When you’re next at The Treehouse, you can be confident that you are eating well and sustainably!
We are thrilled to have been awarded the Bronze Award for’Food for Life’ as part of the soil association. This comes after recently appointing new Head Chef Gareth Clarke who has trained under Gordon Ramsey and Jamie Oliver. Adapting the menu to incorporate more locally sourced produce whilst celebrating the Northumbrian landscape!
Caron Longden, Senior Business Development Manager, Food for Life Served Here, said:
“I would like to congratulate The Alnwick Garden on achieving the Bronze Food for Life Served Here award. All of us at Soil Association are proud to be supporting your clear commitment to sourcing and serving food that is better for climate, nature and health. A fantastic achievement, leading the way for visitor attractions, please do visit for a great day out with great food!”
It is inspiring that The Alnwick Garden have achieved the Bronze award. A clear commitment to sourcing and serving good food. We recognise the challenging time that caterers are facing, and this case study shines a light on best practise.
As Bronze FFSH award holders, we are serving food that is freshly prepare by trained chefs, using ingredients that are good for our climate, nature and health, serving meat that can be traced back to the farm and meets UK animal welfare standards and much more!
Now time for silver!