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  • Caroline’s Dairy Ice Cream

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    Caroline’s Dairy is a multi award-winning company producing luxury handmade ice cream and sorbets from their working dairy farm in West Sussex. The ice cream is made in small batches, using only the milk from their cows which is then combined with carefully sourced ingredients and locally produced fruit to make over 20 delicious flavours of ice cream and five sorbets. Since launching in 2008, the company have come a long way but still make their ice cream in exactly the same method – using the rich creamy milk from their herd of cows to create the ultimate smooth luxury ice cream they are now renowned for. With a strong customer base, Caroline’s Dairy supplies a range of eateries and retail outlets across the South from local pubs and restaurants to farm shops. They also supply to The South East National Trust and Southern Co-operative stores.

  • Cabrito

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    James Whetlor founded Cabrito after keeping a few goats to solve a land management problem. He was cooking at River Cottage at the time and a few of the goats ended up on the menu. After seeing how well the kids sold, James thought perhaps there was a market for kid goat meat. Turns out there was. All Cabrito kids are a by-product of the dairy industry and would have in the past been euthanized shortly after birth. In a world of dwindling resources and rising food prices Cabrito believe this cannot be justified. They now have a network of farms producing high quality meat from a previously wasted resource.

  • 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.

  • 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.