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Sponsor: Cotswold Food and Drink Awards, Warner Budgens

PUBLISHED: 18:27 29 January 2010 | UPDATED: 15:55 20 February 2013

Warners Budgens

Warners Budgens

Warner's Budgens are proud to be the main sponsor of the Cotswold Food & Drink Awards for the second year running. Warner's Budgens now sell over 700 local products worth over 1 million to the local economy and they are clearly a resounding h...

Warner's Budgens are proud to be the main sponsor of the Cotswold Food & Drink Awards for the second year running. Warner's Budgens now sell over 700 local products worth over 1 million to the local economy and they are clearly a resounding hit with customers. These include many Food and Drink award winners including The Cotswold Brewing Co, Cotswold Country Liqueurs and R-Oil.

As an independent retailer, Guy Warner and his team continue to develop long-term relationships with each supplier and work with them to grow their business in a tough retail climate.

One of their most recent innovations has been the launch of Taste, an online club that's free to join and appeals to those local customers who enjoy top quality products at decent honest prices. Each month Taste Club offers exclusive discounts on many locally-produced items and other goods, priority invitations to Food & Drink award-winning restaurants as well as hints and tips on how to get the most out of your shopping budget. Go online at www.warnersbudgenstasteclub.co.uk to find out more.

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