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  • Kentish Town Vegbox

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    Vegbox is a community-led organic vegetable box scheme based in Kentish Town in north London, with a weekly selection of fresh seasonal produce, sourced as locally as possible. We are: Local and seasonal – we source as locally as possible, and work within the limits of what is seasonally available in England. A consumer co-operative – our customers are our members. Low carbon – our members collect their weekly vegetable bag from community pick-up points around Kentish Town, a sociable way of cutting down on pollution and air miles. Not for profit: any surplus we make will be re-invested in the organisation and in growing projects. Fair trade – we’re harnessing the collective buying power of our community and providing a regular outlet and fair price for small-scale organic farmers. Accessible – we aim to make our weekly organic vegetable bags as affordable as possible. Low waste – we only order what we need each week and any left over after packing is given to local partners – currently The Fields Beneath cafe, the Calthorpe Project, Ladies and Gentlemen bar, and Camden Homeless Solidarity Space. Ambitious – by working together, we want to help build an alternative economy in which we support sustainable farms and consume our food more mindfully.

  • Wilde & Greene Organic Farm Shop

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    Wilde & Greene offer a very unique service. Set in the heart of Tuddenham on Longwood Farm, we are able to offer our customers the very best food that the UK has to offer, from the best independent farmers and producers out there. ​ We challenge the supermarkets and the way that they do business. We run our shop the way that we think every shop should be run – putting our customers and our suppliers before profit and work tirelessly to provide our customers with fresh produce and new products of exceptional quality and with a transparent supply chain. ​ We are extremely lucky, as the farm that our shop is located on also happens to be the only raw milk and raw kefir supplier in the East Anglia area. Helping our customers to improve their overall health is top of our list of priorities – which is why we offer specialty products such as the raw kefir, unpasteurised fermented foods and kombucha. There is always a member of our team who is available to assist you with any queries that you may have about trying new products.

  • Real Economy – Bristol

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    Real Economy is a charitable community benefits society with a trading arm. We offer the community of Bristol an alternative way of buying their food. – Customers order online in the Real Economy shop, our trading arm, including the whole range of regular groceries from fresh fruit and veg (a large organic range is available) meat, dairy, bread, kitchen cupboard essentials and cleaning products. – All products are sourced from local farms, small independent local businesses and ethical suppliers who receive a fair margin that allows them to make a decent living. – Customers can avoid supermarkets and support a large range of small local businesses without having to travel all over the city. Real Economy prepares the individual orders and delivers to collection points around Bristol every Thursday. The important point is that people can use their weekly shop to have a wider impact: Supporting the community and tackling food hardship and isolation in the city. Any profits made by the trading arm are invested in the Real Economy Centres, which provide access to healthy food and social engagement for members of the community that face food insecurity. Participants share a weekly communal lunch and social activities, such as growing food, cooking or craft sessions.

  • Buttle Farm

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    Extensive free range rare breed pig farm, producing fresh pork for sale to select local restaurants and direct to the public. Also, producers on-farm of award winning charcuterie, including salami and air dried ham plus bacon and cured ham. Luxury barn conversion available as holiday accommodation. Events space for weddings, parties, drinks etc

  • One Mile Bakery Hale

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    Delivering artisan sourdough by bike within a 1 mile radius. Also offering inspirational bread classes. Hi, my name is Matt Townley. Put simply, I love baking, I love good food and I love to cook for my family and friends – I come from a big farming family of passionate home cooks. When I was younger I was told by a very wise person: “If you want to show somebody that you really love them, cook them a good meal”. I have always lived by this mantra. One Mile Bakery Hale is all about the joy of delivering delicious homemade, handmade food from my kitchen within my mile and teaching inspirational baking classes so you can bake amazing bread at home to share with the people you love.

  • Fordhall Organic Farm

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    The Fordhall  Community Land Initiative (FCLI) is a social enterprise owned and run by 8,000 non-profit making shareholders. It owns Fordhall Organic Farm, utilising it to reconnect the community to food and farming through events, volunteering and educational activities. The FCLI leases the farm land to a tenant farmer, Ben Hollins. Like any other tenant farmer, Ben manages the land, livestock and farm shop with his own staff and pays a monthly rent to the FCLI. The farm shop and online store stocks meat raised on the farm as well as locally-grown vegetables and locally-produced produce including milk, cheese, yoghurt, honey, alcohol and other artisan foods. They now have their own bakery on site, making pasties, pork pies, sausage rolls, steak pies and more. Fordhall can deliver nationwide though the online shop or you can pop in and collect your meat and produce fresh from the counter. As well as the farm shop and educational visits, Fordhall also has its own 30-seater bistro. Arthur’s Farm Kitchen serves hot food all week (Tues-Sun), starting with breakfasts, followed by lunches and cold sandwiches or soups late afternoon. All this in addition to home-made cakes, scones, freshly ground organic and fairtrade coffee, organic/herbal teas and a great atmosphere.

  • Made in Hackney – Local Food Kitchen

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    We believe everyone should have access to healthy, affordable food that’s good for people and planet. This means transitioning to a food system and diet with local, seasonal, organic, plant-based foods at its core. In our beautiful recycled kitchen we teach vital food growing, cooking and composting skills. Our program covers everything from basic plant based cookery skills to sugar free baking, preserving, bread making, foraging and making your own non-toxic homemade cosmetics. We deliver fun, inspiring and informative cookery and preserving classes using produce from Growing Communities veg box scheme to community groups such as teen carers, adults in rehab programs, new parents, low income families, young people excluded from school, young people in care, local food growers and anyone else with a desire and need to learn about healthy sustainable food. Amazing local volunteers run our pay-by-donation Community Classes on bi-weekly Sundays where new skills such as lactic fermenting, sour dough bread making, home herbalism, Rastafarian Ital food cookery and much more is taught in a fun, relaxed environment. Our program of Masterclasses are led by holistic chefs, herbalists and nutritionists and feature everything from raw food, live cultures and ferments, homemade cosmetics, vegan baking and much more.

  • Hen Corner

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    Hen Corner is a little bit of country life in London that brings an oasis of calm to busy routines. We’ve got an overflowing kitchen garden, eleven fruit & nut trees, a growing flock of hens and a few colonies of honey bees. With a shed storing chutneys, preserves and our cider press; we’ve got big ambitions! You may not be as excited as us when we see the first spears of asparagus peeping through, but we know that they’ll be great with a home-made hollandaise… We are trying to live more sustainably and encourage others to with our Courses, Blog and Media Contributions. We often have surplus produce that we are happy to sell on.

  • The Ethicurean

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    The Ethicurean is founded on a sense of place. This is the idea of having a connection with the native land, its history and the community who grow food locally upon it. Our family team seek to discover harmonious pairings between the ingredients that surround the walled garden. At the Ethicurean, we are proud of our food principles. Our fantastically supportive customer base who visit all year round often concur heartily. Purveyors of entirely seasonal, local and ethical British produce, all meats are from free range livestock or wild. Our fish is responsibly sourced. We are also supporters of organic agriculture, fair trade and Rainforest Alliance. We produce natural apple juice from our unsprayed orchards. The Ethicurean strive to look for alternatives to all imported fresh produce and constantly look as close to our home for the best ingredients which are often foraged or shot a stone’s throw from our walls or grown within. Mark Cox is the gardener at Barley Wood. He is a one-man band with an incredible passion for Heritage and Heirloom vegetables. Our menu changes twice daily. Look online for an example menu.

  • Veg Patch Kitchen Cookery School

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    Bread making and cookery classes in Ironbridge, Shropshire. Full- day, half-day and evening classes. Courses include Bread basics, Sourdough, Ciabatta and Baguettes, Sweet Dough, Baking with Freshly Milled Flour, Bread making with heritage grains, Bread & Butter, Butter and Soft Cheese, Pastry and Scones, Easter baking, Christmas breads

  • Withies Delicatessen

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    Award winning deli in the heart of the Somerset Levels, focusing on South West produce. Bakery courses available. Best Sourdough in the South West – Western Bakery Championships 2018. Retailer of the Year 2018 – Somerset Life.

  • Burmieston Farm and Steading

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    A space to stay, learn and enjoy life. Bring your family or your work colleagues, stay for the day or the week. Self catering or catered. Sleeps up to 12 adults. Space for 20 for a meeting. 40 for a get-together. The natural world is key to our business and this shows through in all our space’s details from local food to recycled furniture to low VOC paint. Come and enjoy the peace and the space.

  • Sheepdrove Organic Farm & Eco Conference Centre

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    Sustainable, organic and environmentally sound, Sheepdrove Eco Conference Centre combines exceptional surroundings with the most advanced technology and attentive service to make your event a complete success. The conference centre is housed in a beautiful, eco-friendly building set at the heart of a 2,500 acre working organic farm,  surrounded by fields and woodlands, with spectacular views across rolling Berkshire downland. This purpose-built conference environment has state of the art presentation equipment and conference facilities for between nine and 200 delegates. Each room offers a unique space for different styles of meeting – and there are plenty of break out areas. In the vaulted dining room, food cooked from organic produce grown and raised on the farm is served. Visitors can take farm tours and see how an organic system works. Or they can simply wander through grassy meadows, past grazing animals and native woodland, along the reed beds which transform waste water from the conference centre into a clear, clean lake. Poultry, beef, lamb, mutton and pork are reared on the farm and processed to high standards in terms of welfare and meat quality. It is all Soil Association-registered and completely GMO-free. Sheepdrove also has a butchers and shop in London (http://sheepdrove.com/our-london-shop/) selling organic and GMO-free meat reared on the farm. The store also stocks fine organic wine, their own Sheepdrove honey, preserves, organic wholemeal flour, organic eggs, game (when in season), and an eclectic collection of books.

  • ProVeg International

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    ProVeg is an international food awareness organisation working across four continents. Its mission is to reduce the global consumption of animals by 50 per cent by the year 2040. Many of the world’s most urgent problems share a common cause: our food choices. ProVeg is dedicated to raising awareness of how we can tackle these problems through diet. Our food choices can become a multiproblem solution. ProVeg inspires and motivates people to live a more plant-based lifestyle by raising awareness of the five PROs – or reasons – for doing so. ProVeg supports everyone who is interested in changing their eating habits by providing practical information about how they can transition to animal-free alternatives. ProVeg collaborates with governments, public institutions, and the food industry to improve the taste, ease, and accessibility of plant-based food. ProVeg strives for a world where everyone chooses delicious and healthy food that is good for all humans, animals, and our planet.

  • National Farmers’ Retail & Markets Association (FARMA)

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    FARMA, The National Farmers’ Retail and Markets Association, is the trade association for farm shops, farmers markets and pick your own farms in the UK. It is run as a co-operative of around 400 businesses that share one thing – a passion to promote food which is grown and sold by the same hands.

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