All Listings in Suffolk

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  • 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.

  • Artisan Smokehouse

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    The Artisan Smokehouse is a small family run and owned smokehouse on the Suffolk Coast. We produce award-winning smoked food, made to order in small quantities to ensure quality and freshness. Our aim is to produce the highest quality smoked delicacies, using ethically-sourced ingredients, prioritising local British producers.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • The Calf at Foot Dairy

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    Highest welfare, compassionate, kind and gentle micro-dairy producing and selling whole raw Jersey milk. Our small herd of cows are Pasture Fed for Life and are allowed to keep their calves, they run together as one natural herd of all ages from new borns to great great grandmas. Each cow is milked individually unrestrained just once a day and is given time and attention to her own specific needs, each cow knows her own name and comes running to the call. The male calves are weaned at a natural age depending on his own and his mothers needs (each animal is treated on its own merit there are no set rules or standardisation at CAFD). After the grass has finished at the end of each year we sell our own ‘Pasture Fed for Life’ beef. Cow shares for beef £50 a share. Granny cows retire here on the farm after their re-production days are over. We do not sell animals on live. It is our responsibility to ensure our animals have as gentle death as is humanely possible. Nationwide courier service £2.50 per litre bottle of milk.

  • The Wild Meat Company Limited

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    The Wild Meat Company sources and sells online venison, game birds, rabbit and even squirrel entirely from farms and estates in east Suffolk. It has recently also started cutting and marketing local farm breeds from the farms which supply the game. Established in 1999 by Robert Gooch and Paul Denny, the website www.wildmeat.co.uk takes the muck and mystery out of buying, preparing and eating game.  Since then the company has been named as one of Rick Stein’s Food Heroes and highly praised by The Hairy Bikers and Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall. All our game birds and animals are harvested (normally shot) locally (the exception is wild boar). Being close to the coast we are fortunate in having a large number of migratory birds such as wild duck and woodcock. The meat is delivered in an insulated box with ice packs to keep the meat at fridge temperature (between 4 and 7ºC). The vast majority of deliveries are sent in a card board box with a wool liner inside; both box and liner can be recycled.

  • 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.