Public asked for food logo feedback

The Government is asking for help from the public to pick a label for Manx food.

The Department of Environment, Food and Agriulture announced plans for a food provenance label last year, which would allow Manx producers to show that their food is grown, reared or processed in the Island, or made from mostly Manx ingredients.

DEFA has now released three designs which could feature on Manx food, and published a survey asking for feedback on the logos.

The suggested logos all feature a circle with the outline of the Island's coast, with small variations in each design.

The survey can be found on the Isle of Man Food and Drink website, and will remain available until January 22nd.