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27th June 2022

Produced in Kent area back at the Kent County Show!

For the first time since 2019, the Kent County Show is back, and Produced in Kent returns to the region’s showcase event for farming, agriculture and countryside life with its own area.

For over 15 years, Produced in Kent has been an integral part of the Kent County Show, showcasing the finest Food, Drink & Craft from the county in their much-loved marquee - which has moved this year to the Main Avenue, just before the Bandstand.

Thanks to the generous support of sponsor and Produced in Kent industry partner Azets, visitors to the show can browse over 20 stalls selling the most delicious produce and products from the county.

Stallholders include:

Anno Distillers, Beauty Stable, Biddenden Vineyard, Cantium Gin, CAR design, Carrington Foods, Concept Skin, Corkk, Crumbs & Treacle, Macie Cakes, Pelegrims, Pork & Co, Pure Wix, Seaglass by Archie, Simply Ice Cream, The Aromatic Candle Company, The Cheesemakers of Canterbury, Whitstable Oyster Co, Wild Box, Wooden Spoon Preserving Co

Hayley Kingsnorth, Partner at Azets said: “We are delighted to support Produced in Kent at this year’s Kent County Show. The team at Azets has a passion for helping small to medium sized enterprises, here in Kent, across the UK and internationally.

“With our extensive experience of the food and agriculture industry, we are able to offer specialist advice to local businesses on a whole range of accounting, tax and advisory matters. We’re looking forward to meeting PinK members at the show and finding out how we can help their businesses now and for the future.”

Floortje Hoette, CEO at Produced in Kent said: “Without Azets’ support, we would not have been able to offer our members the opportunity to trade in a dedicated Produced in Kent area at the show. To me this is proof that the wider business community recognises the role that independent local food and drink businesses play in our Kent economy, and are keen to support them. Having our own area at the show puts our members in the spotlight, shows customers the high-quality and breadth of Kent produce/products and brings them in direct contact with the inspirational people behind those products.”

Prebooked tickets are available from the Kent County Show website at £19.50 per adult, children under 13 go FREE!

Adult tickets will be £22 on show days.

Book here:

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Biddenden Cider Bottles

Biddenden Cider

Our famous Biddenden Cider has been made the Barnes family recipe for three generations.

Biddenden Ortega

Biddenden Vineyards

The vineyard has remained family owned and is today run by the second & third generation, drawing on many years of experience in winemaking at Biddenden.

CAR Designs necklace

CAR Designs

Handmade Jewellery and Silverware made in the heart of Kent.

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Produced in Kent

Corkk Ltd

Corkk is all about celebrating the discovery of delicious, distinctive English and Kent wines.

Pelegrims Product Set WEB


Pelegrims is a newly launched “low intervention, single vineyard” skincare from the heart of the North Downs

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Pure Wix

Our candles, wax melts, shampoo bars and soaps are vegan/vegetarian friendly using plant based oils, butters and waxes.

Puriskin lavender oil
Archies Sea Glass

Sea Glass by Archie

Simply Ice Cream

Simply Ice cream

Simply Ice Cream are passionate about making great quality, natural ice cream and sorbet.

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The Aromatic Candle Co.

Our products are designed to offer a little bit of luxury every day at an affordable price.

Cheesemakers of Canterbury cheese shelves

Cheesemakers Of Canterbury

Our cheese is made from unpasteurised British Freisan cows milk at the newly refurbished Dargate dairy site, Lamberhurst farm near Canterbury.

Wooden Spoon honey

The Wooden Spoon Preserving Co. Ltd

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Whitstable Oyster Company Ltd

The Whitstable Oyster Fishery Company, which still runs the oyster trade today, was originally set up by an Act of Parliament in 1793.