HRH The Prince of Wales & the Duchess of Cornwall visit Rhug Estate in Wales


Just as they are about to become grandparents, HRH the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall paid a visit (July 2nd) to the Rhug Estate in Wales, a leading producer of British organic meat. The Rhug Estate supplies its organic meat to a number of top restaurants in the world, Clarence House (the official residence of the Prince of Wales) and Plum, one of the UK’s leading organic baby food companies. Plum, Rhug Estate’s biggest customer, presented soon-to-be Royal grandparents with their premium quality baby food as excitement mounts in anticipation of the birth of their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s first baby.


Scott Wotherspoon, UK chief executive at Plum, said, “We were absolutely delighted that Rhug has chosen to present the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall with some Plum baby food in which the main ingredients came from the Rhug Estate. As one of Britain’s top baby food brands which has an exclusive and long-term relationship with Rhug Estate, we are on a mission to introduce fabulous organic recipes to babies and children at the earliest possible age, in a modern way, with convenient pouches. The development of superb quality and sustainable farmed organic British foods is a cause which is very close to the heart of the Prince of Wales.
“As a father of three, I would like to extend my personal best wishes to His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge and Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge as they prepare to embark on the magnificent journey of parenthood.”


In addition to the premium organic meat – lamb, beef and chicken - Plum’s recipes are also packed with super-nutritious fruit and vegetables to give babies the best start in life.  The range consists of stage 1 pouches (first weaning), stage 2 (7+ months), stage 3 & 4 (10+ months) and just launched – Plum Tots Little Foodies (12+ months). Plum baby food is available for purchase in multiple grocers and independents nationwide.

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