MORRISONS is on the look out for Yorkshire’s best food and drink producers and is inviting suppliers from across the region to pitch for a place on its shelves.

The search means that Yorkshire customers will be able to buy more food from Morrisons that was grown or made in Yorkshire.

The supermarket already stocks lots of the foods from Yorkshire but is going one step further to uncover hidden Yorkshire gems, said Mark Collings, Morrisons regional manager for Yorkshire.

“Our customers tell us they want to see even more food that is made in God’s own county and that’s why we’re asking the best suppliers to get in touch.”

So on Tuesday, March 14, Morrisons buyers are inviting the best local suppliers to showcase their products at an event at the Keighley supermarket.

Morrisons will also be working with members of the Women’s Institutes in their communities around the UK, using their local knowledge and expertise to source and select the best suppliers in their area.

The company is already the single largest customer of British farming and it also makes most of the fresh food that it sells.

For further information about the programme, entry requirements and terms or to apply, please visit The closing date for applications to the Keighley event is Friday March 3.