Kid Me Not was established in 2005 by Loraine Makowski-Heaton in partnership with her husband, Mike Makowski and her parents June and Sid Heaton.
A love of goats and a desire to give people who are intolerant to cows milk a "treat" was the inspiration behind the formation of the innovative confectionary company, Kid Me Not. With children suffering from Eczema and Asthma goats milk can be a real alternative for them. Many people are moving away from a cows milk diet for many different dietary reasons like IBS and Crones Disease or also for religious reasons. Kid Me Not specialises in goats milk products primarily confectionary but also has cheese, milk and yoghurt products available Read More »
We are based close to Monmouth, and are producers of Indian ready meals,snacks such as Samosas, Bhajis ,Kebabs ,Pickles and Chutneys. Read More »
Croeso, welcome to D&M Mathews Family Butchers.
You will find us in the old drovers' town of Llandovery, located in the heart of Wales, close to the Brecon Beacons in Wales. 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 »
Willo Game are a major UK supplier to the wholesale and retail trade, including butchers, restaurants and hotels. We also supply to outlets in Europe.
We are situated on the Shropshire/ Welsh border, in the heart of game shooting country, and purchase game from high-profile country estates and quality shoots.
All our products are processed to high standards at our EEC licensed premises. 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 »
Wernddu Wine - is a new vineyard venture based in the beautiful South Wales countryside, just a short drive from the historic town of Monmouth. Wernddu farm, situated in the small community of Pen-y-clawd, has been the home of the Strawford family since 1999..
Come and explore our website and find out more about how the vision of planting a vineyard became a reality in 2002. How those plans are taking shape and what the future holds. Read More »
Little Cefn Smokehouse, producers of award winning smoked meat, poultry, game, home-made jams, marmalades and chutneys, honey from their own bees, free-range hen, goose and bantam eggs, spray free salads, tomatoes and spinach. Read More »
Sticky Puddings: Toffee, Chocolate, Ginger, Whiskey & Marmalade.
"Absolutely gorgeous - tried the Ginger today - mmmm." 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 »
In 1961, Michael and Vera Beddoes who had recently married moved to Common Piece Farm, Churchstoke after Michaels brother Ben moved from the family owned farm to a larger farm. At that time, Common Piece Farm consisted of 13 acres and a farm workers cottage and the couple milked six cows. As time past, Michael and Vera bought further land and also began renting ground as the milking herd started to increase, this also lead to the building of new sheds and buildings to house the stock. In 1964, two poultry units were built on the farm to further increase the business, each unit being capable of housing approximately 5,000 laying hens. During the expansion of the farm and whilst maintaining the successful farming business, Michael and Vera also raised a family of three sons, Jonathan, Stephen and Benjamin (Ben). 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 »
Ralph's Cider & Perry was established nearly 30 years ago. The company offers an exciting history with our own years of expertise and knowlege of the product and development. 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 »
Free range pork and dry-cured bacon and hams. Not to mention home-made sausages and burgers!
Jamie also organises Oswestry Farmers' market and sells his own pork and pork products there and at Welshpool 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 »
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 »
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 »
Its quite a leap from being a hotel manager to running an award winning fudge company but, for Peter Tofalos, it was more a series of small steps. He trained as a restaurateur and hotel manager -both stressful and demanding professions - and it was a friend who suggested taking up painting for relaxation. Watercolour painting became a passion and a natural progression was to buy a gift shop in which they could be displayed for sale. Read More »