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Fruit & Veg in Cambridgeshire

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BedlamBedlam Organic Farm - Proudly grow and sell specialist organic vegetables “fresh from the fen”, all certified by Organic Farmer’s & Growers. Sell only their own produce, so almost zero “food miles”. Members of the Higher Level Stewardship, Red Tractor Assurance Scheme, and the Organic Entry Level Stewardship Schemes; and are a LEAF marque registered farm. Whitegates Farm, Upwell Road, March PE15 0DP.
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T: 01354 699193



Barker Potatoes - Markie and Agria potatoes are grown on this family-run farm for mashing, roasting and chipping (made into crisps), depending on the variety. They are available in 25kg bags, and can be delivered locally. The Bungalow, Adventurers Drove, Pymoor, Ely CB6 2DZ.
T: 01353 699 465




Cambridge FruitCambridge Fruit Co. - & & A supplier of fresh produce to workplaces in and around Cambridge. Since the COVID pandemic, they have started serving the wider community by delivering to homes instead of businesses. T: 01223 425308


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G & MG and M’s Fruit and Veg Cambridge Market - A family-run fruit and veg stall based on Cambridge Market, Market Hill, 6 days a week selling locally produced fruits and vegetables as well as exotic ones. They also deliver boxes (eccentric vans may be used).
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T: 07885 026216




SuncloseSunclose Farm - & On Butt Lane, Milton CB24 6DQ. Sell a variety of fruits especially strawberries and raspberries, plus their own honey from bees that visit the farm.
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T:01223 860522


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Lauriston FarmWe were contacted on Twitter (@CPRECambs) and asked to include Lauriston Farm ( on this list. It is a community-owned 210 acre biodynamic social farm on the Blackwater Estuary, Goldhanger, Essex - so how could we possibly omit it?

The farm is home to rare breed Shetland cattle and North Ronaldsay sheep, bee hives, laying hens, vegetables and woodland. Eighty-five percent of the farm is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest and within this, there are two listed ancient monuments.
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T: 01621 788348

Turkeys & Other Seasonal Fare in Cambridgeshire

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With Christmas fast approaching, our contributor Lizzie Bannister has very kindly looked into where we can buy turkeys and other seasonal fare that have been raised with high welfare standards. We are committed to supporting local food providers and sellers, the #BackBritishFarming movement and the NFU’s #ProudtoProduce campaign that celebrates farmers’ roles in the light of the Agriculture Bill.

Believe it or not, there is a #BuyMyTurkey day (4th December) as part of the NFU Countryside’s campaigns.

Lizzie visited to create the list below:


Bettys Birds are raised outdoors with great standards of living and fed quality feed with no growth enhancers and the farmers have full control over the whole process. Pigs are also raised with similar standards on this smallholding on the Ramsay Forty Foot. Online orders are being taken, but demand has been so high this year you need to ring Matt on 07786 032 105.




SouthallsSouthall's Turkeys - A family-run Bedfordshire farm and butchers in Great Barford with well raised animals including their lovingly grown turkey that are kept indoors and fed on home grown cereals. The Southall family have used only traditional farming methods for three generations.




Rutland A Soil Association approved organic farm based in Rutland producing organic free range turkeys, chickens, cockerels, geese and eggs. They also produce venison and lamb and their own rare-breed pigs. All the birds and animals are slaughtered with minimal stress and are hand processed. The online shop is:




FranklinsFranklin's Farm Butchers - A small family farm business in Bedfordshire rearing free range Chickens, Ducks, Turkeys, Geese, Cattle, Sheep and Pigs. The owner John Franklin is the current Chairman of the British Goose Producers Association, and a Game Dealer.

Lizzie also found local farms with no websites:

Meremouth Farm, Peterborough Tel: 07742 682 901
MJ Kiddy & Son, Bedfordshire Tel: 01767 650 884
G Deller & Sons, Cambridgeshire Tel: 01223 833 334

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