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About Langage Farm

Langage Farm is a dairy farm producing a range of luxury dairy products including ice cream, clotted cream, soft cheese, etc.

Langage Farm Headquarter Location

Higher Challonsleigh Smithaleigh

Plymouth, England, PL7 5AY,

United Kingdom

+44 01752337723

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Langage Farm chief to step down and move to charcuterie start-up

Jun 23, 2021

Langage Farm chief to step down and move to charcuterie start-up Managing director Paul Winterton will leave Devon's Langage Farm after 21 years to become CEO at nearby Rare & Pasture 16:11, 23 JUN 2021 Paul Winterton, managing director of Langage Farm, Plymouth Sign up to FREE email alerts from BusinessLive - South West - your daily regional round-up of latest headlines, comment and analysis Invalid EmailSomething went wrong, please try again later. Subscribe When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Your information will be used in accordance with our Privacy Notice. Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice The man who gave the world strawberry flavoured clotted cream is to step down as boss of Devon dairy business Langage Farm after 21 years to take the helm at a start-up charcuterie company. Paul Winterton started as a production manager at Langage Farm, near Plymouth , and has been managing director for more than nine years. He will leave the business at the end of August 2021 to become chief executive of new business Rare & Pasture, an organic farm and meat production company, also near Plymouth. During Mr Winterton’s tenure Langage Farm grew to become one of the best known, and indeed loved, dairy brands in the UK. Constantly innovating new products, the company extended its factory at Smitherleigh, on the outskirts of Plymouth, in 2020. Langage Farm's factory at Smithaleigh, on the edge of Plymouth It also grew its workforce as products such as its high-end yogurts were a hit for Aldi, and Marks and Spencer was bowled over by its flavoured thick cream, including the popular strawberry variety. Which prompted Mr Winterton to say: “At least I created strawberry clotted cream which was a UK first, not a bad legacy.” He said the decision to leave Langage Farm after so long was a difficult one, but he leaves the business in good hands and couldn’t resist the challenge at Rare & Pasture, which had headhunted him. “Langage Farm is still strong, and I will make sure everything is ship-shape here before I move on. I had no intention of leaving the business,” he added. “But these things present themselves and it was an opportunity to progress my career. I’m grateful for the past 21 years, but this is a new opportunity, new horizons.” Mr Winterton said Langage Farm will continue to prosper under new MD Ben Harvey, and said: “I’m sure it will continue to go from strength to strength. We took the business to a different level, with the supermarkets and even to Australia and Japan. “And it was all down to the people at Langage Farm. Not just the managerial team, but the people who come in at 5am and do their jobs well. A business is only as good as the people it employs.” Mr Winteron said he is looking forward to starting at Rare & Pasture, based at Ugborough, near Ivybridge, which is an ambitious enterprise. “We are hoping to create jobs and grow the business,” he said. How to contact William Telford and Business Live Business Live's South West Business Reporter is William Telford. William has more than a decade's experience reporting on the business scene in Plymouth and the South West. He is based in Plymouth but covers the entire region. To contact William: Stay in touch: BusinessLive newsletters have been re-designed to make them even better. We send morning bulletins straight to your inbox on the latest news, views and opinion in the South West. Get our breaking news alerts and weekly sector reviews too. Sign up now - it's free and it only takes a minute. To sign up for Business Live's daily newsletters click here Andrew Owens, chairman of Rare & Pasture, said: “Since setting up Rare & Pasture last year, we’ve developed a range of unique, awarding-winning products using meat from our farm near Ivybridge. “We’ve also been building a fantastic new production facility on the farm that will allow us to expand our production. “So we’re now appointing a proven leader to bring these things together and drive the business forward. Paul brings decades of experience and a track record leading a fast-growing and innovative business.” Langage Farm has remained a working farmstead for more than 900 years, in the rolling Devonshire countryside. In 1980 the Harvey family started to produce their world-famous clotted cream from Jersey and Guernsey cows and the company has grown ever since having expanded from 100 acres in 1957 to 400 acres today. Now into its third generation, the business was set up by Len Harvey, who is still involved, but overseen day-to-day by his son James Harvey, with James’ son Ben now the new MD. FOLLOW US

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