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  • 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.

  • Market Bistro

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    Award-winning sustainable restaurant, members of the Sustainable Restaurant Association, awarded the top star rating of three stars. Family run, Lucy & Richard are passionate about the traceability of the food they serve.

  • The Crown Hastings

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    The Crown Hastings is an independent freehouse situated on the picturesque All Saints Street between the East Hill country park and the beach. We offer a welcoming and friendly environment to enjoy high quality food and drink. Using local suppliers and seasonal ingredients we make delicious homecooked food. We serve a selection of local ales and craft beers, fine wines, specialist gins, whiskeys and cider. Join us for a coffee or tea and try our range of soft drinks. Local art on the walls, daily newspapers, dog friendly, great music, free wifi, open fires and games tables, there is plenty here to keep all the family happy. We take bookings for tables of 8 people and over, otherwise just turn up. Our kitchen is open all day until an hour before closing time. We look forward to welcoming you at The Crown.

  • Ganesha Wholefoods – Sidmouth

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    Our three wholefood shops offer a comprehensive range of quality health foods at competitive prices: compare the prices of our dried fruit, nuts, seeds, pulses, grains, herbs and spices with just about anyone else! All three shops are certified by Organic Farmers and Growers for packing and retailing of organic foods. Ganesha Wholefoods cater for restrictive diets, particularly sugar-, dairy-, wheat- and gluten-free. Try our delicious, locally produced vegetarian and vegan bread, cakes and savouries. You will find a complete range of eco-friendly household supplies as well as cruelty-free toiletries and skincare. We stock an extensive range of vitamin and mineral supplements as well as herbal and homoeopathic remedies. With weekly deliveries we can usually source any items not already on our shelves. Local deliveries can be arranged and orders posted further afield by arrangement.

  • Ganesha Wholefoods – Honiton

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    Our three wholefood shops offer a comprehensive range of quality health foods at competitive prices: compare the prices of our dried fruit, nuts, seeds, pulses, grains, herbs and spices with just about anyone else! All three shops are certified by Organic Farmers and Growers for packing and retailing of organic foods. Ganesha Wholefoods cater for restrictive diets, particularly sugar-, dairy-, wheat- and gluten-free. Try our delicious, locally produced vegetarian and vegan bread, cakes and savouries. You will find a complete range of eco-friendly household supplies as well as cruelty-free toiletries and skincare. We stock an extensive range of vitamin and mineral supplements as well as herbal and homoeopathic remedies. With weekly deliveries we can usually source any items not already on our shelves. Local deliveries can be arranged and orders posted further afield by arrangement.

  • Ganesha Wholefoods – Axminster

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    Our three wholefood shops offer a comprehensive range of quality health foods at competitive prices: compare the prices of our dried fruit, nuts, seeds, pulses, grains, herbs and spices with just about anyone else! All three shops are certified by Organic Farmers and Growers for packing and retailing of organic foods. Ganesha Wholefoods cater for restrictive diets, particularly sugar-, dairy-, wheat- and gluten-free. Try our delicious, locally produced vegetarian and vegan bread, cakes and savouries. You will find a complete range of eco-friendly household supplies as well as cruelty-free toiletries and skincare. We stock an extensive range of vitamin and mineral supplements as well as herbal and homoeopathic remedies. With weekly deliveries we can usually source any items not already on our shelves. Local deliveries can be arranged and orders posted further afield by arrangement.

  • Sutton Community Farm

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    Sutton Community Farm is one of London’s largest community farms, a not-for-profit social enterprise growing fresh vegetables using organic principles, as well as providing a shared space for the local community to cultivate skills. We sell the vegetables we grow through our not-for-profit Veg Box Scheme and deliver them in and around Sutton and South London.

  • Sustain: The Alliance for Better Food and Farming

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    Sustain advocates food and agriculture policies and practices that enhance the health and welfare of people and animals, improve the working and living environment, promote equity, and enrich society and culture. The main way that Sustain fulfils its aims is through running a multitude of different projects and campaigns to improve food and farming, with the help of our members and other supporters.

  • Organic Research Centre (ORC)

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    The Organic Research Centre exists to develop and support sustainable land-use, agriculture and food systems, primarily within local economies, which build on organic principles to ensure the health and well-being of soil, plant, animal, man and his environment. The ORCe was established as a “Centre of Excellence” to address the major issues raised by a global economy based on an intensive agricultural system. It is the UK’s leading research, development and advisory institution for organic agriculture, having played a pivotal role in the development of organic research, policy and standards since 1980. The organisation is firm in its belief that realistic solutions to the critically important environmental issues facing us all can be found. The ORC continues to research, develop, provide and demonstrate solutions and to investigate appropriate technologies for processing, distribution and marketing of food. The Centre believes we can develop a genuinely sustainable, equitable and healthy food system based on production methods that husband finite resources and enhance biodiversity. The Centre disseminates information through adviser training and accreditation services, producer training and courses, website, articles and policy papers, scientific papers and publications and the production of a regular journal – the Bulletin. Th

  • River Cottage Kitchen & Deli Winchester

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    Dine on the finest the season has to offer, in the peaceful and verdant setting of Abbey Mill Gardens; located close to the city centre and Winchester’s main tourist attractions. The menu showcases a mix of seasonal, local, organic and wild produce, with meat coming from local farms that produce free range and organic meat to the highest welfare standards. Fish and shellfish come from local day boats and other sustainable sources in the South West. Looking to host an event? Our facilities are available for private hire or private dining. Get in touch for further details.

  • River Cottage Kitchen & Deli Bristol

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    River Cottage Canteen Bristol is an award winning restaurant based in the Clifton area of Bristol, serving up simple, delicious dishes of the best local produce prepared freshly every day by chefs who are dedicated to creating the finest tastes in the most sustainable way. The menu showcases a mix of seasonal, local, organic and wild produce, with meat coming from local farms that produce free range and organic meat to the highest welfare standards. Fish and shellfish come from local day boats and other sustainable sources in the South West. Most of the canteen’s vegetables and fruit are grown within 50 miles of Bristol. Guests can enjoy a relaxed lunch and evening meal or book in for one of the event nights, with live music, talks, demos and much more going on each week.

  • River Cottage Kitchen & Deli Axminster

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    The River Cottage Canteen and Deli Axminster showcases the very best the South West has to offer. A two-minute diversion off the A35 between Dorchester and Exeter, our award-winning restaurant and deli celebrates our famous ethos about fine seasonal, locally-produced produce. Serving up simple, delicious dishes of the best local produce prepared freshly every day by chefs who are dedicated to creating the finest tastes in the most sustainable way. The menu showcases a mix of seasonal, local, organic and wild produce, with meat coming from local farms that produce free range and organic meat to the highest welfare standards. Fish and shellfish come from local day boats and other sustainable sources in the South West. Most of the canteen’s vegetables and fruit are grown within 50 miles of Axminster. Guests can enjoy a relaxed breakfast, lunch and evening meal or book in for one of the event nights, with live music, talks, demos and much more going on each week.

  • Hodmedod’s

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    Hodmedod works with British farmers to offer a range of pulses and grains, with a commitment to providing quality food that’s as sustainably produced as possible. All our pulses and grains are British-grown – and always will be! Our first product was the fava bean, grown in Britain since the Iron Age but little eaten in recent centuries. They’re delicious, nutritious and good for the soil and bees. Split fava beans are especially versatile and easy to cook as they don’t need soaking. More recently we’ve been searching out and developing production of other less well-known foods, like black badger peas and quinoa. We offer our products as dried ingredients for cooking as well as in more accessible cans and as roasted ready-to-eat snacks.

  • Borough Market

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    Borough Market is rich with history, but it remains as relevant now as it has ever been. As London’s oldest food market, it has been serving the people of Southwark for 1,000 years, and that extraordinary heritage is an important part of its appeal. But this is not a museum piece—it is a dynamic, ever-changing institution; a participant in the wider debates around what we eat and where it comes from; a place where food is talked about almost as enthusiastically as it is consumed. First and foremost, though, it is a source of genuinely exceptional produce. Many of the Market’s stallholders are themselves producers: the farmer who reared the animal, the fisherman who caught the fish, the baker who baked the bread. Other traders have built their reputations on seeking out small-scale artisan producers and bringing their wares to Borough. Together, the Market’s stalls, shops and restaurants reflect London’s status as a truly global city, with traditional British produce sitting alongside regional specialities from around the world. Borough Market celebrates the diversity of food; food that is honestly priced and carefully sourced.

  • Rodale Institute

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    For seventy years, we’ve been researching the best practices of organic agriculture and sharing our findings with farmers and scientists throughout the world, advocating for policies that support farmers, and educating consumers about how going organic is the healthiest option for people and the planet. Our research Our Farming Systems Trial® is the longest-running side-by-side U.S. study comparing conventional chemical agriculture with organic methods. What have we found? Organic yields match conventional and outperform them in years of drought and environmental distress. New areas of study include rates of carbon sequestration in chemical versus organic plots and new techniques for weed suppression. Our outreach From field days, to workshops, to exclusive online tools for farmers and original articles, Rodale Institute has been sharing our findings with farmers, scientists, policy-makers, gardeners and consumers the world over.

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