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Lincolnshire is renowned for its superb local produce, independent food businesses and award- winning places to dine out. Establishments and farms across the county continue to garner praise and keep taste buds excited with their fresh, seasonal produce – so you will be spoilt for choice.

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Look out for the Tastes of Lincolnshire or Select Lincolnshire logos which are an assurance of quality local produce. There are plenty of eateries and food suppliers in Boston who have been recognised for their commitment to supplying the best, local produce. The Boston

area boasts several unique farm shops including Oslinc Ostrich Farm, which sells meat and eggs. The Ivy’s Farm Shop is a fourth- generation family run business offering fresh vegetables. Traditional butchers

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Mountain’s Boston Sausage are well-known throughout the county for their fine sausages and other delicious meats which are sold from their shop on High Street, and regularly at farmers’ markets and food fairs. Boston is also

the home of the famous Jakemans Sweets, which have soothed sore throats and chesty coughs for decades. Today the company’s

menthol confections are available in a range of tasty flavours, from Honey and Lemon to Cherry. There are cafes, tea

rooms and delis tucked away all around Boston,

Archie Hardwick Deli – Coffee

so be sure to take some time out to sit and watch the world go by over a well-deserved cuppa. Archie Hardwick’s Tastes of Lincolnshire deli and coffee shop in Dolphin Lane serves light lunches and delicious cakes – ideal for

those with a sweet tooth – while the Black Sluice Café occupies a spot by the riverside. Signature ales from the nearby Batemans Brewery in Wainfleet can be sampled in many pubs dotted about Boston. The White Hart Hotel is a

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