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Parched Peas - Mushy Peas
How do you eat your peas? Whole or soft? Parched or mushy? Black or green? Carlin or marrowfat? (We’re talking proper dried peas here, not those Johnny-come-lately immature fresh “garden pea” imposters*.)

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Hodmedod awarded Best Food Producer at BBC Food and Farming Awards 2017
Wow, we won! We're over the moon to have won Best Food Producer in the 2017 BBC Food and Farming Awards.

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British Lentils growing - Hodmedod's British Pulses and Grains
After three years of research and crop trials we started harvesting the first commercial crop of British-grown lentils at the end of August. Over the next few weeks six farms in Suffolk, Hampshire, Wiltshire, Hertfordshire and Sussex will harvest a range of organic and non-organic lentils.

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Hodmedod's British Pulses and Grains
We’ve an exciting autumn ahead. We're with River Cottage at Borough Market all September, at the Abergavenny Food Festival on 16/17 September, and at the Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival on 23/24 September. The winners of the BBC Food & Farming Awards will be announced and we and our growers will be busy harvesting quinoa, lentils and beans. And don't miss our Organic September special offers!

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Hodmedod's British Pulses and Grains
We’re over the moon to be one of three finalists for the Best Producer category of the 2017 BBC Food and Farming Awards. It’s a testament to the many wonderful farmers and producers we work with – and to the potential of British farming to produce an ever wider variety of foods.

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British Peas - Carlin, Marrowfat, Blue, Split Green, Split Yellow Pea protein is on-trend for 2017. We're delighted that the sustainability benefits of vegetable protein and the naturally high levels in dried peas (rather than fresh or frozen) are being recognised but believe that minimally processed whole peas, split peas and pea flour have most to offer both nutritionally and for their taste and versatility. Read More
Soils and Pulses, a Symbiosis for Life Every year on 5th December, World Soil Day celebrates the importance of soil in the natural world and in sustaining human wellbeing. In 2016, the UN International Year of Pulses, the day's theme is the relationship between soil and pulses. Pulses depend on soil to grow but also contribute to the health and vitality of soil, helping it to sustain life. Read More

A ripening field of organic naked barley
After a global search for seed, a couple of years of trials (and several months working out how to flake and mill it) we’ve finally welcomed organic naked barley into the Bean Store.

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Pulses on Air - The Food Programme celebrates the International Year of Pulses
BBC Radio 4's Food Programme investigates pulses from Britain and further afield to mark the UN International Year of Pulses. Hodmedod's Nick Saltmarsh joined Sheila Dillon, Jenny Chandler and Sanjay Kumar in discussion at the BBC's Bristol studios.

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Great Taste 2016 Award Winners - Hodmedod's Yellow Pea Flour, Carlin Peas, British Quinoa
Great Taste 2016 Award Winners - Hodmedod's Yellow Pea Flour, Carlin Peas, British Quinoa

Three of Hodmedod's British-grown pulse and grain products are among the 2016 Great Taste awards winners! We're delighted that the quality and taste of our Yellow Pea Flour, canned Carlin Peas and British Quinoa have been recognised in these acclaimed awards, widely considered as the benchmark for fine food and drink in the UK.

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