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  • The South Downs Festival of Food and Fizz

    Postcode: GU29 0HU

    Welcome to the inaugural South Downs Festival of Food and Fizz, 12pm-5pm, 8th June 2024 in the beautiful medieval village of Cocking nestled under the South Downs.

    We are very pleased to feature a variety of vendors who will excite your tastebuds with their local sparkling wines, craft ales and ciders, and gins; their gourmet sushi, wood-fired pizza, award-winning cheeses, more-ish bread; their honey and delectable sorbets and ice creams and chocolates; their premium herbs and spices to elevate your own cooking experience. Do have a look at our (still growing!) list of vendors below.

    The afternoon will also feature talks, including by Gusborne’s vineyard manager on regenerative viticulture; Brilliant Gin on the history of gin; Bury Bees on the lives of bees; and more. And if you’d rather sit back and enjoy some music, we have an exciting line up of Anouska Assisi, Get Catweasel and the Hench Collective, and Between the Lines.
    There will also be chances to win glorious prizes, including our South Downs Festival of Food and Fizz hamper featuring products from our vendors; a magnum of Wiston’s Brut NV; a gin hamper from Brilliant Gin; and more.

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  • Burwash Community Market .

    Postcode: TN19 7ER

    Local produce for all in the Burwash Community

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  • Dunmow Foodie Festival

    Postcode: CM6 1JU

    Dunmow Foodie Festival on the 13th July 2024 @ 11pm to 9 pm.

    We’re having tastes from across the world and 9 live musical performances.

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  • Beetroot & Pickles Bakery

    Postcode: GL54 2NT

    Small home bakery - making cakes like your granny used to make! 

    I make everything in my little kitchen at home - using old and new recipes, usually putting my own spin on things and of course a little bit of kitchen magic 💖

    Firstly, I am available regularly at a couple of local venues monthly, firstly at Clanfield festival, which is every second sunday, and then Combe mill events. Both events take place in oxfordshire. Do have a look at my facebook page for more details of location. If you attend one of said events, pop across and say Hi, and mention ‘Big Barn’ to receive a cake as a thankyou!

    I am open daily for orders and questions , but please do bear in mind products will take a day or two to arrive. 

    Postal cakes are currently limited to tray bakes. 

    Please do Email me for enquiries. 

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  • East of England Raw Honey

    Postcode: NR34 8LY

    Hello we are Lisa & Steve at East of England Raw Honey (google maps) in Ringsfield Suffolk.

    Location what3words ///natively.freshest.roofed - this leads you to our 'Raw Honey' drive entrance. Please go down the drive, pass the beehives, where you will eventually find room to park & you will see our honey shed.

    Please note: we are 'farm gate' sales from our home at present. We are cash only.

    We started with a wild swarm of honey bees over 6 years ago and now have 15 garden/field hives at home.
    We have always sold from home in our 'honey shed'.

    We harvest a small amount of honey twice a year from our own hives which is just coarsely, cold fitered to remove hive debris then put into jars, but we don't have enough to last us through the year as we leave plenty for the bees.

    Therefore, we sell some of our fellow beekeeper's unpasteurised honey from along the East of England as they have many more hives than us & therefore have more honey available. This honey is all clearly labelled with where the honey is harvested from, the type of honey and other honey/harvesting information. We are 100% transparent and authentic at all times & it is at the heart of what we do.

    (Please note: raw, unpasteurised honey will always granulate as this is a natural process & a sign of it's authenticity - this doesn't happen in heat treated/processed honey that you may find in the supermarket. Different types of honey have different rates of granulation and temperature/particulates like pollen will also influence the rate of granulation)

    Our other items for sale includes a couple of unique, artisan homemade 'chocolate' honey products:

    * a spread from honey, raw cacao (not cocoa) powder & other natural ingredients which is dairy-free, nut-free & palm oil free.
    This is made in small batches weekly. Not sales talk - this is really lovely.

    *our own small 'chocolate' bars and hearts made with just 3 ingredients: honey, cacao butter & cacao powder. This is more of a dark 'chocolate' taste, but has an awesome 'creaminess' about it. Beautiful. These products are absolutely lovely & are a very healthy alternative to regular chocolate products. 

    Please also see the Wedding Favour link on the Facebook logo.

    You can 'try-B4-u-buy' on all our honey/choc products as we offer free tasters.

    We have other seasonal produce from our garden when available. We don't use any chemicals whatsoever.
    We think we are a hidden gem & we are very happy to answer any queries about raw honey and everything we supply. Unpasteurised honey/honey products are not recommended for infants under 1 year.

    We do have frequently asked questions about 'organic' honey so please note, there is absolutely no organic honey harvested in the UK.
    This is because there is no area of land large enough for a foraging bee to gather nectar from organically certified flowers/weeds/trees/hedges etc. Honey bees can travel a total roughly 6km to forage.

    Other countries do have organically certified areas that are pristine to their own standards. Please look at the labels on honey jars which should most definitely say where the honey is produced/harvested from: typically 'Produce of .../Product of .../Harvested in ....'

    R*wse Honey has an 'organic' label on some of their honey products & certified by the Soil association, but when you go on their own FAQ's, it states they source honey from all over the world, the Soil Association then endorses it if it satisfies their standards. This is apparently a perfectly legal thing to do. How utterly misleading. You have to be a 'food detective' to get to the truth of where your food actually comes from. Meanwhile in the UK, we have tons & tons of superb natural honey readily available twice a year, every year.

    In this country, honey is harvested twice a year: May/June and again in September time, depending on the weather and what part of the country the hives are situated. We will have our own honey available end of May or in June sometime, dependant on the weather.

    To keep costs down, I use basic, informative labelling & plain food-safe wrapping, but I also have a range with bespoke labels which are handmade with our own design stamps using handmade khadi paper for the discerning customer. Gift hampers also available for every occasion & you can choose your own variations.

    Pop in & have a browse - we are here most days/eves and happy to help.

    See gumtree link for up-to-date info/photos/prices.

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  • MyGroGreenz

    Postcode: B69 2DH

    Grower and supplier of microgreens and salad items.

    Ideal for salad bars, sandwich shops, catering events, restaurants and the general public. Small, tasty from farm to plate.

    Our shop is online but if you have any questions feel free to email us at [email protected]

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  • Joleen Meadows Farm Shop

    Postcode: CH8 8LT

    Organic shop also supplying foods for those with specific dietary requirements. Friendly farm shop

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  • Butcher Farrell’s Meat Emporium

    Postcode: L40 3SA

    At Butcher Farrell’s Meat Emporium we aim to deliver a high quality customer shopping experience, showcasing carefully sourced high welfare meat products in our skilfully worked counter display. We want our customers to leave the premise knowing they have done their part for the meat industry by purchasing sustainably produced meat, which in turn will also give them the maximum flavour in their cooking. We hope that we can reinvigorate the publics’ perception of the craft of butchery and inspire the joy of cooking with quality produce.

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  • Gangplank Spirits & Preserves Ltd

    Postcode: LS27 8FU

    Producers of naturally flavoured spirits, cordials, jam and chutneys using ethically sourced products swapped with local farmers and growers or foraged from the countryside. Born on a narrowboat along the UK canal system, our microbusiness serves communities along the towpaths and festivals across the country.

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  • Thorpe Farm Centre

    Postcode: DL12 9TY

    Thorpe Farm Centre is a family run Farm Shop, Gift Hall, Restaurant/Café, Reclamation Centre and Holiday Park.

    Our fresh produce from far and wide welcomes you upon your arrival at our farm shop. From specialty teas and cakes to our very own branded biscuits and wines.

    If you are local and popping in to grab the essentials, staying on site or visiting for a day out, we have everything that you need plus so much more!  We are proud to source the best local produce from small businesses around the area and others further afield.

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  • Middleton Farmers Market

    Postcode: DL12 0PJ

    4th Saturday every month

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  • Friends of the North Highland Way

    Postcode: KW1 4UD

    We help local farmers by encouraging people to buy their products. Good nutrious food is the basis for good health and well being.

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