Inspirational producers connect to consumers

King, Jane; Wanstall, Douglas
August 2008
Farmers Weekly;8/8/2008, p97
Trade Publication
The article features the Bank Farm at Ashford in Kent, England. Owner Douglas Wanstall is pioneering a local food distribution hub and has had remarkable success in supplying hospitals, schools, hotels, food stores and restaurants. In just six years, he has developed a business with a £5 million turnover. He predicts revenue will quadruple to £20 million by 2011.


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