shop full of different coloured tomatoes - all grown at the company's nurseries on the Southport coast - for visitors to taste.

Flavourfresh managing director Mike Fradsham said: "We are delighted to receive these awards as our team puts in a lot of time and effort to create the displays. But our main aim is to promote the British tomato industry in the north of England."


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