Following the national horsemeat crisis a major food producer in Cumbria is introducing a new labeling system to let its customers know exactly where in the county their meat is coming from.
Caterite supply pubs, hotels and schools across Cumbria and they want visitors and consumers to know that what they're eating is 100% Cumbrian and 100% what is says on the package.
Kewick School gets its meat from the supplier and Head Teacher Simon Jackson says it is important students know what they are eating.
All food is prepared by staff on the premises each day.
Caterite use suppliers from all over the county and they're keen to make sure their customers know it, With a bit of Cumbrian slang thrown in for good measure.
At Rheged today suppliers gathered to show off their Cumbrian produce. One thing they all seem to agree on is that supporting local businesses and the importance of food tourism is not new in Cumbria.