Waitrose supermarket chain opens farm store to showcase produce grown on its 4000-acre estate farm in South England.

This article titled “Waitrose flaunts foodie credentials by opening farm shop” was written by Rebecca Smithers, consumer affairs correspondent, for The Guardian on Wednesday 7th August 2013 23.01 UTC

Waitrose opens the first supermarket farm shop in the UK on Thursday as it flaunts its foodie credentials while showcasing the produce grown on its 4,000-acre farm estate in Hampshire.

The Leckford Estate outlet will sell more than 1,000 homegrown products including fresh meats and cheeses, bread, chutneys and a specially selected range of wine.

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