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Mustard production has been revived in Durham, the birthplace of this zesty creation. Manufacturers are keen to join forces for collaborative ventures concerning this vibrant condiment.

Resurrecting mustard production in Durham was the brainchild of Visit County Durham, as part of its work to develop the county as a culinary destination through the Taste Durham initiative. Visit County Durham joined forces with local business owner Anya Kirkby to develop and deliver the wholesale venture, which aims to establish Durham Mustard as a popular condiment across the North East and beyond.

Anya, who also runs a successful Durham-based sweet business, is looking for potential stockists and collaborators, including farm shops, accommodation providers, food manufacturers and restaurants that would like to serve mustard as part of their offering.

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