Afon Mêl

Today New Quay Honey Farm is home to hundreds of hives located throughout the beautiful Ceredigion countryside in West Wales. The hives are clustered in small groups. These hives create beautifully blended honey from the amazing selection of wildflowers scattered around the county. The farm has moved to produce artisan honey products under the Afon Mel label. Currently they are producing beautiful honey in several varieties, all which are cold-pressed and raw. This means that filtration is the only process the honey undergoes before being consumed, preserving the natural health benefits and taste of this amazing product. The latest addition to the New Quay Honey Farm is the traditional meadery. A big achievement was winning a Great Taste Golden Fork…

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Attilus Caviar

Created at their fishery in Jessen, Germany, Attilus Caviar prides themselves on providing top-quality caviar to gourmet chefs and connoisseurs. One of the limited number of producers world-wide to offer ‘real’ Oscietra caviar to their customers, Attilus’ focus is upon the treatment and wellbeing of the fish. Marrying an appreciation for tradition with modern, innovative technology, the company employs precision, patience, and dedication to their caviar production, allowing them to maintain an extremely high standard of produce. Their caviar is totally sustainable and completely traceable, backed by decades of experience. During the process, researchers and biologists monitor the fish and carefully craft their feeding, creating an optimal nutritional balance; this allows Attilus to obtain the highest possible quality of this…

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By Ruby

It all started when Ruby, who trained at the famous cookery school Leith’s is our founder. Ruby met Milly, her creative co-founder, while working as Head Chef at Finns in Chelsea London. Over the years they chatted to customers and nattered about their own lives, which made them realise that you just don’t always have the energy to cook from scratch, but you still like to eat seriously good, nutritious food. Ruby and Milly can up with the idea that on the days where cooking from scratch was no an option, you could just open your freezer and discover a library of carefully-prepared meals waiting for you to heat up in a jiffy! They decided on people’s freezers and not…

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Cocoba Chocolate

Founded by Australian-native-turned-UK-resident Darren, the idea for Cocoba was born from a childhood memory of drinking delicious hot chocolate with his grandfather. When he moved to the UK and couldn’t find anything that measured up to this, he decided to create his own. Cocoba sources the highest-quality cocoa beans and chocolate from around the world to create their products. Based in Kent, all Cocoba’s hot chocolates are made using slowly-melted, real Belgian chocolate, which you can recreate at home with their Hot Chocolate Flakes and Hot Chocolate Spoons. They also offer Cocoba blend coffee, loose-leaf teas, and other cold drinks, which you can also enjoy in-store, in the Bluewater Shopping Centre. With a wide range of chocolate bars, chocolate-coated coffee…

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The Artisan Baker

Based in London’s New Covent Garden Fruit Market, the Artisan Baker aims to provide sustainably-sourced, gourmet-quality baked goods, always withholding artisan values at the core of every product. We work exclusively with the UK’s premier supplier to some of the country’s most highly-regarded hotels and restaurants, such as The Ivy, making these gourmet products available to our customers. The baked goods we provide are hand-crafted, using time-honoured artisanal techniques and standards. These traditional methods have been passed down for centuries, ensuring the highest quality and best flavour possible. Made only with natural ingredients, the products are made fresh daily, and are favoured by esteemed chefs at Michelin-star restaurants. All bread and pastries are hand-made fresh every day, allowing time to prove…

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The Artisan Fruiterer

Aptly located in the New Covent Garden Fruit Market in London, we at The Artisan Fruitier pride ourselves on sourcing our fruit and vegetables from sustainably-focused companies. It is precisely this ethically- and environmentally-sound farming method that is so beloved by the UK’s top chefs. At The Artisan Fruitier, we work closely with suppliers to gourmet hotspots such as The Ivy and Soho Farmhouse, making these products accessible to our customers. We understand the need within this industry for fresh, reliably-sourced produce, whose lack of artificial additives only serve to highlight the natural flavours within the fruits and vegetables we offer. Organic foods contain more nutrients than their conventionally-grown counterparts, and reduce harmful impact upon the environment; these are the…

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The Artisan Fishmonger

Working with one of the UK’s top suppliers, The Artisan Fishmonger centres its focus around sustainability and responsibly-sourced fish and seafood. Bringing Michelin-quality produce to our customers, we collaborate exclusively with companies who supply fresh fish to some of the country’s most highly-regarded hotels and restaurants, including the likes of The Ivy and Soho Farmhouse. Marrying traditional with more modern and innovative fishing and fish farming techniques, we ensure our seafood is of the highest possible quality, whilst maintaining an ethical and environmentally-conscious attitude. Selling only product that is freshly and sustainably caught, our supplier cares deeply about our shared oceans and works tirelessly with local fishermen and women and NGO’s to ensure that we pass on to our children…

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Canchelos Chimichurri

We are a small Family Business producing Artisan Chimichurri Sauce, which is a mix of herbs infused in olive oil and vinegar. In my country, Uruguay, is very popular as everyone eat it with the 'Asado' (BBQ), but the truth is that it is a very versatile sauce that you can eat with any type of meat, also as a fish marinade, or salad dressing. I've realised there's plenty of recipes using Chimichurri Sauce on Social Media and I really think is a much needed condiment for all type of meals, as is also perfect for Vegetarians and pescatarians.

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Champagne Moutard

In 1952 Lucien Moutard planted ten acres of the Arbane grape variety, which had been previously cultivated in the Bar-sur-Seine area. Before establishing his vineyard, the Arbane variety had nearly disappeared from Champagne. Lucien Moutard worked alongside his wife Josette and children. Today his son François Moutard reflects, “My mother worked on the vines and welcomed customers. Working as a family was very important to him. He would be happy to see the family’s success." François worked to preserve this rare Arbane variety in the region. He created a special cuvée from the 1952 vines planted by his father and produced only several thousand bottles. "My father loved the vines. He experimented with new cultivation and vinification techniques," he says.…

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Dallaways Cherry Farm

Located on the border between Kent and East Sussex, Dallaway Cherry Farm is composed of four orchards, containing a total of roughly 7500 trees. All the cherries grown within their orchards are picked freshly and sold at a range of farmers’ markets around the UK, focusing mainly on London-based markets. Ensuring they are perfectly ripe, the cherries are picked the day before they are sold, and are bursting with natural flavour. In their orchards at Sandhurst, 25 different varieties of cherry are grown. After the fruit is picked, their team of experts make sure to maintain the right number of nutrients within the tree with a balanced nutritional programme. Alongside selling the cherries at various markets, they can also be…

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Deli Farm Charcuterie

With a history as rich as its range of produce, this renowned Cornish farm is run by Martin & Jean Edwards, settled among the sweeping hills of Cornwall. Deli Farm Charcuterie is celebrated for its award-winning air-dried charcuterie products, which include various flavours of salami, coppa, bresaola, duck prosciutto, smoked lamb prosciutto, pancetta, and even wild venison. The company place great important on sourcing their meat from local producers, and aim to minimise their carbon footprint as much as possible during the production process. In 2005, the farm’s first batch of salami was made using just an old smoker, a CPU fan, a lightbulb, a domestic fridge, and an air-drying room – things have changed considerably since then! Deli Farm…

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Droitwich Salt

Droitwich Salt is sourced from one of the oldest and purest brine springs in the world.  These brine springs have naturally existed beneath Droitwich Spa for millions of years. Today they are once again using this unique resource to make one of the purest, natural brine spring salts in the world. The salt made in Droitwich was an internationally valuable resource in Roman, Anglo Saxon and Norman Times. In 1215 King John granted the town a royal charter based on the importance of its brine. Droitwich Spa was subsequently one of the most prosperous towns in medieval times through to the 20th century. In the mid-19th century, Droitwich Salt won international recognition. As stated on the historic label, it was awarded a…

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Art Chocolat

Combining splashes of vibrant colour, and explosions of complex flavours, ArtChocolat carefully hand-develop each shiny bonbon in their kitchen using world class ingredients such as single origin fino de aroma cacao from Colombia, or fresh fruit purees from the fields of England and France. They have carefully selected each chocolate bonbon in their range to provide you with a full and rounded tasting experience.

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Coucke Cuisine et Table

Created in 1931 by René Coucke in the North of France, the COUCKE brand was predestined to operate in the world of cooking (consonance with the term cook = translation of the word cook in English). At its beginnings, Coucke was a manufacturer of handkerchiefs, and the brand turned to table and kitchen linen in the 1970s at a time when the art of living was becoming a benchmark. COUCKE has now specialized in jacquard tea towels, paying particular attention to the “look” and above al,l to the quality of its products. The brand is part of tradition and the contemporary. Our product lines cover a wide range of styles and materials. Made in France at the heart of our creations…

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Gospel Green

Over the past 29 years, Gospel Green Cyder has mastered traditional cyder making techniques to create one of the finest sparkling cyders in the world. James and Cathy Lane founded Gospel Green Sussex Cyder in 1990. They sourced apples from their personal garden as well as the Blackmoor Estate. Using the traditional method pioneered by Lord Scudamore in the time of Charles I, the first commercial batch of Gospel Green was produced. After 24 successful years of cyder production, James and Cathy decided to make 2014 their final vintage, and they awaited the release of their final vintage in early 2016. When Brock Bergius spoke to Cathy to purchase Gospel Green cyder and discovered this would be their final vintage, he…

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Harrogate Tipple

Harrogate Tipple is a small batch, family distillery in the beautiful and historic Ripley Castle Estate in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. They are passionate about their products and the environment, which is why Harrogate Tipple strives to keep everything as local as possible. Harrogate Tipple uses 100% Harrogate spring water. This is evident in the clean, crisp and exceptionally smooth taste in their gins.The botanicals are grown in the 750 year old gardens within the castle walls. Their award-winning Gins are expertly made by master distiller Tom Nichol, who has over forty years of experience in the gin industry. Nichol has created many world famous drinks such as Tanqueray 10. Everything he produces is handcrafted with extreme care and detail.

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Hunters Brewery

Brewing in the heart of the Devonshire countryside since 2008, Hunter’s is a family-run brewery dedicated to producing the finest quality ales. Hunter’s Brewery was founded with the aim of producing high-quality ales with flavours that reflect the best Devon has to offer the craft beer industry. After finding premises on a local farm, company founder Paul set about creating the core range of beers that many drinkers enjoy throughout Devon and the UK. Hunter's produce a wide range of uniquely tasty cask and bottled ales using traditional methods and locally-sourced ingredients to brew some of the region’s best beers. The brewery is leading the charge on the resurgence of bottle conditioning, adding the kind of craftsmanship and flavour to the…

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Meridiani Tea Atelier

Located near the iconic city of Padova, Meridiani is an Italian tea company who strongly believes in the comfort and refuge a cup of tea can bring. They want their teas to appeal to everyone, applying their passion and knowledge to create the highest-quality blends, full of freshness. Along with their range of teas and infusions, Meridiani also offer a selection of enriched fruit and herbal blends, and a number of tea-related products and accessories. Starting with a single sip, they believe a cup of tea to be an experience. To them, tea is more than simply a hot beverage. With all the stress and pressure that comes with modern-day life, we seem to have forgotten how to enjoy the…

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Mill Mortar

Mill & Mortar was established on February 1, 2008. Behind Mill & Mortar stands Iben Büchert, who previously worked in the consulting industry, but has now adopted her hobby of interest in food as her means of living. Iben has a long-standing experience as an entrepreneur at Quartz Strategy Consulting where she was one of the founders. We work vigorously to build a healthy and trustworthy relationship with all our suppliers because we rely on the fact that they will always deliver the best quality. Our suppliers are skilled and passionate spice farmers, who usually value quality just as we do. Our farmers predominantly tend to their soil and produce according to ancient traditions, which means that the spices are…

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Napton Cidery

Napton Cidery was started with the sole mission to collect unwanted apples from the village and surrounding orchards and make something wonderful with them. From pressing 2000 litres in 2015, they now press over 80,000 litres; using apples sourced from small orchards across the UK, supporting sustainable British farming. 2019 has been a huge year for Napton Cidery; they received their first batch of crowdfunding thanks to a wonderful group of investors and since then they’ve created a new look for their cider, have undergone renovations in the cidery and are set to launch a brand new keg and can range in the near future. The team are lucky to be surrounded by people who have made Napton Cidery happen. They’re…

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