Our Suppliers

Meet our wonderful suppliers from Somerset and the surrounds. We have over 20 local suppliers from one-man -bands to larger operations providing us with over 100 products. Click below to find out more about our fantastic family of suppliers.

Popachoc

Popachoc creates crowd-pleasing bites of deliciousness; novelty chocolate for children, personalised gifts for all, and premium single origin, ginger and salted caramel bark for the grown ups. Based in rural Somerset and surrounded by mellow hills and meandering brooks, Popachoc takes care to respect the environment and the world we live in. Our chocolate is sustainably sourced via the Cocoa Horizon’s Foundation, helping scale impact and drive change to improve the livelihoods of cocoa farming communities. What’s more, our packaging is compostable, recyclable or reusable, meaning there’s plenty to be happy about when you eat Popachoc.
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Hullabaloos

Hullabaloos Drinks will leave a tingle on your tongue and make your taste buds come alive. Each and every drink is packed full of real fruit juice (never from concentrate) and come in a variety of tongue tingling flavours. We believe that simple pleasures are important. We keep things simple with our traditional methods and natural recipes. Each bottle is made by hand in the South West, using real ingredients with NO BADDIES AND NO BUBBLES needed!
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Worley’s

Worleys are a family business making delicious ciders from heritage cider apples that they press themselves in Somerset. Based in the heart of the Mendip Hills, they only ever use fresh juice – never concentrate – and blend different apple varieties to be perfectly balanced. They have won many awards over the years including a Golden Fork Heritage award, Great Taste three-stars, and have been Taste of the West Champion Cider producer three times!
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Nutcessity

Nutcessity originates from founder Mike's allergy to peanuts, but adoration of nut butter alternatives. Having worked in an organic health food shop for many years, Mike set out to create a range of peanut-free, organic and delicious nut butters that the whole family could enjoy. We especially love his Organic Choc Haz Braz!
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Dorset Sea Salt

The Dorset Sea Salt Company aims to fill this void in local industry by marrying both ancient and new production methods. The aim is to preserve the traditional methods of the industry, but at the same time shroud it in an ethical, and ecological ethos. The result of this concoction is exceptional sea salt. Every small batch harvested is part of the wider mission grounded in craftsmanship, locality, and quality.
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Fussels

Rapeseed oil is stable at high temperatures which makes it a good choice for frying and roasting and it's also a great substitute for butter in baking, reducing the saturated fat content of some family favourite cakes by over 50%. It's produced from the bright yellow Rapeseed crop that we see in fields all over the UK during the summer months and is recommended that our choice is cold pressed, but why? Fussels Fine Foods has been producing single cold pressed rapeseed oil for the last 12 years from their third-generation farm in Rode, Somerset. With a family passion for farming and good quality British food, Andy Fussell and his team grow, harvest and press Rapeseed to arrive at a carefully crafted, healthy oil that is highly versatile and incredibly delicious.
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Bath Culture House

Bath Culture House produces fabulously fermented food & drink. Cultured Cashew Cheases, Kimchi, Sauerkrauts and Kombuchas. Empowering people to nurture and nourish their digestive systems FERM HQ is rooted in the Mendip Hills on the outskirts of Bath. We are a small passionate team of fermentation geeks who create handmade, artisan & gut friendly Free from Foods, where taste is not compromised. Care is taken when sourcing raw ingredients. Vegetables are sourced 10 miles away from local business The Community Farm. Organic ingredients are used and sourced from Bristol based Essential Trading Co. Packaging and labels are plastic free and sourced from Bristol companies. Kombucha is sold and served by the glass or bottles from ex Coca Cola Kegs.
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Meg's Cottage Homemade Fudge

All our fabulous flavours are made in our Wiltshire cottage kitchen using only real ingredients. We have 14 flavours for you to choose from. You will find no artificial flavourings, colours or preservatives in our fudge which is also gluten free. "This fudge is like my grandmother use to make when I was a child, it is proper fudge"
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In a pickle

Steph started In A Pickle from her kitchen table, using her family’s favourite recipes and excess produce from her neighbours’ gardens! Inspiration first struck when she saw a neighbour’s fruit trees so overloaded with fruit that there was plenty going to waste on the ground – out came the preserving pan and the magic began. Although the business has long since outgrown those humble beginnings, every product is still made to those same delicious family recipes, using only the very best ingredients, by Steph and the team. The many awards on the mantlepiece speak for themselves, including a Great Taste Gold Award (the Oscars of the foodie world!).
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Mr Filbert's

Welcome to the culinary world of Mr Filbert's We discover really interesting flavours from far and wide to give our multi-award-winning snacks an extra delicious twist. From our adventurously flavoured Gourmet Nuts artfully roasted in Somerset to our worldly selection of Marinated Olives, Cured Meats and Crunchy Corn, we're always exploring in search of snacking perfection.
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Olives et al

In the early 90s, Giles and Annie Henschel embarked on a year-long adventure that would be the inspiration for Olives Et Al. Travelling on motorbikes through the Mediterranean, the Middle East and North Africa, they fell in love with the food they ate along the way. Using all the knowledge they’d collected during their travels, they launched Olives Et Al in 1993 to satisfy their own culinary cravings and to share quality Olives with a wider audience. Over time, the range of products has grown and now includes top notch Oils, Speciality Olives, Sauces, Snacks, Kiln Roasted Nuts and Dressings and Marinades.
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Somerset Charcuterie

Somerset Charcuterie believe in embracing traditional Italian and Spanish methods combined with some of the fantastic flavours and rich food culture of the West Country. Mixing the old with the new, and continental with British, their charcuterie delivers bold, robust flavours that will excite and intrigue. They use mainly Saddleback and Tamworth pigs – all free range and locally reared. Where possible they use locally sourced ingredients and their cider, sage, cheese, pork, goat, duck and wild garlic all come from Somerset producers. We have won numerous awards from Great Taste awards, Taste of the west and British Charcuterie Awards.
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Barber's

The Barber family have been making cheddar cheese for longer than anyone else worldwide. So, when it comes to combining the finest West Country milk with traditional manufacturing methods to produce award-winning cheese, we'd like to think that we've learnt a thing or two.
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6 O'Clock Gin

'Over 30 years ago, founders Edward and Penny Kain owned a fruit farm. As a sideline, they started making delicious fruity liqueurs and sold them with some considerable success. The first incarnation of the family’s gin recipe was created as a base for their delightfully piquant Sloe Gin. Some years later, Michael and Felicity took over their parents’ now prosperous distillery. Guided by the family expertise in liqueurs, they set about perfecting the gin recipe. The wonderful flavour of 6 O’clock Gin emerged through experimentation: carefully selected botanicals, precisely balanced for a refreshingly clean taste. 6 O’clock Gin is a range of strikingly smooth artisan gins, handcrafted in small batches, using traditional skills and only the best natural ingredients.'
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Aldwick

Aldwick Estate. A family run farm and vineyard nestled in the heart of North Somerset. Run by five generations of the Watts family, it has been at the forefront of innovation and diversification over many years. The vineyards cover 4.59 hectares of the farm and consist of six different grape varieties. Each year the vines are hand pruned in the winter and hand harvested in summer to ensure only the best quality grapes are produced. All wines are made from its own Estate grown grapes. Throughout the year vineyard tours are held at the Estate to enhance knowledge and understanding of what it takes to produce national and international award-winning English wines.
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The Wild Beer Co.

Based on a farm in rural Somerset, the Wild Beer Co was born out of a love of fermentation, barrel-ageing and most importantly flavour. ’We believe our beers are more memorable and more flavourful because we make them using nature, science and a little Somerset magic’.
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Chateux du Savon

The Traditional Soaps Authentically Made By Traditional Artisan Family In Marseille, France, Using As Many Ingredients From The Mediterranean Basin As Possible, All Products Contain Organically Farmed Shea Butter.
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Caroline Card Design

Caroline Design is a small card business based in the Chew Valley, Somerset. Each card is lovingly handmade in Caroline’s studio at home.
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