STAFF from Island businesses were busy showcasing a range of products backstage to this year's Isle of Wight Festival acts.

See some of the businesses above

Isle of Wight Tomatoes, from The Tomato Stall in Arreton, showcased its tomato relish, sauces and (of course) tomatoes at this year's Festival. 

The Garlic Farm headed backstage and set up a tasting area, offering garlic jam, mayonnaise, coronation sauce, chutney, pickles, pork scratchings and oak-smoked garlic.

Festival stars enjoyed Minghella's award-winning Italian Artisan ice cream (Honeymoon Dream is a must!).

Minghella will also be serving at Rhythmtree Festival in July.

Calbourne Classics, based out of Three Gates Farm, served cakes, scones, traybakes, yoghurts & kefirs, and said: "Thank you Isle of Wight Festival for involving and supporting us small local producers."

See Festival boss John Giddings tucking into a Calbourne Classic's flapjack.

Goddards Brewery set up with Mermaid Gin in the Guest Village, making sure festival acts didn't get thirsty!

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