Ideas for Tour of Britain foodies

With the Tour of Britain gearing up for stage three in Mid Wales, avid cyclists should be preparing for the long haul. Training and hydration are important to get through this difficult route, but you also need fuel!

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Take a look at our suggestions from Local Food Talk for fresh local products for pick up and delivery in the Mid Wales area.

Merlin Cheeses
Currently producing 22 kinds of cheese from goat, cow and buffalo milk waxed and sealed for locked in freshness for delivery. Boost your protein intake after a long ride with a delicious range of fruity, spicy and plain cheddars.

Blaencamel Farm
Make sure you’re consuming all the right vitamins and minerals before a hard ride with organic fruits and vegetables. The Blaencamel Farm in the beautiful Aeron Valley is ready to deliver a Blaencamel Box of fresh produce to your door.

Caermynydd Piggery
Situated within the Welsh Hills of Ceredigion the Caermynydd Piggery produces top quality home cured bacon products, sausage and fresh pork. You better stock up on that protein if you plan on taking on the route for stage thee of the Tour of Britain.

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Celtic Country Wines
The leading producer of fruit wines and liqueurs in Wales, their unique flavours set them apart from the competition. With home delivery available make sure you place your order in advance so that you can enjoy a nice glass of wine at the end of another long cycle day.

Bay View Brewery
The home of Penlon Cottage Brewery’s award-winning bottle conditioned beer. The oldest farm based brewery in Ceredigion continues to produce beer, ales and stouts using traditional and natural recipes. Pick up a case from one of our many stockists to enjoy at the end of a days ride.

If you fancy a short break along the way try out these gems for a light lunch or an icy treat.

Conti’s Cafe
This homemade ice creamery has been located in the heart of Lampeter since 1946 and still provides exceptional service to loyal and new customers. After a hard day of riding, take a break art Conti’s Cafe and enjoy their traditional and award winning flavours.

Fedwen Bakery
This quaint little bakery situated in Cardigan has fresh products on offer every day. Cycle down to Cardigan in Ceredigion and enjoy fresh bread, confectionary, cakes, pies and pasties. You deserve a baked treat after a long ride!

With the route ending in Abergavenny you will be bombarded with options for local deli’s, restaurants, cafes and bars.

Make sure you head over to the Local Food Talks website to find more local producers in the Mid Wales area. 

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