Here at the Fresh Flour company, we partner with organic farmers and pay them a decent amount for their grain – four to five times the market rate – so they can tend the soil and environment, without fear of survival. We mill this grain using one of our stone mills. We then take this product, within a short amount of time, and make it into Pasta, Noodles, Crackers, Digestives and Bran Flakes, capturing a greater amount of nutritional value. We use Ancient and heritage and interesting wheats, as they are better for us and for the biodiversity.

We make “Everyday products, brilliantly” to make the grain system work – for agricultural people.

We also work in a socially conscious manner, by offering all our products loose - saving on packaging, environmentally and economically - direct from the mill and through 'to good to go’, 'the Mazi project’ and 'food in community’. That way we can offer high quality products to a wide range of socioeconomic groups.

 What are we trying to achieve?

1. Grow interesting, (heritage, or population) grain, at an appropriate scale, that isn't overbreed.

2. Grow grain in the presence of sunshine NOT, as is the norm, in the presence of oil. (Natural not synthetic. There is NO second way)

3. Pay farmers a sustainable wage to do the job they love.

4. Pass on to the consumer the whole goodness that the grain holds. (Fresh Flour).


Town Mill (Fresh Flour) Unit F, Mardle Way, Buckfastleigh TQ11 0AG

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The Kearney family are delighted to announce that they have moved to a new family home with enough space for 3 generations to live and look after each other. There is a beautiful 1 acre field full of amazing plants which have been tended by the previous owner who lived here for over 50 years. As well as a Grade 2 listed former Baptist chapel built in 1715! This is going to become a teaching, dispensing and workshop space and looks forward to hosting it's first visitors in summer 2022.

Prescott cottages and chapel is conveniently located near the A38 Wellington to Tiverton road. 

Elder Farm Prescott Chapel, Culmstock

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Foxcombe Bakehouse has evolved over the years from Helen making a few cakes at her kitchen table and selling them at the local pannier market to now supplying over 150 shops, farm shops, garden centres, garages and tourist attractions in the South West and beyond!

By using traditional recipes with only real ingredients such as local fresh free-range eggs and no added preservatives in our cakes, biscuits and sweet snacks, we can guarantee a premium product to be proud of, for you to enjoy.

We’re passionate about the environment and the beautiful countryside we’re lucky to live and work in each day. That’s exactly why we want to do our bit to make sure it’s as amazing as it is now for a long time to come. To do this we’ve made a lot of changes – find out a bit more about our eco-friendly approach. 

Foxcombe Bakehouse Foxcombe Farm, Lewtrenchard EX20 4PH

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Chagford Community Farm is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company nestled in 20 acres of organic pasture and woodland on the edge of Dartmoor, just outside the village of Chagford. 

Chagfarm is part of a growing movement called Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), in which we aim to connect our customers to where their food comes from and how it’s produced.

We produce pork from organic woodland-reared pigs, organic chicken and honey. Our aim is to make the local food supply more resilient by offering our community organic, high welfare produce.

As an off-grid farm, we are proud to offer affordable organic and high welfare products powered by renewable energy-only.

Chagford Community Farm CIC, Chagford, Devon, TQ13 8DA

Companies House: (Chagford Community Farm CIC dissolved March 2022)

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Our ambition is that by 2026, 50% of public money spent on food and drink in the South West will be spent directly with small and medium sized producers based in the region.

To achieve this, we are working with the government’s Crown Commercial Service to deliver the Future Food Framework, which is a new dynamic approach to public sector food procurement that will help small and medium sized producers in the region to sell directly to public sector institutions.

The South West Food Hub is supporting the region’s food network to buy local and establish shorter and more sustainable supply chains. We work across the South West’s food sector, focusing primarily on public procurement. 

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We believe in good food for everybody – it is as simple as that!

Our fantastic suppliers and growers provide us with a full range of fruit, vegetables, cheese, milk, yoghurts, meats, fish, hand-made bread and pastries. As much as possible this is grown or made locally; some of which you won’t find for sale anywhere else. Of course, to provide a good array year-round, we rely on sourcing more widely too.

We also stock store-cupboard ingredients – herbs and spices, flours, pulses, oils and all sorts of interesting tasty treats.

Our aim is to minimise transportation, packaging and the use of chemical pest- and herbicides involved in the produce we offer. Some of our staples are organic as standard!

We love plants! We have a seasonal stock of shrubs, trees, herbaceous perennials, herbs and annual plants.

It changes frequently so please stop in to see what is looking good. We can source for your specific requirements and have a wealth of gardening and growing knowledge.

We use only Devon nurseries.

We also stock loose compost, kindling, firewood and a range of locally made crafts. 

The Plant Shed Dulings Farm, Copplestone EX17 5NR

The Plant Shed The Station Yard, Eggesford EX18 7JZ 

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Marshford Organic Foods is a family run business now celebrating 35 years of providing North Devon with the tastiest, freshest organic food.

We, The Ebdon Family, moved to Marshford in 1985. Dave now has 40 years experience of growing whilst Vanessa is a keen cook and writes regular features and recipes. Our son Greg, who has grown up at Marshford, manages the shop.

We Care

  • about the food we grow and the products we stock – it’s wholesome, natural and delicious.
  • about the people and the plant, properly produced food without added chemicals, hormones or genetic modification.
  • about the community, supporting local produce and producers keeps more of the money in our local economy and builds stronger ties in the community.

You can order online for deliveries to:

Thursday – Instow, Barnstaple, Braunton, Ilfracombe and beyond, Landkey areas.

Friday – Bideford, Torrington, Westward Ho!, Appledore areas.

Delivery charges may apply (see Delivery Section)

Marshfield Organic Foods, Churchill Way, Northam, North Devon, EX39 1NS

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Bob and Kate look forward to welcoming you to this very special country pub in Wembworthy, near Chulmleigh. Set in the most beautiful countryside deep in mid-Devon we have plenty of space outside for people to enjoy, outdoor seating, a large car park and a sunny bar/dining area. Our characterful country pub can seat up to 50 guests for special events and can also be hired exclusively. We welcome children with well-behaved parents, dogs – as long as their owners are on leads and horses (but unfortunately, they will have to stay outside!). We have a comprehensive menu and a constantly changing specials board, also snacks, sandwiches and summertime salads. We use locally sourced ingredients in our homecooked dishes. In addition to this, we are also a Brit Stop Host so we look forward to welcoming you as a guest at our site sometime soon. 

Lymington Arms Wembworthy EX18 7SA

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Broomhill Estate is a 100 acre estate in Devon featuring a 7 bed hotel, restaurant, eco farm, rewilding woodlands and an expansive sculpture exhibition/Gallery which hosts the annual National Sculpture Prize.

This sanctuary for fine arts is open to the public and hosts weddings, conferences, lectures, seminars, workshops, film showings, artisan food festivals and so much more.

The sculpture collection features over 200 contemporary artworks from international artists including pieces from; Ronald Westerhuis, Giles Penny, Carol Peace, Greta Berlin and a plethora of incredible carvings from 1st generation Zimbabwean Shona artists to name but a few!

Now under new ownership the collection will be grown, and new artworks will be installed including site specific works from household names – all of which will be made available for art lovers to invest in. Our in house curators can consult with any art purchase with exceptional expertise in the creation of large scale sculptures.

Day visitors and guests can immerse themselves in the undulating landscape and join Broomhill Estate on this transformative adventure as we expand the collection and evolve this sanctuary for fine arts. 

Broomhill Estate Muddiford, Barnstaple EX31 4EX

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An English country inn set in the heart of the Devon countryside, The Stag Rackenford is rumoured to be the oldest pub in Devon, dating back to the 12th Century. Restored and now run by Steve and Oliver, both are passionate about serving freshly prepared great tasting food and an eclectic range of drinks. 

The Stag Inn Rackenford EX16 8DT

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