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“Two Hungry Boys” Creator Wins Sustainable Restaurant Award

After the success of Channel 4 documentary “Two Hungry Boys”, the show’s creator has gone on to win The Sustainable Restaurant Association’s Award for Sourcing.

Food writer, broadcaster and campaigner, Hugh Fearnley, has been acknowledged for the minimal impact his Dorset restaurant has had on the environment.

The River Cottage in Axminster prides itself on sourcing the very best local and seasonal provisions including milk, eggs, bread, meat, poultry, beers and wines.

Energy is also sourced locally through a wind turbine and a bio mass boiler that is fuelled with clearings from local forests.

Not only this, but Fearnley also re-invests much of the restaurant’s profits in developing the project’s ideology.

More information about Hugh Fearnley’s restaurant can be found here.

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