Josep Maria Ramis, Regional Director of El Corte Inglés in the Balearics, the Consul General, Andrew Gwatkin, the Deputy British Ambassador to Spain, Daniel Pruce, leading British chef and restaurateur Marc Fosh and the editor of the Majorca Daily Bulletin, Jason Moore at the Great British food stand.


Palma.—The Deputy Ambassador to Spain, Daniel Pruce, the Consul General, Andrew Gwatkin and the Vice-Consul to the Balearics, Gillian Brion, visited El Cortes Inglés on the Avenidas in Palma yesterday to help promote the “The GREAT British Festival” which the British government has launched with the department store across the country to highlight “why Britain is great”.
Until 9 November, the store will be stocking some of  the very best British products from all over the United Kingdom and the Regional Director of El Cortes Inglés in the Balearics, Josep Maria Ramis, was on hand to welcome the delegation from the British government and take them on a tour of the stand. The Manager of the Gourmet Club, Luis Molina, was also on hand to guide the visitors through the range of products which, according  to store management are proving a great success and selling very well.
The “Shopping is GREAT Britain” is taking place across the country at 35 El Corte  Inglés department stores but next Thursday, the Daily Bulletin in association with El Corte Inglés and the top British chef in Spain, Marc Fosh, will be hosting an evening of show cooking with Fosh using the very best of all the products available as part of the promotion to demonstrate exactly why British shopping is “GREAT”.


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