TV chef Alan Coxon has been invited to help the UK Government’s international GREAT Britain campaign.
Alan, who trained at Isle of Man College and previously owned the Taste of Magic restaurant in Port St Mary, will represent and promote British food, beverage and tourism industries.
The aim of the campaign is to increase awareness and generate export opportunities.
He will also be wearing his food archaeologist hat to help promote the culinary heritage within British tourism.
‘I am honoured and extremely proud to be a part of the GREAT Britain campaign and I hope that my involvement will make an impact and a difference for the British food, beverage and tourism industries,’ he said.
‘Wherever I go around the world I love to extoll the virtues of our great British culinary heritage; where every ingredient has a place of birth and every recipe a creator.
‘We have a fantastic menu of dishes that have travelled the globe and evolved through the centuries that remain truly great today.’