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  • Mazzard Farm Holiday Cottages

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    Seven miles from sleepy Sidmouth, at the foot of East Hill, are 17 acres of old apple farm. Among tipis, hens, farmhouse, gardens, play areas and a big communal courtyard with picnic tables are six cottages, which sleep between 2 and 10 (24 in total). Pure heaven for all the family. It’s pampering too, thanks to owner Jacqueline’s treatments: Indian head massages, Japanese facials and reflexology. Quarenden Cottage, the former apple store, is the largest in the row, beautifully cared for inside and out. You get sweeping oak floors and a huge leather sofa, fashionable florals and a wood-burning stove, atmospheric lighting and courtyard views. Bathrooms have fabulous fittings and delicious local soaps, the open-plan kitchen is a cook’s delight and the bedrooms fit under the eaves. The owners – keen greenies, foodies too – live in the farmhouse and Jacqueline makes marmalade, lemon curd, apple juice and fruit crumbles in season; there’s also meat from the farm next door. Choose from their great list of attractions: the Donkey Sanctuary, Crealy Adventure Park, the Jurassic Coast Hopper, or sign up to an onsite cookery or photography course.

  • Compost Technology Ltd

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    Manufacturers of a 100 per cent organic and peat-free fertiliser called Super Dug Extra. Available for delivery to UK mainland. Also stocks a range of other natural, organic fertilizers.

  • Café Môr

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    The Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company began as a small street food trader, doing local markets around the county. Our signature ‘Seashore Wraps’ turned out to be very popular and suddenly we were thrust into the British Street Food Awards. Our beach shack won multiple golds including ‘Best of the Best 2011’. Cafe Môr at Freshwater West was awarded ‘Best British Street Food/Take Away in the UK’ at the BBC Radio 4 Food & Farming Awards 2014, so it’s well worth a trip to one of the most beautiful beaches in Pembrokeshire for lunch! Cafe Môr is situated in the main car park and is accessible to anyone. Public toilets are available. The car park is gravel and somewhat uneven. Parking is free.

  • Blas Burgerworks

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    Provenance is high on our list of credentials. We know where our cattle and poultry live, our bacon is local and our fish is from sustainable stocks. We use local dairy produce – cheeses, milk and ice cream and whenever possible, source our veggies locally. Our incredible vegetarian and vegan burgers are handmade using organic black beans; generous amounts of walnuts; turmeric, cracked black pepper and heaps of other good stuff. For those of you with nut allergies we hand make a fabulous tofu burger. On top of this, did you know all our vegetarian and vegan burgers can be enhanced with grilled marinated tempeh? All our sauces; aioli; chilli relish; salsas; pickles; piccalilli, preserved lemons; fermented kimchi; brownies; salted caramel; honeycomb; lemonade, kombucha and so much more are handmade by Ange using her very own recipes. We use Cornish potatoes and hand cut all our chips – it’s a labour of love! We have been proud of our green credentials for the last 11 years but if you are new to Blas and want to know more just ask. Why all this love and attention? So you can eat our burgers and feel good body and soul.

  • Clearspring Ltd

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    Christopher Dawson, chairman of Clearspring, has searched the world for 20 years for foods that meet the highest standards of taste and quality. Clearspring offers the most extensive range of certified organic Japanese products available in the UK as well as a comprehensive range of products including food ingredients, ready-made meals, savoury and sweet snacks, beverages and more. Clearspring is committed to supplying foods made without the use of GMOs, chemical fertilisers, animal manure, pesticides or herbicides. Over 100 products from the ‘Clearspring Organic Kitchen’ are dairy free, sugar free, vegetarian, vegan. Many are also wheat-free, gluten-free and kosher. Products are available to buy online (contact shop@clearspring.co.uk for enquiries) as well as being stocked widely in supermarkets and independent stores.

  • Priory Farm

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    Sells an award winning range of fresh fruit, vegetables, gourmet foods and cheese, freshly prepared farm meals and gifts housed in an attractive Victorian building. Visit the Plant Centre for a vast range, specialising in own grown bedding and hanging baskets, and then relax in the coffee shop with home-made fare. Also offers corporate hospitality and adventure activities with coarse fishing available all year. Try the Discovery Walk, which appeals to all the family, stroll through the beautiful natural countryside.  There is also a new bluebell wood, panoramic views and a nature trail.

  • Fin & Flounder

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    A local fishmonger’s with a huge commitment to sustainable fishing methods and eco friendly initiatives.

  • Iechyd Da

    Shop selling wholefoods and alternative and herbal remedies as well as organic fruit, vegetables, bread, dairy produce and other groceries. Also stocks vegan and vegetarian foods.

  • The Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company

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    The Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company began as a small street food trader, doing local markets around the county. Our signature ‘Seashore Wraps’ turned out to be very popular and suddenly we were thrust into the British Street Food Awards. Our beach shack won multiple golds including ‘Best of the Best 2011’. This success meant that we were able to cater at the London 2012 Olympic Games and our local, sustainable, seafood went down a treat with the athletes. In 2014 we took Silver at Glastonbury Music Festival’s ‘Green’ awards for our ethical packaging and food. Our speciality deli products materialised as a natural extension of the recipes sold on the beach shack, the sea foraged goodies really took off in Spring 2013. At Freshwater West we trade locally caught crab and lobster as well as our Beach Burgers and Bacon butties with Welsh Sea Black Butter which are from down the road in Yerberston. Cafe Môr at Freshwater West was awarded ‘Best British Street Food/Take Away in the UK’ at the BBC Radio 4 Food and Farming  awards 2014, so well worth a trip to one of the most beautiful beaches in Pembrokeshire for lunch!

  • O’Doherty’s Fine Meats

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    O’Dohertys award-winning Black Bacon and fresh dry cure bacon are cured naturally from selected fresh quality pork and left to season naturally, just as you would a good wine! O’Doherty’s are constantly striving for the best quality in locally sourced food. That is why they rear their own rare bread pigs – because as everyone knows, a happy pig is a tasty pig. Alongside Fermanagh Black Bacon, and Ulster Corned Beef, O’Doherty’s also produces a wide range of speciality meats.

  • The Green Box Company

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    Organic fruit and vegetable box scheme, run by a local family business, delivering boxes in and around the Glossop area, using as much UK produce as possible.

  • Coleshill Organics

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    Coleshill Organics was started on a small farm at Watchfield in 1995; from an initial two acres this has grown to about seven acres in total now. The box scheme operates from within the walled garden in Coleshill, on the Oxfordshire/Wiltshire border. Free delivery is offered to collection points and individual homes within a 15 mile radius of Coleshill. New customers signing up to receive a regular box delivery get their fifth box free. There is also a farm shop located within the walled garden which is open from Wednesday to Saturday. Coleshill has thousands of visitors each year, mostly school/college groups who pick and eat their way around the garden and hopefully develop a lasting desire to know where their food originates from. The business grew out of a passion to provide local people with the highest quality fresh produce. Coleshill Organics can also be found every Saturday from 9am until 2pm at Cornhill Market Place (and surrounding streets), Stroud, GL5 2HH.

  • Kentish Town Vegbox

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    Vegbox is a community-led organic vegetable box scheme based in Kentish Town in north London, with a weekly selection of fresh seasonal produce, sourced as locally as possible. We are: Local and seasonal – we source as locally as possible, and work within the limits of what is seasonally available in England. A consumer co-operative – our customers are our members. Low carbon – our members collect their weekly vegetable bag from community pick-up points around Kentish Town, a sociable way of cutting down on pollution and air miles. Not for profit: any surplus we make will be re-invested in the organisation and in growing projects. Fair trade – we’re harnessing the collective buying power of our community and providing a regular outlet and fair price for small-scale organic farmers. Accessible – we aim to make our weekly organic vegetable bags as affordable as possible. Low waste – we only order what we need each week and any left over after packing is given to local partners – currently The Fields Beneath cafe, the Calthorpe Project, Ladies and Gentlemen bar, and Camden Homeless Solidarity Space. Ambitious – by working together, we want to help build an alternative economy in which we support sustainable farms and consume our food more mindfully.

  • Wilde & Greene Organic Farm Shop

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    Wilde & Greene offer a very unique service. Set in the heart of Tuddenham on Longwood Farm, we are able to offer our customers the very best food that the UK has to offer, from the best independent farmers and producers out there. ​ We challenge the supermarkets and the way that they do business. We run our shop the way that we think every shop should be run – putting our customers and our suppliers before profit and work tirelessly to provide our customers with fresh produce and new products of exceptional quality and with a transparent supply chain. ​ We are extremely lucky, as the farm that our shop is located on also happens to be the only raw milk and raw kefir supplier in the East Anglia area. Helping our customers to improve their overall health is top of our list of priorities – which is why we offer specialty products such as the raw kefir, unpasteurised fermented foods and kombucha. There is always a member of our team who is available to assist you with any queries that you may have about trying new products.

  • Real Economy – Bristol

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    Real Economy is a charitable community benefits society with a trading arm. We offer the community of Bristol an alternative way of buying their food. – Customers order online in the Real Economy shop, our trading arm, including the whole range of regular groceries from fresh fruit and veg (a large organic range is available) meat, dairy, bread, kitchen cupboard essentials and cleaning products. – All products are sourced from local farms, small independent local businesses and ethical suppliers who receive a fair margin that allows them to make a decent living. – Customers can avoid supermarkets and support a large range of small local businesses without having to travel all over the city. Real Economy prepares the individual orders and delivers to collection points around Bristol every Thursday. The important point is that people can use their weekly shop to have a wider impact: Supporting the community and tackling food hardship and isolation in the city. Any profits made by the trading arm are invested in the Real Economy Centres, which provide access to healthy food and social engagement for members of the community that face food insecurity. Participants share a weekly communal lunch and social activities, such as growing food, cooking or craft sessions.

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