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  • Eversfield Organic

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    The Eversfield Estate is an 450-acre organic farm deep in the heart of the Devon countryside, certified by the Soil Association. Eversfield works hard to restore the traditional Devon landscape, replanting hedgerows, managing rare Culm grasslands and reviving ancient woodlands. They run a unique herd of ‘Heritage’ Aberdeen Angus and a flock of Romney Marsh Sheep. All the meat is hung and matured in their fully licensed cutting plant for up to three weeks, then cut and prepared by their skilled butchers, vacuum packed and clearly labelled, ready for home freezing and delivered nationwide by a next day service.

  • Farm to Fork & Fish

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    Farm to Fork & Fish is an exciting butchery, fishmonger and deli with the emphasis on fresh, seasonal, local, top quality produce. In a convenient location on the B1150 north of Norwich, in the village of Horstead near Coltishall in the Norfolk Broads. Free parking – look for signs opposite The Recruiting Sergeant Pub. Our friendly helpful staff can advise you on anything from cooking times to menu planning. Our hot pies, sandwiches and filled rolls are perfect for lunch on the run, while our new range of Ready Meals and Oven Ready Fish are perfect for stress-free eating at home. Prime cuts of meat from our award-winning farm are available from the meat counter along with fresh fish from the wet fish bar.

  • Lye Cross Farm Shop

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    The shop boasts fantastic butchery, cheese, delicatessen and bread counters, with milk, bread, fruit and veg delivered daily from the local market. The butchers are on hand seven days a week with advice on particular cuts of meat and those all important cooking instructions! Beef is reared on the family farms alongside locally sourced lamb and pork. The shop has fresh fish delivered every Wednesday, has a great range of local beers, cider and wine and is a must-see one stop shop for great quality produce at excellent prices. The Lye Cross Farm range of organic cheese is also available.

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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’.