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Bigbarn Survey

Our Crop for the shop scheme was a huge success at a school in Leiceste.

To watch the You Tube video click here.

Do you think all schools should teach kids how to grow and cook fruit & vegetables?

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New on BigBarn MarketPlace

The Calf at Foot Dairy

We produce raw milk and beef from our pasture fed herd. We have a policy of NO grain and are members of the Pasture Fed Livestock Association.  

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Blaenafon Cheddar Company

We are a specialist cheddar cheese company based in the World Heritage site of Blaenafon, South Wales. At present we produce fifteen very distinctive cheddars and four varieties of goat's cheese. All our cheeses are hand made at our shop in Broad Street Blaenafon.

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Jace - The Catering Company

Jace The Catering Company.Not only do we deliver exceptional event or private catering, but we also offer a delicious, freshly cooked home made meal delivery service called the Supper Club. Please visit our website for the full menu.

Butler Farms

Free Range Norfolk Bronze Turkeys. All our turkeys ar Farm Fresh and reared on pasture during the day and in a deep strawed barn at night.  They are slow growing and fed on natural feed to insure great flavour and texture.

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Please note all orders through BigBarn are for COLLECTION ONLY

Lemon Tree Codials

Homemade cordials with all natural ingredients

Keep it simple cookery

KIS stands for Keep it Simple and is a BigBarn initiative to help more people enjoy great food and save money.

You can browse the videos to find recipes using cheaper,seasonal ingredients,or upload your own videos and become the next famous TV chef!

Seasonal Recipes

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BigBarn Blog

Jam & Chutney Week: Week 42 of BigBarn’s Food & Drink Weeks


The start of autumn is a period of abundance when it comes to fresh produce, with fields, trees and bushes literally dripping with cultivated delights and easy-to-forage wild treats. This also makes it a brilliant time to get back to basics and make good use of your surplus fruit and veg by preserving it.

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Guest Blog: How to Source a Local Festive Feast


For the best Christmas dinner ensure the most important meal of the year has the wow factor. So, this year, why not look locally for your festive food?

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Growing & cooking veg on the curriculum


I am convinced that growing, cooking, and selling vegetables should be on the school curriculum. Every school should have an area of raised beds and fruit trees and bushes should be planted wherever there is space.

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Sausage Week: Week 41 of BigBarn’s Food & Drink weeks


We British love our sausages and should be proud of the great quality and variety throughout the UK. Ever noticed the difference abroad?

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Roast Week: Week 40 of BigBarn’s Food & Drink weeks


Sunday Best The centre-piece to a perfect Sunday, the roast dinner is a hard meal to beat and one that's definitely worth celebrating with the whole family.

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Interesting video: End the cage age


Well done Compassion in World Farming for making this video. We need people to understand the food industry and take responsibility for their actions.

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British Food Fortnight: Week 39 of BigBarn’s Food & Drink Weeks


It seems somehow wrong that there should be a specific fortnight devoted to supporting British food, after all, shouldn't we be doing that every day? Nevertheless, British Food Fortnight has been an annual event for over ten years, and it's fair to say we all still need a reminder to check our labels for the Union Jack before we buy. With every type of food so readily available all year round, it is easy to lose track of the seasons and come to expect that we'll be able to find everything from tomatoes and strawberries, to asparagus and broad beans on our shop shelves all year long.

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