We are based close to Monmouth, and are producers of Indian ready meals,snacks such as Samosas, Bhajis ,Kebabs ,Pickles and Chutneys. Read More »
The RSPB Farm at Lake Vyrnwy is organic and produces Welsh Mountain lamb and Welsh Black beef. The land is managed in a way which ois good for birds and the environment. When you buy their delicious meat you are supporting nature conservation. Read More »
Beili Ddol is a large Welsh, mixed livestock farm, approved by Farm Assured Welsh Livestock (FAWL), consisting of Welsh Black and commercial cattle, Improved Welsh, Beulah and cross bred sheep. Read More »
The Welsh Venison Centre is in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park close to the village of Bwlch in the beautiful county of Powys. A family firm established in 1985 by David Morgan, it is now run by his brother Andrew and his wife Elaine who keep the whole operation under their close supervision.
The Welsh Venison Centre's policy has always reflected that of the new generation of farmers who insist on putting the customer first - superb animal husbandry and the highest standards of animal welfare are very important, but from the onset, the business appreciated that unless the end product met the expectations of the most discerning customer it would not be a success.
The Welsh Venison Centre was the first to become accredited as both a farm and processing unit under the Quality Mark for Farmed Venison, rewarding their commitment to high standards of animal welfare and meat processing. Read More »
Treflach Pork Farm dealing in the most acclaimed pig meat;
-Whole pig cut to requirements
-Half pig cut to requirements
-Free-range pork sausage
-Free-range herby sausage
(old english sausage)
-Slab of belly pork
-¼, ½ or whole
-Boned and rolled leg
-Dry cured back bacon
-Dry cured streaky bacon
-¼ pounder pork & apple burgers
-Traditional pork pie
-Pork pie with apricot
-Pork pie with caramelised red
onion in cheese pastry
-Open pork pie with melted
Shropshire Blues cheese lid Read More »
Our bakehouse is situated opposite the Black mountains on our organic farm. Read More »
Maer Siop Fferm yn gwerthu amrywiaeth o gynnyrch cartref; o Gwrw Kingstone i fara wedii bobin ffres, pizzas a chonfennau tymhorol. Rydym hefyd yn chwilion ofalus am ffynonellau ein cynnyrch eraill gan gynnwys cawsiau arbenigol, blawd wedii falu â cherrig i wneud bara, sudd afal wedii wasgun lleol, seidr a bwydydd cyflawn. Read More »
Artisan Bread: Handcrafted breads made in the traditional way. Using wild yeast, organic flour and long fermentations creates sustaining, flavoursome breads with great personality. Read More »
They tell us we no longer make cakes like we used to. That our lives are too hectic for us to take the time to mix and bake. Clams still make the cakes the traditional way. Theres the weighing, sifting and beating, the heavenly smell of eggs, butter and sugar cooking and finally the warm glow of contentment when the cakes sit on the wire racks waiting to be dressed...just asking to be eaten. Read More »
ART GALLERIES & FRAMING
Ardent Gallery, The Bulwark
Gate Gallery, Watergate
Sable & Hogg Gallery, Lion Street
ANTIQUES & INTERIORS
Beacons Antiques, The Bulwark
Brecon Antique Centre, High Street
Morgans, The Struet
Nelsons Antiques, Lion Street Read More »
Poyning Pork pigs are reared under organic free range conditions in the vast hills of Mid-Wales. All pigs have access to the great outdoors and are free to roam, dig and wallow in welfare friendly conditions on our small family farm. Read More »
This farm shop was set up with the aim of providing as much local produce for the area as possible and with the intention of cutting down on food miles. Read More »
The Ludlow Nut Company is registered with Heart of England Fine Foods and is SALSA (Safe and Local Supplier Approval) accredited. Our Gourmet Muesli & Porridge range is handmade by us in Ludlow using locally sourced cereals. The company is building a reputation for selling high quality produce which is competitively priced. We supply hotels, restaurants, delicatessens, food producers, farm shops and other food & drink related businesses and welcome enquiries for wholesale purchases. Read More »
We are a real family business beavering away for over 10 years in the heart of rural Shropshire making our utterly unique range of the most sumptuously fruity Fruit Coulis Dessert Sauces. As the business has grown weve moved from the family kitchen, to the annexe and now weve extended that into our purpose built commercial kitchen.
Through kitchen hops, our underlying motivation has remained the same to hand-make the finest and most exciting range of coulis that is faithful to the original fruit, a healthy addition to hundreds of dishes and available at the twist of a lid! Read More »
Online map and book store covering Wales and the Welsh National Parks, for all your maps, books and walking guides delivered direct to your door. Read More »
Penlon Cottage Brewery is a small company that brew and sell handmade ale, stout and lager. The company which has been in operation for 3 years strive to make wholesome beverages, both traditional and original varieties. Read More »
Saladin House Foods is a catering company run and owned by Debbie Hayward. The company boasts of many delicacies both sweet and savory, all of which are homemade and produced using only local ingriedients. Read More »
Bacheldre Watermill produces a range of organic and traditional flours, using traditional equipment, some of which is hundreds of years old. Most of our flours are strong and are excellent for bread makers and for hand baking.
'We make traditional flour using high quality grain,' says the Miller, who believes quality basic ingredients such as flour are just as important as other ingredients when creating top class dishes. 'Flour is sometimes overlooked, but with more people using bread makers these days they want to make a better loaf.' Read More »
Wrth sefydlur siop fferm hon, y nod oedd cynnig cymaint o gynnyrch lleol â phosib er mwyn lleihau milltiroedd bwyd. Read More »
The Tipyn Bach Chocolate Company came into being when Alison Lindsay started creating fine, hand-made chocolates from home in October of 2004; and now she has a successful shop set in the beautiful surroundings of Bodnant Gardens.
Alison took a degree in Food and Consumer Studies whilst living in London, on returning to Wales she decided to set up her own business. She had always been interested in chocolate and its product development so looked into the possibility of setting up a hand-made chocolate company.
The shop, which opened in March 2005, in Bodnant Gardens Nurseries in Tal-y-Cafn along the Conwy valley, is open 10 until 5 each day. Alison now has a staff of four to help in the shop and with the production of the chocolates.
Throughout the year the number of customers varies but there is always passing trade thanks to the visitors to Bodnant Gardens. Alison also sells at farmers markets and food festivals; they are an excellent way to get Tipyn Bach chocolates known further afield.
The Tipyn Bach Chocolate Company are expanding and there is now a range available for wholesale. Read More »