The Market





Grown Green

We grow organic salads, veggies, herbs, flowers and fruit on our 2.5 acre market garden at Hartley Farm near Bradford on Avon in Wiltshire. Kate and her team have been experimenting with new varieties and colourful crops for over 10 years, to grow the best and freshest, triple award-winning organic produce for both body and mind. We work in harmony with nature (although slugs are never welcome anywhere other than the compost heaps!), rather than relying on pesticides and chemical inputs; and love our armies of ladybirds, hoverflies and toads which keep pesky pests in check.

We have four medium and four small polytunnels for growing food all year round, as well as herb beds, a small currant area, and the field which is broken into 5 patches for our rotation of main crops. We have also recently planted a small fruit orchard.

From edible flowers, juicy heirloom tomatoes and fragrant coriander, basil and oregano, to heartier staples such as mixed colour beetroot, kale, leeks and squash, we have a undimmed passion for growing veg in a sustainable way, and love welcoming visitors to the garden to share in the joy of finding new ways to improve the local and wider environment. We are certified organic with the Soil Association and often hold events and farm tours, as well as volunteer parties to encourage those who might not otherwise get the chance to come and enjoy getting their hands dirty, learning about and celebrating fresh organic food.

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Close Farm

Close farm located in Tetbury, Gloucester, is managed primarily by me (Fred). Whilst assisted by some able volunteers, I work as the solely employed grower, so I tend to be quite busy. The farm is an extensive affair with a bank of polytunnels supplementing a 3-acre market garden and a further 4 acres of field crops where the likes of potatoes are grown. The market garden is also the location for an extensive collection of traditional and rare apple trees – arranged to create crop alleys that enable crops to be grown between the trees, feeding on the leaves and other detritus that falls and fertilises the ground. 

HRH Prince of Wales’ belief in the advantages of organic farming resulted in the decision in 1985 for Duchy Home Farm (of which our farm is the fruit and vegetable section) to be turned into an organic farm – both for livestock as well as crops. This endeavour took place back when organic was still a relatively new concept – so a bold move at the time. In becoming organic, the Prince of Wales has worked closely with organisations such as Soil Association, Sustainable Food Trust, Garden Organic and Organic Research Centre. At the same time, organic farms have been promoting education and research into the links between food, farming, health and the environment. 

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Purton House Organics

Purton House Organics is a family-run mixed organic farm of 70 hectares outside Swindon and we’ve been growing vegetables and produce beef since the last century. Our farm was born out of the love for excellent quality food, produced in a way that works with nature and creates biodiversity.  

Over 20 years ago, while agricultural innovations pushed farmers towards more intensive systems, we decided to turn organic to fit with our genuine love for tasty and healthy food. We wanted to supply veg to pursue our organic ideal and keep producing delicious food. After more than 25 years of farming, our passion for amazing flavours is still there, and we are all proud of the veg, fruit, eggs and meat that we deliver to your door. 

We’re proud that our farm has held organic status since 1997. One of our farmers, Rowie Meers, is dedicated to the organic way of life and obsessed with healthy eating, especially unprocessed and raw foods. She is a passionate advocate of ethical farming, sustainability and respect for nature – everything we do at Purton House puts the environment and the animals first.  

The real bosses here are the chickens, who ride the tractors and pretty much rule the roost. While the hens hitch­hike, Rowie and her sheepdog Loopy take a walk around the farm to check on the vegetables – including the nine polytunnels in which we grow heat-loving aubergines, melons and oriental greens. Staffed by our daughters, nephews, nieces and friends, Purton House is a true family venture – and workers who aren’t related are treated just like they are! Lunch is served to all workers, and anyone idly wandering into the kitchen would find it impossible to tell who was family and who wasn’t. 

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Langridge Organic

With over 30 years experience in the organic fresh produce industry, Langridge Organic has built a network of organic growers throughout the UK that we work closely with to bring our customers the freshest organic produce possible.

The business started it’s life amongst the rolling hills of Mid-Devon in 1969 when Uncle Bernard Govier bought Langridge Farm and started growing vegetables the old fashioned way, without the use of chemical aids. We still have very close ties to our family farm near Crediton in Devon, which has been successfully farmed by Bernard Govier, our founder and his family since 1969. In the early days the farm’s produce was sold to shops in and around Exeter, before supplying shops and restaurants in and around London.

Since the early days of only selling produce grown on our own farms we have partnered with more and more trusted organic growers around the UK, and today we have growers as far apart as Italy, South Africa and Argentina whilst all the time continuing to source from the UK wherever possible.

We have partnered with Langridge Organic to supply organic fruit and vegetables from across the UK and Europe. Sourced from their network of trusted farms this enables us to offer customers a broader range of produce, especially during the fallow months of Spring and Early Summer.
Langridge Organic have a no-airfreight policy and endeavour to reduce the amount of plastic used for their produce, and we believe this fits the Furrow ethos, as well the expectations of our customers.

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Sladesdown Farm

Daniel and Elaine were both brought up in farming families and wished to start our own farming business. They originally started rearing turkeys and geese for the Christmas period and the business has gone from strength to strength.

They are now producing all year round chicken, duck, beef and (when available) guinea fowl.

"Our poultry is grown and finished on natural feed with no added stimulants or antibiotics. They graze in the ranges on a variety of grasses, vetches and other brassicas to give the birds a unique flavour.

Our beef from our Devon Ruby Red herd is noted for its tenderness, being well marbled and full flavoured. Our meat is hung for a minimum of 3 weeks, reducing the water content and producing a darker colour meat, producing flavour and tenderness that our Sladesdown Devon Red beef is known for."

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Berkeley Farm Dairy

We are a family run partnership supplying organic milk, cream and butter to shops and wholesalers across southern England.The dairy products are made using milk from our own herd of Guernsey cows as well as two local organic herds.

Berkeley Farm Dairy is owned and run by the Gosling family who have been producing and supplying Guernsey milk since 1908.
We aim to produce the best quality milk on the market. How do we achieve this?We use organic milk. Organic milk is better for your health as organic dairy farmers do not use pesticides or fertilisers and are heavily restricted on their use of cattle hormones and antibiotics.

We use traditional methods of milk processing which focus on taste rather than convenience. We pasteurise our milk but do not homogenise like most dairies. Homogenising breaks down the milk fats which we think affects the taste. Our milk has a traditional 'cream line' which is only seen in milk that has not been homogenised.

Our luxury products are made using milk from Guernsey Cows. Guernsey cows are a traditional breed and we believe their milk to be the best tasting due to its high butterfat and rich and creamy texture. 

We have partnered with Langridge Organic to supply organic fruit and vegetables from across the UK and Europe. Sourced from their network of trusted farms this enables us to offer customers a broader range of produce, especially during the fallow months of Spring and Early Summer.

Langridge Organic have a no-airfreight policy and endeavour to reduce the amount of plastic used for their produce, and we believe this fits the Furrow ethos, as well the expectations of our customers.

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New Farm Organics

The Edwards family first began farming in Lincolnshire in the 1700’s. Many of the traditional farming methods currently employed by New Farm Organics have been passed on through the generations, from father to son. It is this rich heritage and experience that has been fundamental to New Farm Organics success in pioneering the growth of UK organic farming. New Farm Organics consists of two farms. One of them has been free of pesticides and artificial fertilisers since the 1800’s, with both becoming officially organic in 1988.

New Farm’s respect for traditional farming methods has naturally led to the environmental awareness of all partners. We see environmental awareness as being critical to the success of organic farming and the maintenance of good natural soil quality and growing conditions. Our land is now a haven for wildlife. Very large old hedges provide shelter and food for many species of birds and mammals. With advice from our local Farming, Wildlife Advisory Group forty acres of land has been taken out of arable production and returned to pastureland with ponds and ‘scrapes’ for the birds. Hedges have been planted and wild flower seed sown in the grassland.

We have partnered with Langridge Organic to supply organic fruit and vegetables from across the UK and Europe. Sourced from their network of trusted farms this enables us to offer customers a broader range of produce, especially during the fallow months of Spring and Early Summer.
Langridge Organic have a no-airfreight policy and endeavour to reduce the amount of plastic used for their produce, and we believe this fits the Furrow ethos, as well the expectations of our customers.

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Cytropic

Cytropic is a family owned business, Ramon and Stella Lucena which is based in Alora, Malaga and started in 2006. Prior to this Ramon worked for one of the largest organic packers and exporters in Andalucia at the time, Ecofruyser.

Previously the majority of production was lemons however over the last three years they have diversified into other vegetable lines; butternut sweet potato, celery, fennel and various types of cabbages. Orange and soft citrus turnover has also increased. Production is now approximately 40% lemon, 40% clementine and orange and 20% vegetables.

We have partnered with Langridge Organic to supply organic fruit and vegetables from across the UK and Europe. Sourced from their network of trusted farms this enables us to offer customers a broader range of produce, especially during the fallow months of Spring and Early Summer.
Langridge Organic have a no-airfreight policy and endeavour to reduce the amount of plastic used for their produce, and we believe this fits the Furrow ethos, as well the expectations of our customers.

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Patrick Hearne

Capel Mushrooms was established in 1962 and is now run by the founder’s sons, Damian and Patrick Hearne. In 1988, faced with the problems of being a relatively small mushroom grower in an increasingly competitive market, Damian and Patrick took the decision to become organic, having dismissed alternatives such as moving into snail farming or rhubarb growing. As one of the first organic mushroom growers in the country, they then faced new problems, not least the lack of a market. However, they persevered and developed a solid reputation as organic growers.

At the main site in Capel St Mary, the compost on which the mushrooms grow is produced and used to cultivate closed cap mushrooms. Compost is also produced for a second site at Trimley, where they grow open cap, brown cap, portobello and portobellini mushrooms. All these mushrooms are, in fact, the same species, Agaricus Bisporus, but different strains and growing times allow the variations. Capel work as part of a co-operative with another organic grower, Gourmet Mushrooms, who produce speciality mushrooms such as Pleurotus (similar to Oyster) and Shii-take.

We have partnered with Langridge Organic to supply organic fruit and vegetables from across the UK and Europe. Sourced from their network of trusted farms this enables us to offer customers a broader range of produce, especially during the fallow months of Spring and Early Summer.
Langridge Organic have a no-airfreight policy and endeavour to reduce the amount of plastic used for their produce, and we believe this fits the Furrow ethos, as well the expectations of our customers.

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Bio Natura

Bio Natura is an organic cooperative based in the southern region of Sicily. “The Earth offers what she is given” Rosario Lauria, the founder Bionatura Soc. Coop. tells us. Saro has more than 30 years of experience in the agricultural field and his respect for the Earth, which he got from his father, has been handed down to his children Elisa, Giovanna and Vittorio.

Bio Natura Soc. Coop. started in July 2007, when ten producers came together. All ten already had vast experience developed over years in the production and marketing of organic products and so the journey of Bio Natura began.The farm is nestled in the Chiaramonte countryside, between the green plain of Acate, Mazzarrone and Comiso, in the southern region on Sicily, at an altitude of over 600 meters. Thanks to the excellent climatic conditions and fertile soil, the farm is able to provide high quality products. 

In the tunnels and greenhouses all the plastic used to suppress weed growth is fully compostable so at the end of a growing season it has broken down fully into the soil. Companion planting is used with wheat planted in rows amongst the courgette plants to provide a home for all the beneficial insects that Saro uses to his own advantage in controlling the insect pests that farmers don’t want.

We have partnered with Langridge Organic to supply organic fruit and vegetables from across the UK and Europe. Sourced from their network of trusted farms this enables us to offer customers a broader range of produce, especially during the fallow months of Spring and Early Summer.

Langridge Organic have a no-airfreight policy and endeavour to reduce the amount of plastic used for their produce, and we believe this fits the Furrow ethos, as well the expectations of our customers.

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Stubbs Barn

We have kept a small apiary here at Stubbs Barn for over five years, but when I retired from my business last year, I turned my hand to building up the size and number of hives. Working with another ardent beekeeper, “Bob the Bee”, our hives have produced a plentiful supply of honey earlier in the year. The work will continue until late summer, building new colonies and preparing the apiary for the coming winter. 

Our bees collect nectar and turn it into honey, storing it in honey-comb frames with each cell topped with wax. We then extract the honey from the comb by spinning the frames of honey and filtered through a fine sieve to remove any wax or bee debris. The consistency of the honey will vary depending on the time of year and the nectar available. Early in the year, the yellow fields of oilseed rape produce solid white honey, and later in the year, we obtain thick dark honey from Ivy flowers. 

This year we have also started to re-wild our paddocks. The grass is left to grow, and we’ve planted areas with scrub plants which provide food and cover for birds and nectar and pollen for bees. This effort was supported by our local bumblebee preservation project - the Chet Bee Line - creating a corridor to connect wild areas for bumblebees.

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AVLAKI

Avlaki’s Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oils bring a different experience of olive oil. Bottled unfiltered and unadulterated after picking and milling the fruit, they are the closest you can get to understanding what fresh olive oil is all about, as opposed to the commercially produced offerings in the supermarket. 

We only pick the fruit in late November/December when the olives are at their optimum for quality and flavour; we bottle as quickly as we can to capture the essence, the aromas, the tastes of fresh oil – and the nutritional values.

Avlaki’s oils are certified ‘Organic’ at every stage from the tree to the bottle; verified ‘Extra Virgin’ with extensive chemical and organoleptic tests in an International olive oil council approved laboratory ; and registered ‘Vegan’

The harvests from our two different terrains are bottled separately: they each produce a different ‘finish’ in the oil: our high grown mountain oil ‘Agatherí Groves’ is exceptionally light on the palate, a brilliant accompaniment to the more delicate ingredients; salads and micro greens, steamed baby veg, chicken. It makes a marvellous light mayonnaise with fresh organic eggs.

‘Avlaki Groves’, coming from warmer richer fields, has a buttery, creamy finish that nicely balances more spicy, zesty flavours: ripe tomatoes, garlic, strong cheese, chilli. Great too to finish barbecued meats.

We have a third, general purpose oil, a mix from organic farmers who also harvest at the same time. An excellent all-rounder, we use it for all sorts in the kitchen: frying eggs, sauté potatoes, roast winter veg, ratatouille, baking bread.

Our oils come from a very small particular locality in the south of the Greek island of Lesvos, an island well-known in Greece for producing oils that are particularly light in texture, never overwhelming food or leaving an unpleasant greasy feeling on the palate, or indeed a pungent burning in the throat.

We never intended to be olive farmers: we bought a small plot by the sea on Lesvos as a bolt-hole, then found ourselves contravening local planning regulations from which we could only extricate ourselves with buying more land: all of which was in a dreadful barren condition, all planted with olive trees, all badly neglected, but which all responded superbly to the TLC from UK gardeners! We then found that the taste of the oils they produced, freshly milled, was nothing like anything we thought we knew about olive oil! Vibrant, lively, with a sweet and complicated aroma of olives, grasses, citrus, flowers…

As we learned more, we also discovered that most of the traditional farming practices locally were not wonderful for the trees - so we immediately started the conversion to organic. We researched the latest science on olive oil production, investigated the best practice for soil recovery, practicing permaculture, encouraging bio-diversity. So now, 20+ years later, our fields are carpets of wild flowers of so many varieties in spring, we have plenty of cover for insects and birds in the bushes and trees around the olives, and if you keep still and quiet you see the wildlife scurrying about their business in the long grasses.

20 years on, our trees have become members of our family. We’ve pruned, mulched, cut the wild suckers away, nurtured the new growth, brought the badly damaged back into new life. Local records suggest that our high fields could have been planted in the 14th century; strimming the growth away from around many of the trunks reveal evidence of their very old history.

It’s become a long and wonderful departure from Natalie’s previous broadcasting life as the ubiquitous fog-horn on the Arts for the BBC. For Deborah, who is a painter, but also looks after the work of her late husband the choreographer Kenneth MacMillan, it’s an escape from the indoor emotional hothouse of the ballet world where she looks after revivals and new productions around the world.

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appleTeme

At appleTeme we hand pick and press local apples to create delicious tasting apple juice. Each limited press has great character and depth of flavour due to a mix of apple varieties. This is achieved by blending an assortment of heritage varieties, many particular to Shropshire and Herefordshire and not found in commercial production today. We have our main orchard at Tickmore, but we also get apples from the Tenbury Millennium Orchard as well as many privately owned orchards in and around the Ludlow area, including Augernik Fruit Farm.

Apple picking begins in late summer, increasing during the autumn, picked when just ripe. They are then stored accordingly to allow suitable optimum flavour. Our straight apple juice is classified as either sweet, medium or tangy. We list the main varieties on the back of the tag label just so you will always know what you’re drinking.

Indeed, we make the most of forgotten fruits such as the wonderfully flavourful Shropshire Prune Damson, quinces, blackberries, elderberries, medlars and more recently mulberries which we blend with our apple juice to create exciting new flavours. We also like to use elderflower, cherries, gooseberries and blackcurrants when we have good glut years. Try our juice warmed with spices in the winter or with sparkling water in the summer, they suit all seasons and can be enjoyed any time of the day.

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Strawberry Fields

Strawberry Fields is an organic oasis ten miles north of Boston, Lincolnshire. Started as a self-sufficient dream back on a housing estate in Hertfordshire, the inevitable bills were an incentive for Pam Bowers and family to begin selling the surplus vegetables (organic of course), and one thing led to another!

The business is a real family affair, with sons Clyde and Dicken second generation organic farmers, daughter Bryony responsible for the payroll, and eldest son, Jade, drawing up the end of year accounts. They have been farming organically since 1975, clinging on tight through the organic roller-coaster of three decades – and through some tough times – cutting their own niche on just 38 Black Fen acres.

The environmental sustainability of the farm is evident from the snake eggs in the manure pile, the frogs in the celery field, the family of weasels playing beside their own-established hedgerows, the goose nesting in the spinach, and the young leveret who regularly turned up as they harvested lettuce.

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The Bath Soft Cheese Co

Award-winning organic cheese made by hand at Park Farm, Kelston near Bath with milk from our own cows.

There is an old farming saying, “Look after your cows and your cows will look after you.” It goes to the heart of what happens here at Park Farm. We take a traditional approach both to how we raise and graze our small herd of 160 mainly Holstein Friesian cows and to our artisan, handmade, hands-on cheesemaking.

We are entirely organic and are registered with Organic Farmers and Growers – so that means no fungicides, pesticides or artificial fertilisers are used on our land. Instead we use manure and organic compost: the environment, the land and the waterways remain uncontaminated.

The Padfield family have been milking happily milking their herd of cows at Park Farm since 1914, with Cheddar cheese the first cheese produced out of the farmhouse. In 1990, Graham Padfield decided to start making cheese again, less than 50 yards from where the cows are milked.

He tracked down the original recipe for Bath Cheese, recommended to Admiral Lord Nelson in a letter from his father in 1801, and has never looked back, winning an impressive list of awards across the whole range.

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Sole of Discretion

We are a wild fishery collective of small-scale fishers fishing out of Plymouth Harbour.

We are committed to procuring fish and shellfish that have been caught with as little damage to the marine environment as possible, have contributed to the livelihood of small-scale fishers and their communities, and to get these high quality and delicious fish to your door. 

We are proud to be the first wild fishery in the UK able to use the Soil Association's logo on our packaging.

 

How fresh is your fish?

The fish is iced at sea and landed overnight and processed that day. If we’ve not sold it by the end of the day we blast freeze it to lock in the freshness. Paradoxically, freezing the fish ensures it is fresher at the point of eating; fish from industrial scale boats generally have a much longer journey before it is frozen. Freezing the fish enables us to take the whole catch and allows us to balance supply and demand (eg. you can still get fish if the boats can’t get out in rough weather). In our blind taste tests we found no impact on flavour or texture, so you can expect fish that tastes as good as ever.

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Regular price £8.80
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300g
Regular price £9.75
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200g
Regular price £14.10
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170g
Regular price £11.35
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3x 120g
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300g
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300g
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200g Tranche
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200g Sliced
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The Tomato Stall

Our journey began over 15 years ago when we packed our van and headed to our first farmers market

From day one, our customers fell in love with our tomatoes, and we have been inspiring people with the most flavourful and exciting varieties ever since.

With over 40 varieties grown every year we are passionate about taste, trialling over 200 varieties each year on our quest for the finest flavours. From the hearty beef to the naturally sweet Piccolo, our diverse range of tomatoes are carefully selected to offer you the finest quality and best taste.

We have partnered with Langridge Organic to supply organic fruit and vegetables from across the UK and Europe. Sourced from their network of trusted farms this enables us to offer customers a broader range of produce, especially during the fallow months of Spring and Early Summer.

Langridge Organic have a no-airfreight policy and endeavour to reduce the amount of plastic used for their produce, and we believe this fits the Furrow ethos, as well the expectations of our customers.

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500g
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