1 Feb 2016

Chinese New Year 2016

Golden Dragon food celebrate Chinese New Year 2016

Golden Dragon Food celebrate Chinese New Year 2015 at our Liverpool HQ.
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14 July 2015

New Product Launched - Salt & Pepper Season Shakers

New Product Launched-Salt & Pepper Season Shakers

Golden Dragon Food launch Salt & Pepper Season Shakers. Available in 4 delicious flavours.
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21 Feb 2015

Chinese New Year at Golden Dragon!

Golden Dragon food celebrate Chinese New Year 2015

Golden Dragon Food celebrate Chinese New Year 2015 at our Liverpool HQ.
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6 Oct 2014

Morrisons choose Golden Dragon

Morrisons choose Golden Dragon

New deal just announced with supermarket giant Morrisons that will see our oriental food range extended in stores. Read more

11 Sept 2014

Golden Dragon in the Liverpool Echo

Golden Dragon in the Liverpool Echo

Golden Dragon is featured in a double page article in the Liverpool Echo as small business of the week. Read the article

Chinese New Year 2016


Golden Dragon Are Proud To Provide Liverpool With Europe's Largest Dragon


Liverpool's new Chinese dragon was welcomed to the city with an eye-opening ceremony in Chinatown last night. The traditional ceremony was performed by students at Liverpool’s Hung Kar Kung Fu school, based on Bridport Street in the city centre.

People lined the streets to give their blessing to the new brightly-coloured dragon head ahead of Chinese New Year. Before a new dragon is used in a performance, it is customary for them to have their eyes opened, and effectively be “brought to life”.

A new hand-crafted dragon has been imported from China to help Liverpool welcome in the Year of the Monkey. Golden Dragon have provided the chinese dragon, it's the longest dragon in the UK at 105 ft (32 meters) long, it takes 14 men to carry it and is made by a family who have been in the industry for over 100 years, passing their techniques down through the generations. There was also a fire cracker display to awaken the ancient beast.

Read the Liverpool Echo article here.

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