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Agnes Rose of Kendal

Agnes Rose of Kendal

Agnes Rose is the latest culinary concept from Cumbria to take the speciality food sector by storm. This extraordinary range, comprising of different varieties of fruit vinegars and herb infused oils made by hand to old family recipes, is the creation of Naomi Darbishire These versatile products are created from red and white wine vinegar and packed with fresh fruit are delicious drizzled on pancakes, used in dressing, marinades and sauces or diluted as a drink. Naomi’s passion for real food echoes the creativity symbolised by the family name as well as her strong bonds to the region. Agnes Rose is as much a part of my heritage as the locality as the locality and its heritage is part of it.










Bell's Fishmongers of Carlisle

Bell's Fishmongers of Carlisle

Here at Bells we have been trading in fish since 1970, so have a long tradition or sourcing the best quality fish from a wide list of trusted suppliers. To ensure fish is of the highest standard we get fresh deliveries 6 days a week. Native fish arrives to us within 24 hours with continental fish arriving in just 36 hours. This means we can deliver fish within 48 hours of landing direct to your door. Being based in Carlisle is an important factor as our central location allows us to pick and choose from markets in both Scotland and England, by doing this we can provide the best quality at the best price.










Berry & Sons Bakers of Silloth

Berry & Sons Bakers of Silloth

For a wide range of breads and cakes, also filled rolls and hot snacks, a full range of dairy products and cheeses. All bakery products are freshly made on the premises every day.










Bessy Beck of Howgills

Bessy Beck of Howgills

Bessy Beck Trout Fishery is situated at the foot of the Howgills near to the Lake District and Yorkshire dales where the fish farm produces some of the best rainbow trout in Cumbria. For a number of years our smokehouse has produced trout smoked using various woods, more recently we have extended our range to include, smoked salmon, smoked chicken, smoked duck and smoked pheasant











Briar Rigg House of Keswick

Briar Rigg House of Keswick

Briar Rigg House nestles at the foot of Skiddaw, England’s fourth highest mountain, in the heart of the Lake District. The garden is the source of the key ingredients found in Briar Rigg produce – from the berries in the jams, to the elderflower in the cordials to the shallots, courgettes and autumn fruits in the chutneys. Lovingly grown and nurtured in breathtaking surroundings, Briar Rigg produce offers the very best in terms of quality and taste. Beautifully packaged in reusable versatile bottles/jars. Elderflower Cordial – just add cold fizzy water and enjoy the fragrance and taste of summer. Locals swear by this refreshing and energy enhancing drink made from elderflower and turned into cordial within hours of being picked. Other cordials made from berries and currants vary with the seasons. Jams – are made from freshly picked fruit. Delicious and generous they contain no additives or preservatives whatsoever. Seasonal flavours include Five Berry Jam, Midsummer Jam, Black & Blue Jam with a hint of Wild Strawberry reflecting the imagination and care that is the hallmark of all Briar Rigg Produce. Chutneys – chunky and full of flavour, these are made within hours of being harvested from the raised beds where all the vegetables are grown.











Burbush Pies of Penrith

Burbush Pies of Penrith

For 25 years our award winning pies, pate and other bakery products have been supplied to quality outlets, deli\'s, farm shops, butchers, hotels & catering suppliers. Our products have been tasted by 1000\'s of satisfied customers all over the UK. Our meat ingredients are locally sourced within a 10mile radius (where possible)so all our farmers are known to us, where we can\'t buy locally we will source within the UK. Perservatives and additives are not used in any of our products and are baked to order so you are guaranteed the freshest finest products every time.










Cartmel Sticky Toffee Pudding

Cartmel Sticky Toffee Pudding

All our puds are made by hand from 100% natural ingredients. We still sell them in the shop where we came up with them 20 years ago.











Claire's Handmade of Wigton

Claire's Handmade of Wigton

One way or another Michael and I have always been involved in the catering industry; from a pub in Cumbria, to an hotel in Cornwall, and then back up to Cumbria. Over those years, we were often complimented on the jams and chutneys we made and served in our restaurants. The arrival of our children prompted the sale of our Cornish hotel and the move back up to Cumbria. Upon our return, we began ‘Claire’s Handmade’ in our family kitchen using our Rayburn and my mother’s treasured Aga jam pan, selling our products at Farmers’ Markets and local shows. Ever increasing demand for our traditionally made products forced a decision three years ago to move the business into dedicated premises with a purpose-built kitchen. Since then, business has continued to go from strength to strength. We have won numerous Great Taste Awards and Best Overall Preserve in the North West 2005 for our Beetroot Chutney with Fresh Ginger. Our most recent award was the ‘Lake District Life Food Heroes Award 2008-09’.











Cumberland Mustard of Alston

Cumberland Mustard of Alston

Cumberland Mustard, produced in Alston since 1983, the work and joy of Geoff Cole and Marilyn Avens. This regional speciality honey mustard is now available in 10 varieties: Original Garlic Horseradish Greenpeppercorn Whisky Vulcan(seriously hot) Seville Raspberry Hot Seville sauce Dill sauce All hand made in small batches to give the freshest taste and greatest care to quality. All our products are suitable for Hamper firms and we do own label and own recipe service. Our raspberry vinegar is made with Eden Valley raspberries and is so delicious used as a marinade or for vinaigrettes, the ruby coloured fruit is captured in cider vinegar. All our products are gluten free and listed by the Coeliacs Society.











James Fruit & Veg of Penrith

James Fruit & Veg of Penrith

Based in Penrith, Cumbria, James Fruit & Veg provide a huge range of the freshest fruit & vegetables and look to supply as many Cumbrian grown vegetables as our northern climate allows.












Cumbrian Food Direct Hampers

Cumbrian Food Direct Hampers










Cumbrian Salami Company of Wigton

Cumbrian Salami Company of Wigton

We are an artisan, specialist butcher excelling in the manufacture of a wide variety of delicious cured meats and salami. We also produce fine gluten free products and have successfully dipped our toe into the seasonal game and xmas poultry market for years.? The knowledge and art of a charcuterie (the craft of salting, smoking and curing meat) originates from Barry Shaw the founder of the company. Barry learned his skills working in Australia for a German salami business. After a time perfecting the art and 11 years on, we are carefully blending together quality meat and spices. The products are then cared for by our passionate, experienced team to ensure all our products have an exquisite, individual taste.











Deer 'n Dexter of Penruddock

Deer 'n Dexter of Penruddock

Deer ‘n Dexter, our farm based business from the Lake District’s northern fells in Cumbria, rears and sells two very special red meats - venison from extensively reared Red deer and Dexter beef from the smallest of the native cattle breeds, the Dexter. Naturally and non-intensively reared, during the summer our animals enjoy a diet of herb-rich pasture, the resulting grass-fed meat is full of flavour. Prepared in the small butchery we have built on the farm our venison and Dexter beef is cut and packed by our butchers ready for sale at local farmers markets in and around Cumbri & through a small number of Cumbrian retailers











Ennerdale Brewery of Ennerdale

Ennerdale Brewery of Ennerdale

Tucked away in one of the most inaccessible valleys of the Lake District, Ennerdale Brewery produces a range of fine cask and bottled ales, brewed using traditional methods but with recipes, which appeal to modern tastes.
Brewed with spring water from Croasdale Fell, whole-leaf hops, freshly milled barley and live yeast the Real Ales from Ennerdale have a clean, crisp taste and a dry, moreish finish. The water we use is untreated Lakeland spring water, rising from the fells a few hundred yards from the brewery. It is filtered but otherwise untreated, and it is naturally very pure and soft.
Our beers have only four ingredients – water, malt, hops and yeast. It’s very important to us that our beers are brewed using ingredients which are as fresh and natural as possible. We use only English malts, freshly kiln-dried and milled for us. We don’t use cheaper wheat, maize or rice products in our beers.
Our hops are whole-leaf, naturally dried English & European hops – pelleted hops contain chemical residues from the manufacturing process.
Our yeast is developed from one of the longest established English Ale Yeasts, and we harvest yeast from each fermentation to use in the next brew, maintaining the distinctive flavours










Farrers of Kendal

Farrers of Kendal

Farrers is one of the oldest independent blenders and roasters of the finest teas and coffee, established back in 1819. With our state of the art coffee roasting plant, we can guarantee consistency and quality of every blend, for every piece of coffee making equipment. Our artisan coffees are roasted in small batches to you can be assured the coffee you receive will be fresh and is packed in a foil bags which have a special valve to keep the coffee "roaster" fresh. We have alliances with all major coffee machine manufacturers; so can offer a wide range of machines; from a simple filter machine to a fully automatic espresso machine. With reliability and efficiency guaranteed and the ability to produce fantastic cups of coffee sought after by coffee connoisseurs worldwide. We have a dedicated machine specialist to service your espresso machine. Farrers tea and coffee merchants have established an impressive reputation as the Lake District’s leading supplier to the most discerning caterers. We offer a reliable personal delivery service and can tailor products to meet your needs. We endeavour to meet all of your requirements, source products we don’t currently stock and use our vast experience to help you serve your customers with top quality drinks. To see our full range of espresso machines, ancillary products and coffee roasting plant, please visit us at our showroom on Shap Road Industrial Estate.











Hartley's Ice Cream of Egremont

Hartley's Ice Cream of Egremont

Hartleys Ice Cream is a long-established business, first started in the early 1930s. A gentleman founded it by the name of Grayson Hartley, who used to sell the Ice Cream from a motorbike and sidecar. His son Billy Hartley then took over the business, and ran it successfully for over 40 years from the Creamery Shop at 24 Church Street, Egremont, introducing mobile vans in the local area. Billy Hartley's sister and brother-in-law Hannah and Norman Caulfield then ran the business for a couple of years during the late 1970s, and they were later joined in partnership by Les Richardson in 1981. In 1983, Les became sole proprietor. Les had worked in the business as a schoolboy and had strong ties with the Hartley family from an early age. Les's son Mark then joined the business in 1991 and worked alongside his father until Les retired in 2003. Mark now runs the business supported by his wife Shirley, in the way it has successfully been run for over 70 years.











Hawkshead Relish Company

Hawkshead Relish Company

The Hawkshead Relish Company is a small family run business based in the beautiful English Lake District, Mark and Maria started making Relishes, Chutneys and Preserves to serve alongside the dishes in their busy village centre cafe, however, when the Foot & Mouth epidemic of 2001 hit the region they were forced to diversify and making more of their delicious chutneys and relishes seemed the obvious way to go. Within a couple of years they had to close the cafe down to concentrate on the production full time and were winning many awards and accolades for their products. In 2005 they received the top award from the Great Taste Awards when they won the coveted "Speciality Producer of the Year" award, "Receiving this award from our peers was the ultimate icing on the cake for us" said Maria, "from almost going out of business in 2001 to this has been a huge emotional rollercoaster of hard work and determination". In 2007 they moved production into a lovely 16thC restored cruck barn, just a mile south of Hawkshead, ensuring long term employment for the small but dedicated workforce, supporting the local economy and community is very high on their list of priorities. All the products are still made by hand in small batches with no colourings, preservatives, artificial flavourings or padding out. "If it doesn't add flavour it doesn't get added" said Mark, who is the creative influence on the partnership. "Allowing the great quality of the ingredients to speak for themselves is the key to creating a product that bursts with flavour".











Helen's Herbs of Cleator Moor

Helen's Herbs of Cleator Moor

We live on the fringe of the Lake District national Park, just a few miles from the sea - in beautiful Cumbria. Our smallholding - where we grow our herbs - provides us with a great variety of produce throughout the year. I use as much local and home-grown ingredients as possible when cooking family meals. We love walking outside and gathering enough fresh ingredients to make a great meal. I like to keep my kitchen herbs close to the back door in old clay troughs - making it easy to pop out and grab a handful whilst cooking. We have grown herbs for over ten years and love the difference they can make to a dish. I also love to preserve flavours in jams, chutneys and sauces.











High Cup Wines of Appleby

High Cup Wines of Appleby

High Cup Wines was established at Townhead Farm and Winery as a diversification from the ubiquitous sheep farming in this attractive part of Cumbria. Townhead Farm is Cumbria’s only commercial vineyard and winery and produces a range of country wines from fruit grown mainly on the farm. In good sunny years grape wines are also produced from our own vineyard. A hay barn has been converted into the winery, a project which was partly funded by DEFRA and which has enabled wines to be produced commercially since 2007. The barn conversion was undertaken by the winery operators, Ron and Angela Barker. Situated at the foot of the Pennines in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Townhead Farm enjoys outstanding views of the Lakeland Fells across the valley of the River Eden. It is located at the foot of an impressive U-shaped valley which runs from High Cup Nick at its north-eastern end, towards the Eden Valley. It is a short distance from Dufton, Appleby and Penrith. The farm and winery are managed by Ron and Angela Barker. For most of his life, Ron was an environmental geophysicist who until recently ran the MSc course in Applied Geophysics at the University of Birmingham. Angela taught a class of year-4 girls at Edgbaston High School Preparatory Department, Birmingham. Forsaking more than 40 years of town existence, they have moved to the Eden Valley to enjoy the peace and beauty of this magnificent environment.











Jefferson's Rum of Whitehaven

Jefferson's Rum of Whitehaven

Until recently Jefferson’s rum has been one of the secrets of Cumbria as it was here that the rum first landed in England in 1785 together with exotic cargos from Montego Bay, Jamaica. Since those early days, the reputation for Jefferson’s Extra Fine Dark rum has slowly spread. Even today the port of Whitehaven welcomes visitors to its ‘Rum Story’ exhibition to celebrate what became known as ‘The Dark Spirit of Whitehaven’ Every bottle is supplied with an individual wooden case reminiscent of the packaging used on the White Star liners. Jefferson’s preserves the rich character of beautifully textured dark Caribbean rum.











Jennings Brewery of Cockermouth

Jennings Brewery of Cockermouth

Jennings have been brewing traditional beers for 160 years, and still use the same traditional methods that were used by their founder as long ago as 1828, in the village of Lorton. In 1874 the brewery moved to a site at the foot of Cockermouth Castle, at the confluence of the River Cocker and River Derwent, a site which was influenced by the availability of pure and plentiful water from the Castle well. The well has supplied the Castle with pure water since around the time of the Norman Conquest, and helps to give Jennings ales their distinctive flavour. Jennings is Cumbria's last remaining brewery, and has a policy of continuing to use the traditional, time-honoured brewing methods using only the finest, British-produced raw materials for which the Company has long been famous among knowledgeable beer drinkers. The vast majority of Jennings ales are sold in cask-conditioned form -'Real Ale', the main characteristic of which is that the brew is still alive, and continues a secondary fermentation after it is casked.











Judi Bakes of Maryport

Judi Bakes of Maryport

Based in Maryport on the west coast Maria's ckae decorating talent is mind blowing! Judi Bakes' kitchen is registered with Allerdale environmental health, and is sensitive to allergies, intolerances and can cater for all dietary needs. Judi Bakes makes homemade sweet treats and cakes; themed, special occasions, birthday, christening, wedding, general cakes and treats for those with a sweet tooth :) Homemade cakes made to order how you want them. Prices vary on sizes, cake details and delivery.











Keswick Brewing Company

Keswick Brewing Company

We are a small family run brewery set up with quality and environmental issues at it’s heart. Phil and Sue set up the brewery in Spring 2006. Both are enthusiastic and passionate brewers with great pride in the beers they produce. How we began After years of searching for premises a suitable building was found. In December 2005 building work began. Since finding the premises we have found out that this site is believed to be the oldest brewery known to have been in Keswick - ‘The Keswick Brewery Company’. Our first trial brew was exhibited at the Cumbria Life Food and Drink Festival in Spring 2006 and at the Dog and Gun in Keswick. The first production beers were launched at the Dog and Gun and the Keswick Beer Festival in June 2006. The first beer we made was Thirst Run, a Golden Pale Ale - 4.2%, this has now become our best seller.











Knipey's Heartwood Poultry of Tebay

Knipey's Heartwood Poultry of Tebay

Free range perchery eggs, chickens and ducks (turkeys bronze and white at Christmas) all slowly reared. All fed on a pure vegative diet and all processed to the highest standards. Also chicken and turkey burgers and chicken sausage










Lake District Cheese of Aspatria

Lake District Cheese of Aspatria

The new Lake District Cheese being produced at The Lake District Creamery in Aspatria is proving a roaring success with Cumbrians. More than 400 outlets around the county are already stocking the range of cheeses, which is made using only local milk and carry the images of local farmers on the packaging. Jeff Halliwell, Managing Director of The Lake District Cheese Company, is delighted with the success to date: “We have had an amazing response from Cumbrian people to our cheese. They love the taste of the cheeses and are proud to support local farmers and their own Lake District brand. “The success of our launch has led to major retailers coming to us asking to stock The Lake District Cheese Company cheeses. Over the coming months, we will work with selected multiple retailers in the north to ensure we have the right approach as well as continuing to build up the local retailers around the county.” Stockists of the Lake District cheeses range from individual specialist cheese retailers through to wholesalers who are supplying larger businesses around Cumbria as well as key visitor locations including The Rheged Centre and CenterParcs.











Lakeland Bake of Carlisle

Lakeland Bake of Carlisle










Lakeland Pizzas of Dearham

Lakeland Pizzas of Dearham

Delicious homemade pizzas, cooke from fresh, frozen and ready to cook and eat in minutes. Using only the finest ingredients and local produce.










Little Salkeld Watermill

Little Salkeld Watermill

Specialist Millers of Organic and Biodynamic, Stoneground Wheat, Rye, Barley and Spelt Flours milled from British grain. Suppliers, packers and distributors of Organic Oats and Cereal Products Restored in 1975 by Ana and Nick Jones, we are Cumbria\'s only fully operational watermill, committed to the production of high quality flour using British grain. With the help of a small, dedicated team of people, this business and its products are both unique and special. Currently we are producing a wide range of biodynamic and organic stoneground flours milled the traditional way using clean, self-renewing waterpower. This website brings you the best of traditional technology from a small Cumbrian village.











Low Howgill Farm of Milburn

Low Howgill Farm of Milburn

Low Howgill is a traditional Cumbrian Livestock Farm.

For 36 years John & Jane have been producing quality Beef, Lamb & Pork bred and reared on the pastures of their Eden Valley family Farm.

They believe in the ethics of working sensitively with their land to create a sustainable future for the farm.Over the years they have planted new hedges & maintained hedgerows by the traditional Westmorland method of laying, they have planted many new tress, created a pond, a hay meadow and managed 40 acres of ancient woodland for wildlife.

Stone walls are a feature of the Cumbrian fellside and they have built & restored over 1 mile of them and their maintenance is an on going task.
A recent addition to the Farm has been a wind turbine to produce the electricity for the Butchery and the heat for the Farm House is provided from wood produced on the Farm.

Although principally a livestock farm they also grow cereal crops and beans. The cattle, sheep & pigs are fed on grass supplimented with home-grown feed.
They supply home produced pure-bred Shorthorn & Shorthorn-sired beef from their Howgill herd of cattle which graze the pastures of the farm in the shelter of Dunfell & Crossfell. The beef is aged in their cold room on the farm for a minimum of 21 days to give a succulent meat with superb flavour, it is then expertly cut and packaged by Steve Allison their very experienced on farm Butcher. The home bred lamb is traditionally reared on the same pastures. They aslo keep Tamworth pigs and also source pigs from neighbouring farms who rear traditional breed pigs, ensuring tasty & succulent pork to complement the beef & lamb products.
Steve also cures the bacon & ham and produces his own sausage recipes & black puddings, with the most popular line being the very distinctive spicy Westmorland Sausage, but equally delicious is the Traditional Cumberland and Pork Breakfast Sausage.










Mawsons of Bailey Ground of Seascale

Mawsons of Bailey Ground of Seascale

Mawsons is a family run business, based in Seascale on the west coast of Cumbria. It is mainly a dairy farm with a herd of pedigree Holstein cows. We also have Bluefaced Leicester sheep and Saddleback pigs. Our dairy processes and bottles our own milk, which means our products come from grass to your doorstep without leaving the area. We make our own butter and ice cream in traditional ways. We also have a range of cheeses and smoothies, which are specially made for us on small family farms.











Mr Vikkis of Penrith

Mr Vikkis of Penrith

A small bespoke Indian Fusion pickle producer in the beautiful Lake district Cumbria. Dedicated to using fresh natural ingredients, that contain no gluten, wheat or dairy. Many products using specific chillies, and keep very well once opened and unchilled due to the low water content achieved through ancient methods of preserving. The Team All recipes are unique and made by Me, Adam Marks. Everything I make is made in a special stainless production kitchen at Home {The Welcome Inn}, we make Mr Vikki's in small batches from fresh ingredients and freshly milled spices, we do not compromise on quality, using fresh chopped ginger, garlic and various types of fresh chillies. My partner Mary Ballantyne runs the market stalls at Keswick twice weekly. Mary, and Dan Hunt help me pack, label and ship orders. Claudia my no 2 daughter takes care of internet orders, and that's all about us, please come and visit us at Keswick where Mary cooks fresh delicious curry from local ingredients, and has quite a following.











North Lakes Foods of Penrith

North Lakes Foods of Penrith

Milk for North Lakes’ products is sourced from local farms and brought to the dairy in modern, hygienic tankers designed to keep the milk as fresh as it was when it left the farm. On arrival it is tested to ensure its’ quality meets our rigorous standards before being pasteurised and packaged. We aim to surpass all food safety standards. We have been described as offering the kind of service and attention to detail associated with a local company, but with the standards and professionalism of a larger company. We employ around 30 dedicated staff and are the largest fresh milk producer between Glasgow, Newcastle and Preston. Our ongoing investment in new plant and equipment will ensure that North Lakes Foods is a long term player in the local economy.











Suma

Suma

Suma was started in 1975 by Reg Tayler. Reg had already gained some experience of wholefoods in London, and when he moved to Leeds he opened a retail shop, Plain Grain. In August 1975, at a meeting attended by all the wholefood shops in the north of England*, he proposed they set up a wholefoods wholesaling co-operative in order to supply each other. Reg and friends set up in the back kitchen of a house in Victoria Road, Leeds, from where they sold cereal flakes, dried fruits and brown rice. They soon needed more room, and so rented a lock-up garage nearby – this is where the name ‘Suma’ was first used for the growing business. At the time, Reg was working as a delivery driver for Jonathan Silver, taking clothes to his chain of menswear shops around the north of England. Reg delivered the wholefood orders in between the ‘official’ deliveries for his boss, who knew what was going on but turned a blind eye even so. (Jonathan Silver later sold up and went travelling. After he returned to England he bought Dean Clough Mills in Halifax in 1982, in partnership with Ernest Hall. Ernest bought him out in 1984, when Jonathan Silver went on to buy Salts Mill in Saltaire, now a major tourist attraction in the area). Within a year they needed proper premises, and in 1976 acquired a tiny two-storey warehouse in Wharf Street, Leeds. Lots of stairs had made the warehouse unsuitable for storing food, and there’s even one particular story of a time when several tonnes of fruit were carried upstairs, resulting in a horrible creaking noise as the ceiling started to collapse! Luckily the day was saved thanks to a little ingenuity and several large pieces of wood used as makeshift ‘props’. A retail shop called Beano was established round the corner and soon became an independent cooperative, separate from the wholesaling side of the enterprise. In 1977, Reg sold the Suma business to the then seven employees, who became the founder members of Triangle Wholefoods Collective, trading as Suma. In 1978 Suma moved into a much larger three-storey warehouse across the road at 46 The Calls, Leeds. It seemed huge – the entire stock fitted into one half of the ground floor. However, rapid expansion of the wholefood market meant that by 1986 the whole place was bursting at the seams and Suma moved to a 70,000 sq. ft. warehouse shed in Dean Clough Mills, Halifax. There followed 15 years of steady growth, both of turnover and of the cooperative. Alongside the growth in size there was a corresponding increase in the complexity and sophistication of the business, and the structure of the coop went through many modifications to manage this change. In 2001, Suma moved to purpose-built premises in Elland, where currently around 150 are employed.











Sweet Treats by Helen

Sweet Treats by Helen

Sweet Treats by Helen are a local company based in Whitehaven and specialise in bespoke sweet decorations for any occasion, weddings, christenings and birthdays, we pride ourselves on customer satisfaction and have very good feedback from our clients, we can make up sweet decorations to your spesific needs, you can even choose your sweets and the coulours in your decorations.











The Lakes Free Range Egg Company of Stainton

The Lakes Free Range Egg Company of Stainton

The Lakes Free Range Egg Co Ltd leads the industry in its approach to egg supply. We produce and pack only free range and organic free range eggs, from our family owned and run company deep in the heart of Cumbria and The English Lake District. This is done from facilities that are some of the most modern in the country, yet retain the close-knit local family connections that pervade The Company. Our quality is guaranteed by use of standards higher than codes of practice require, such as Freedom Foods, British Egg Industry Council and British Retail Council. We supply some of the most demanding retail and food service customers in the country.











The Pie Mill of Threlkeld

The Pie Mill of Threlkeld

Handmade pies from The Piemill are available to order online with our easy-to-use, secure online shop. We now offer our customers the opportunity to buy our full range of handmade pies online. Each pie is skillfully handmade, baked and carefully packed ready to be delivered to your door. Our traditional Cumbrian handmade pies are made using hand trimmed meats from Cumbria, all other ingredients are sourced locally. This ensures the best quality pie available to our customers, with sumptuous fillings, fabulous textures and most of all, delicious flavours.











Thornby Moor Dairy of Thursby

Thornby Moor Dairy of Thursby

Located within the out buildings of the old Crofton Hall Estate near Thursby, eight miles west of Carlisle, Thornby Moor Dairy is run by Carolyn and Leonie Fairbairn. Carolyn began making cheeses in 1979, using milk from her own small herd of goats. A practical approach - reading recipes, a lot of trial and plenty of error, common sense and perseverance, has resulted in the development of our unique range of cheeses. Integrity, good flavour and nutritional value are what we look for when buying food. We at Thornby Moor Dairy will always strive to meet those expectations in the cheeses we sell. Our aim? 'To capture the essence of Cumbria in the flavours of our cheeses'.











Willow Water of Flookburgh

Willow Water of Flookburgh

Willow Water’s mineral content is a unique blueprint that reflects the geology of the Cartmel area. Just below the surface on Cartmel Fell lies a deep layer of peat formed from the remains of a prehistoric forest of white willow trees. This ancient woodland once covered the southern Lake District in a dense canopy. As rain falls on Cartmel Fell the rainwater travels through this layer picking up valuable salicin on its journey. A substantial layer of limestone provides a natural filter and also endows Willow Water with its significant calcium content. The water travels down away from the fells peaks, picking up the remaining minerals which make up its unique composition, and forms the aquifer in the sand and gravel beds that exists below the Cartmel area. A thousand year pedigree Willow Water can trace its roots back to the 12th century when it was discovered by Augustinian Monks. This underground body of water is the source of the famous Holy Well of Cartmel, which has been renowned in the North West of England for its restorative qualities from the 1700s up to the present day. The water contains natural salicin and calcium as a result of the unique geology of this part of the Southern Lake District, which acts as a filter for rainwater on its way to the aquifer.











 



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100% Cumbrian Semi Skimmed Milk

100% Cumbrian Semi Skimmed Milk

100% Cumbrian Semi Skimmed Milk
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Scottish Salted Butter 250g

Scottish Salted Butter 250g

Mature

Mature

Made at the Lake District Creamery set in Cumbria's rich dairy region, this delicious flinty textured cheddar is matured and hand selected for its strong depth of flavour.


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6 Lakeland Crumpets

6 Lakeland Crumpets

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We say always eat crumpets, pancakes and yet more crumpets!



It's very tempting to make that our daily call to you! But the team here at Lakeland Bake understand it's really important to eat lots of nutritious food to keep you healthy. We've done everything possible to bake our products as healthy as they can be, with less salt - in fact our crumpets are amongst the lowest salt content on the shelves.



We're very proud of our low salt achievement.



In our recipes section you'll find loads of ideas on how to make crumpets and pancakes a tasty base for one of your five a day. And the topping doesn't always need to be buttery and sweet! Many of our customers love to eat crumpets with savoury toppings like marmite, cheese, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs.

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Bananas

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Dexter Beef Steak Mince

A lean tasty mince from selected cuts, just enough fat for flavour
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Ecoleaf Kitchen Towel x2 rolls

Ecoleaf Kitchen Towel x2 rolls

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In 1986 we launched the UK's first 100% Recycled Paper Toilet Tissue, since then we've continued to develop the range. Our latest news is that our products now come in 100% compostable wrap, making our packaging sustainable, renewable, non-polluting and non-toxic. All ecoleaf paper products are made from 100% recycled fibre sourced exclusively within the UK. Manufactured from 60%+ post-consumer waste supply streams, collected by local authorities, kerb side collections and bona fide waste merchants. The remaining waste fibre is made up from UK manufacturers' waste such as printers' trim and greeting card manufacturers' waste. No chlorine-based chemistry is used in the production process. Sourced and then manufactured in the UK, every effort is made to maximise loads and minimise road miles. Average sheets per roll 60.
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Vine Tomatoes

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Ecoleaf Toilet Tissue x9 rolls

Ecoleaf Toilet Tissue x9 rolls

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Cucumber Each

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100% Cumbrian Double Cream

100% Cumbrian Double Cream

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Honey Roast Ham 115g

Honey Roast Ham 115g

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Salmon Fillet

Salmon Fillet

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Fresh salmon fillet with skin on
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Broccoli

Broccoli

Conference Pears

Conference Pears

Black Grapes

Black Grapes

Extra Mature

Extra Mature

Rugged & rich extra mature cheddar.


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