G7 push from Cornwall foodies

Carbis Bay where G7 summit is taking place
Carbis Bay

With the G7 kicking off on June 11 at Carbis Bay in Cornwall, Paul Ainsworth and a selection of Cornwall food businesses have joined forces with Cornwall Trade and Investment to show the world what the county has to offer

In the short film released in the run-up to the G7 summit, the Michelin-starred chef showcases some of the incredible ingredients, suppliers and produce the region is famous for. Brands getting their moment in the spotlight include Cornish Sea Salt, Chocolarder (producers of bean-to-bar chocolate), Rodda’s (famed, of course, for its unctuous dairy delights) and Scilly Spirit Distillery Island Gin.

High-quality film which portrays the azure coastline, lush farmland and cheerful diners is accompanied by Paul’s cheery narration, and is certain to get people all over the UK (and beyond) packing their bags for a foodie mini-break on the peninsula. Want to enjoy the delights of foodie Cornwall vicariously? Watch the film here.

The Food team have put together our own tongue-in-cheek foodie agenda for each of the G7 leaders who’ll be descending on the county. How will Macron get his cheese fix and where’s the perfect location for Boris, Carrie and baby Wilfred? Find out where we think they should visit here.

Paul Ainsworth fan? Read our recent feature on his new gin project here and enter the competition to win a stay-cay at Rock Oyster Festival (which Paul is headlining this year) here.

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