We are often asked where we buy our breakfast and evening meal ingredients, who supplies our bathroom soaps, where
the drinks producers we buy from are located, amongst other things, and so we decided it might be a good idea to make the
information available for all to see.
- Phillip Warren, Launceston
Fully traceable Cornish meats and Rare Breeds Survival Trust butchers.
- Tregida Seafood, Launceston
Fresh fish bought daily from Looe market.
- Tregida Smokehouse, Launceston
Smoked fish and meats.
- Deli Farm Charcuterie, Delabole
Air dried salami & joints of meat.
- Sue Proudfoot, Whalesborough Farm Foods, Bude
Real artisan cheese.
- Tamar View Fruiterers, Saltash
Quality fruit and vegetables.
- Trewithen Dairy, Lostwithiel
Butter, milk, clotted cream, all things dairy.
- Redmoor, Launceston
Dry goods, herbs and spices.
- Cornish Sea Salt
Cornish Sea Salt sources sea water from the clearest, turquoise waters off Cornwall’s Lizard Peninsula.
- Simply Oil, Newquay
Cold-pressed rapeseed oil.
- Odds and Suds, Tavistock
Hand made soaps.
- The Natural Fibre Company
Specialist wool mill based in Launceston, Cornwall, producing high quality yarn and fabric.
- Leach Pottery, St Ives
World renowned pottery. Quality everyday tableware.
- Delabole Slate
Specialist producers of bespoke and traditional slate product. England's oldest working slate quarry.
- Tamar Organics
Organic vegetable, flower and herb seeds, fruit, onion sets, seed potatoes and garden products.
- Essential Care
Organic Skin and Body Care.
Ecological detergents and cleansing agents.
100% renewable electricity.
- Green Stationary
Recycled paper and green office products supplier.
- Cotton Soft
Toilet paper, tissues and kitchen roll made from 100% organic cotton - a byproduct of the textile industry and completely wood pulp free.