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  • 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.

  • Macleod Organics

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    Macleod Organics prides itself on being at the forefront of the organic food and farming movement in Scotland. The latest innovation is the development of their comprehensive on-line shopping experience alongside a traditional organic box scheme. The family run farm now acts as a centre for the distribution of a wide range of organic products collected from the best organic growers. Delivery is direct to your home and coverage includes not only the Highlands and Islands of Scotland but also the cities such as Edinburgh and Glasgow and anywhere in between. Other areas are covered by carriers. The wide range of organic products include vegetables, fruit, meat, dairy, eggs, dry goods, cleaning products and many more. 100% organic from the Highlands to the cities.

  • 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.

  • Lavenham Farmers’ Market

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    Lavenham Farmers Market is officially the Best Food Market in Suffolk. This fantastic Farmers’ Market boasts over 30 of the highest quality, small scale producers in Suffolk. The range of produce includes Suffolk pork, beef, lamb and venison, locally grown vegetables, home baked cakes, pies, puddings and bread, Suffolk honey, pates, terrines, jams, chutneys and preserves and a whole lot more – the list goes on! Everything that is sold at the market is grown, baked, brewed and butchered by the person who is selling it so that you, the customer can find out everything you want to know before you buy – there are no hidden surprises. The fantastic kid friendly Farmers’ Cafe serves homemade soup, freshly baked quiche and cakes, Farmers’ Breakfasts & good quality coffee using local products direct from the market traders. Winner of Best Market in Suffolk at the BBC Radio 4 Food & Farming Awards & run by Justine Paul, Suffolk’s Food & Drink Hero 2015.

  • Sudbury Farmers’ Market

    Sudbury Farmers’ Market was relaunched in May 2012 and is now one of the busiest town centre farmers’ markets in Suffolk. The market is held on the last Friday of each month in St Peters, Market Hill right in the centre of town and is the perfect place to stock up on all your food shopping.  Sudbury Farmers’ Market is a thriving, buzzing hub of activity with people queuing to buy John’s amazing vegetables even before the doors properly open! Over thirty traders fill St Peter’s selling a fantastic range of the very best, fresh, local produce and a small selection of the highest quality, hand produced crafts. Produce on offer each month includes fresh fish from Burwell, local venison, pork & beef, home baked cakes, local honey, Suffolk mushrooms, Suffolk pies, freshly baked bread, jams and chutneys and an amazing selection of locally grown fresh vegetables. There is a wonderful café available which is run by the Sudbury based charity, The Bridge Project, that serves delicious scones, sandwiches and great coffee. Run by Justine Paul, Suffolk’s Food & Drink Hero 2015.