Marlesford cafe wins Eat Out, Eat Well award for low-sugar breakfasts and naked salads

PUBLISHED: 06:15 23 March 2017

Staff at Marlesford café and farm shop received an Eat Out, Eat Well award

Staff at Marlesford café and farm shop received an Eat Out, Eat Well award


Staff at a popular roadside café received an Eat Out, Eat Well award for their healthy food and local produce.

Marlesford farm cafe was recognised for its hard work in promoting healthier options.

The gain the award, launched in 2016 with Suffolk County Council’s public health team, the café had to undergo rigorous assessments looking at the choices people were offered, how food was cooked, and healthier options.

The cafe has introduced lower sugar breakfasts, eggs cooked healthier, pies and pastries made with 50:50 wholemeal and white flour, salads without dressings and granary breads to their menu.

Cllr Steve Gallant, Suffolk Coastal’s cabinet member for Community Health, said: “This is well-deserved recognition.

“Staff pride themselves on offering fresh and local produce. We hope other businesses in Suffolk Coastal will follow this fantastic example.”


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