Radio 4 – The Food Programme

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Do you send spices to India..?  What Radio 4’s the Food Programme found out about Seasoned Pioneers!

Earlier this year, Shelia Dillon from Radio 4’s The Food Programme visited the Seasoned Pioneers team as part of her fact finding mission to Merseyside.

The Food Programme visited Liverpool, which celebrates its 800th anniversary and is European Capital of Culture in 2008, to find out to what extent food culture is part of the ‘renaissance’ that’s been taking place in the city in the last few years.

Click here to visit the Food Programme’s website or to listen again to the programme and find out more about Seasoned Pioneer’s packaging, how they source the best ingredients worldwide and whether they do sell spices to India!  Unfortunately until we get Smell FM, you’ll have to imagine the smells for yourselves…

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