The “Isle of Man Provenance label – Product of” indicates a product where the principal ingredients are grown, reared, caught and processed entirely on the island, and the “Isle of Man Provenance label – Made in” indicates products that have perhaps some imported content but have undergone a substantial transformation on island, resulting in a new name, character or use.
By checking here you will find the list of Hospitality businesses who have been authorised to use the “Isle of Man Provenance label – Product of” and “Made in” and have been awarded the Harvest Award.
The Provenance logo must only be used against products which are currently listed on the www.iomfoodanddrink.com website under the Food Provenance section.
The logo must NOT be used to infer that all the products in a dish are Manx.
- Manx Sirloin steak from XXXX (Company Logo)+( Isle of Man Provenance Logo) with carrots potatoes etc.
- Sirloin steak with Manx Carrots from XXXX (Company Logo)+( Isle of Man Provenance Logo) and potatoes etc.
If you feel a product has been labelled incorrectly please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Businesses authorised to use the Isle of Man Provenance logo and the products which carry the Isle of Man Provenance logo;
- The Courthouse –
- Rib-eye – Isle of Man Meat
- Fillet – Isle of Man Meat
- Strip-loin – Isle of Man Meat
- Topside – Isle of Man Meat
- Pork Fore Quarter (Bone in) – Isle of Man Meat
- Pork Fore Quarter (Boneless) – Isle of Man Meat
- Pork Belly – Isle of Man Meat