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 »
DeriMon (translated from Welsh means The Oaks of Anglesey) the name is derived from the fact that our property Deri Isaf (meaning Lower Oaks) is derived from the Welsh name for oak derwen much of this part of Anglesey was an oak forest in times gone by and many place names are linked to this fact. 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 »
Crumz is a small cake making company in the historical village of Caersws, Powys. The company which has been in operation for ten years, is run by Gwyneth Jones who currently makes confectionaries primarily for customers in the local community. Read More »
Welcome to No Bones Jones - A High Quality Vegan Veggie catering outfit owned and run by two restaurant trained chefs each with twenty years experience in catering.
No Bones Jones has been running since 1995 when by chance I stumbled on a pitch at Llangollen Eisteddfod. So with my C.S.E. Welsh, a saucepan of Lentil Stew and my wife's Carrot Cake I paid my pitch fee, borrowed a market stall and headed for Llangollen. Read More »
Cambrian Mountain Lamb represents a group of farms in Mid Wales, which supply Welsh Lamb to the Co-operative Supermarket group across Wales.
Our lamb is extensively produced from native breeds in the Cambrian Mountains of Mid Wales. The hefted flocks are kept on Farm assured farms using the old Hafod a Hendre system. We manage our farms through using skills and knowledge that have passed down to us for many generations. One such tradition is the cyfnewid system of neighbouring farmers helping each other at certain times of the year such as shearing and Autumn gathering. With so much discussion about food miles recently we are fortunate to have the lambs born, bred and processed locally. Read More »
Celtic Country Wines are made in Treifi Valley one of the most picturesque in Wales.
At the winery we spend a lot of time blending wines to improve their quality and taste, and they are distinctive because our fruits at the height of their ripeness.Today's taste have moved away from the strong sweet wines of yesteryear.At the Celtic Country Wines, we are dedicated to recreating ancient recipes,but with the benefit of modern wine-making knowledge and equipment,we are now producing fresher lighter wines in today's styles. 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 »
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 »
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 »
We make our products in small batches at home so that we can guarantee you a flavour that beats the supermarket. Our aim is to use locally grown products whenever we can. We never use artificial flavourings, colours or preservatives. Now how good is that?
Our chutnies, jams and chilli sauce all have a shelf life of one year. 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 »
The Fabulous Fish Company voted one of Waless favourite fishmongers at The True Taste Awards and its easy to see why. Sarah has also appeared on BBC Radio Wales and has cooked up a storm with her expert knowledge and sheer passion for good quality fish alongside her great cooking tips. The first fishmonger in Wales to be able to take on apprentice who will gain nationally recognised qualifications . , Sarah is now looking for a second apprentice to train. Most certainly a Welsh food ambassador in the making. If you want the best fish The Fabulous Fish Company is the place to go. From Sprats to Dover from Laverbread to Live Lobster ..if its fresh if it's available then we will have it .
Fabulous Fish was a Finalist in the 2009 Seafood Awards held in Londons Grosvenor Square! The awards were established in 2005 by Seafish, the UKs leading authority on seafood, to recognise excellence and promote sustainable practice across the seafood industry. The Seafood awards consistently attract a high calibre of entry and this years crop of winners has proved to be no exception. Read More »
We aim to provide the best tasting products by attention to detail. Our pigs are fed a ration that is mixed on the farm ensuring a superb carcass to start with. Our carcasses are hung for 5 days before they are processed. We measure the cure for our bacon and gammon very accurately to ensure a consistent product. Our curing takes 10 days, and then we slice and package very carefully to ensure the product looks good. The proof of our care is in the eating. The 'Taste' is paramount to us, and many people say that once you taste our bacon you don't want anyone else's.
We were delighted to have won Gold Awards for our products in the Great Taste Awards over the years, culminating in the Best Speciality in Wales for our Back Bacon in 2006 - in fact ours was the best bacon sample out of 129 entries nationwide in that year. Read More »
Lysh Liqueurs are hand made on the family farm in the heart of Montgomeryshire using fruits growing in the orchard and hedgerows. The company was established in 2004 as a diversified enterprise to use the surplus fruits growing in the orchard. At the farm the emphasis is on quality of the product with the fruits hand picked and gathered at the peak of their ripeness making our liqueurs second to none. 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 »
The farm specializes in breeding and rearing traditional breed pigs, cattle & sheep outdoors in welfare - friendly conditions, where they have plenty of space in which to roam, root and wallow.
A growing number of people care how animals are reared and treated and have concluded that mass-produced foods have lost a lot of their taste and quality, regardless of how attractive the packaging may look.
We are completely committed to the health and well being of our animals, allowing them to grow naturally and happily in the Welsh countryside. Read More »
Caws Mynydd Du meaning 'Black Mountains Cheese' has been set up by us, Andrew and Helen Meredith, to try to ensure the survival of our small family farm. Our farm nestles at the foot of the Black Mountains in the east of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Read More »