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  • Golspie Mill

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    Wholesaler and supplier of artisan, organic stoneground flours and meals. Driven by water from the Big Burn and using only the finest natural ingredients, Golspie Mill has been making a high-quality range of flours and meals since being fully restored in 1992. Many of the wholesome products are organic; all of them are entirely free from additives and made with pure, milled whole grains and pulses. They grind and pack to order, ensuring a fresh and healthy product.

  • Yetman’s Brewery

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    Supplies hand-made beer from their own brewery in rural Norfolk. The brewery is situated in a 200-year-old barn overlooking barley fields and livestock. On a clear day you can see the sea from the front door. Uses only Maris Otter mated barley and whole hop flowers, which provide for more intense, clean flavours. Provides beer for many local outlets in the Holt area, plus a few in Norwich and also supplies casks with stillages and cooling gear for parties and events.

  • Artisan Smokehouse

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    The Artisan Smokehouse is a small family run and owned smokehouse on the Suffolk Coast. We produce award-winning smoked food, made to order in small quantities to ensure quality and freshness. Our aim is to produce the highest quality smoked delicacies, using ethically-sourced ingredients, prioritising local British producers.

  • BreadBread Bakery

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    BreadBread Bakery specialises in sourdough bread products using locally sourced organic flour. Our doughs are produced in a slow, natural way and fermented over 24 hours. This renders the finished breads more tasty, more digestible and longer lasting. The breads are baked in wood-fired ‘black’ ovens made of bricks. The special refractory clay used to make the bricks is from an ancient quarry in France. Stone-baked breads have a better crust, a more complex flavour and a more interesting personality than many other breads. Using wood fired ovens remains the most traditional and sustainable way to bake. We offer free advice about sourdough as well as paid apprenticeships at the bakery. Professional consultations can also be arranged. Our bread is sold at various retailers and used as an ingredient in many restaurants and cafés in the London area. See our website for details.

  • Flour Power City

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    We offer a select range of artisan breads, pastries and cakes. We do not use any improvers or stabilizers and where available we only use organic ingredients and the whole range is free from preservatives and additives. We supply wholesale to some of the best restaurants, coffee shops and delis in London and our products are sold in over 80 Farmers Markets throughout London, Essex, Herts and the South East.

  • Wallington Farmers’ Market

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    Wallington Farmers’ Market is held from 9am to 1pm every second Saturday of the month at the Old Town Hall and Library Gardens in Woodcote Road, Wallington. Established in 1999, it is the borough’s oldest Farmers’ Market and hosts around 26 local producers stalls every month. All the stallholders are local producers and sell fresh, high quality produce at competitive prices. The market is run by Ecolocal, The Old School House, Mill Lane, Carshalton SM5 2JY

  • W & H Marriage & Sons Ltd

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    Marriage’s has been producing superior quality flour since 1824. As long established family run flour millers, we want your baking experience to be a success. Marriage’s mill a wide range of bread making and culinary flours, organic varieties and speciality flours, including stoneground wholemeal flour traditional milled on horizontal French Burr stones. We select the best possible grains for consistent flour quality, sourcing wheat from local Essex farmers where possible, including family farms near Chelmer Mills. Marriage’s supply home bakers, as well as bakeries, caterers and manufacturers. Our technical bakery team can visit customers’ bakeries and production sites as well as offering phone support.

  • Stoke Newington Farmers’ Market

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    Growing Communities is a small social enterprise in Hackney, running an organic fruit and vegetable box scheme, a certified farmers’ market every Saturday in Stoke Newington where all the producers sell organic, biodynamic or wild produce and a Neighbourhood Food Growing Project on three sites in Hackney. Local schools, residents and groups with special needs can visit their sites to learn more about organic food growing or to become a regular volunteer. Growing Communities is working to improve the food we eat, the community we live in and the environment through these projects. Visit the website for more details of how to get involved or to join the box scheme. Just up the road from Dalston and Shoreditch you’ll find the UK’s only 100% organic farmers’ market. All our farmers are either organic or bio-dynamic. What’s more, we ask the stallholders making processed foods to source most of their ingredients from those farmers. So not only do you get delicious food but you’re also supporting small, sustainable farms almost all from within 60 miles of London.

  • The Rusty Pig

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    The Rusty Pig is a family-run business, based in rural Devon. We’re experts in all things pig, running a specialist charcuterie shop in Ottery St Mary and a communal dining table where customers can enjoy our artisan produce in truly unique surroundings, for breakfast, lunch and supper. We are passionate about pigs and source all our pork from our own smallholding and other local farms close by that share our passion for ethical farming methods. All our pigs enjoy a natural diet and have the freedom to roam the beautiful Devon countryside. Also available for events and weddings catering.

  • Artisan Food Law

    Provides artisan and small-scale food producers with easy access to important law and practical help solving problems. Free legal information – to help inform you about food law. A blog and other stuff to intrigue you about important issues… and a subscription service to engage you in debate about food and the law – and help solve your problems!

  • Daylesford Cookery School

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    At Daylesford, we’re passionate about real food – fresh, seasonal and, most importantly, delicious. Our commitment has been rewarded with over 60 national and international awards in the last three years alone. Our organic farm in Gloucestershire is home to our market garden, our bakery and our creamery as well as all our animals – and our beautiful cookery school. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, and surrounded by rolling countryside and acres of working farm land, The Cookery School at Daylesford is housed in a painstakingly restored Cotswold-stone barn. A course at our cookery school will reveal a range of techniques, recipes and skills to help you make the most of delicious seasonal ingredients, all straight from our farm. We offer a wide range of courses for every level from complete beginner to the most proficient home cook.

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    The School of Artisan Food

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    The School of Artisan Food is based on the Welbeck Estate in North Nottinghamshire in the heart of Sherwood Forest.  It was set up as a not for profit organisation by a group of food enthusiasts who recognised the need to train new generations in the artisan food methods in danger of being lost or displaced by industrial food production. The school opened its doors in 2009 to teach practical food production skills as well as to research methods and traditions and explore their relevance today. The School offers a wide range of courses from introductory level to professional level in bakery, butchery, curing and smoking, pie, cheese and ice-cream making, pickling and preserving. There is an emphasis on tastes and processes such as fermentation which develop slowly and on awareness of the provenance of raw materials and the distinctive characteristics of food from different areas.  The School also offers expert tuition for those considering setting up a food business or wishing to expand an existing enterprise. The School is dedicated to ‘producing good food from local resources and educating the people who will make a living in the sustainable food landscape of the future’.