The Great Game Guide is proud to announce that it is working closely with The Country Food Trust to raise money for those in need. Starting immediately, anyone who buys The Great Game Guide has the option to donate £1 to the guide price and we will pass that on to The Country Food Trust.
Catherine Farinha, Publisher of The Great Game Guide and Founder of The Chefs’ Forum said:
“This is a very important initiative for us because The CFT does a lot of work in the game sector and with many top chefs working with the Charity, it is only natural that we lend a hand. By creating an opportunity for our readers to show their support we will be able to raise the profile of the Trust and help to raise money and awareness.”
Tim Woodward, CEO of The Country Food Trust is delighted to be working with The Chefs’ Forum and The Great Game Guide to raise the profile of The CFT among chefs and game meat fans, he said
“The Country Food Trust is delighted to be working with The Great Game Guide to raise awareness of the work we do for people in food poverty. We are very grateful that they have given buyers of the new Great Game Guide the chance to donate £1 for every copy they buy.”
The CFT is a charity that raises funds to provide meals to feed people in need. The meals are produced by a specialist food manufacturer. They are game based, high in protein, low in fat and are supplied in one of two ways:
- In single, ready to use retort pouches that do not need to be refrigerated and have a one year shelf life.
- In catering packs to those charities who feed a large number of people at any one time.
The recipes have been devised by their Consultant Chef Tim Maddams who has worked tirelessly for the Charity and has devised recipes that are both tasty and nutritious and do not contain additives.
The CFT buy large quantities of frozen meat directly from reputable game dealers and donate it to those charities who have the relevant storage and cooking facilities. The charity is funded by individuals, companies, shoots, trusts and other charitable organisations.
For more information on The Country Food Trust, visit their website: www.thecountryfoodtrust.org
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