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 »
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 »
Artisan baked cakes on the farm, prepared
in a commercial kitchen. We sell a variety of
cakes and confectionery with something for
everybodys taste, all non-cream, including
chocolate cake, bakewells and gingerbread.
Our most popular homemade cakes include
our zesty lemon cake and fruity Dundee cake.
Our other high quality produce includes local
free-range eggs and butter. Read More »
WELSH BLACK BEEF
Our own farm Welsh Pedigree Black Beef matured on the bone for 28 days in the time-honoured traditional way, to improve flavour and texture.
Our Pedigree Defaid Llyn lamb provides you with a natural, versatile, tender, low fat ratio, succulent product with the distinct flavour of Wales.
LLYN PENINSULA BACON
Cig Moch Pen Llyn (Llyn Peninsula Bacon) is cured using the old-
fashioned dry salt method. Unsurpassed for quality and value.
Our smoked bacon is produced by the traditional process using own smokehouse fired with local Welsh oak. Our bacons are distributed throughout Wales.
Glasfryn Estate game, which includes pheasant, duck, pigeon and rabbit is wild, reared as nature intended without artificial agents to boost growth or bulk.
THE FARM SHOP
Siop Fferm Glasfryn was established in 2001 to sell the farms beef, lamb and game, and Llyn pork and bacon direct to our local customers.
We pride ourselves on also selling quality local and Welsh produce including traditional homemade meals, made in Wales using the finest ingredients. 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 »
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 »
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 »
The Co-operative is stepping up its support for Welsh suppliers and investing in the local economy by forging a new link with local firm Bachledre Watermill.
This is the first time The Co-operative has worked with the Churchstoke-based business, which is supplying selected Co-operative stores with some of its finest flours.
The move comes as part of The Co-operatives latest drive to strengthen its commitment to local sourcing by taking on 15 new suppliers from across the country and introducing more than 60 products into its Welsh Favourites range. Read More »
Our bakehouse is situated opposite the Black mountains on our organic farm. 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 »
Veggie Fayre is a family business, based in Wrexham, North Wales. At the helm is Susan Dresner, whose lifelong passion for cooking could no longer be restrained and eventually burst forth into business in 2005.
As the name might suggest, the food is all vegetarian, and in some cases vegan and caters for special dietry requirements and intolerances. 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 »
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 »
Sticky Puddings: Toffee, Chocolate, Ginger, Whiskey & Marmalade.
"Absolutely gorgeous - tried the Ginger today - mmmm." Read More »
The Unusual Food Company specialise in producing breads, sweet and savoury pastries, vegetarian food and dietary foods using as many local ingredients as possible. Our range includes gluten-free and wheat-free products. We are based in Ystalyfera in the Swansea Valley.
The Unusual Food Company was founded by Paul and Lorraine Brandon in September 2004. We are located just north of Swansea in the picturesque village of Ystalyfera. We are within easy travelling distance of the M4.
We produced a limited range of foods working into the night with inadequate equipment but the will, drive and vision to produce fantastic innovative food which we were selling faster than we could make. Read More »
Cigydd teuluol yn y Fenni, syn gwerthu cig eidion, cig oen a phorc a gynhyrchwyd gartref, ar eu fferm yn Llanwytherin. Roedd eu fferm, Trerhew Fawr, ar raglen y BBC Lambing Live. 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 »
We are a small family farm producing fresh, home grown, seasonal vegetables in Mid Wales close to the County town of Montgomery.
We supply fresh vegetables and local and imported fruit to the general public, local hotels and public houses. Read More »
Tregroes Waffles a family-run business, based in the village of Llandysul, West Wales, marks its 25th Anniversary in November 2008. 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 »