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Chocolarder

Chocolarder is one of the only small batch bean-to-bar chocolate makers in the country. They produce fine quality, stone ground chocolate using organic beans imported from single estate, family run plantations in Colombia, Sierra Leone, Madagascar, Peru and the Dominican Republic. The select beans used at Chocolarder are roasted, winnowed and ground, refined and conched before being left to mature for at least 28 days. The chocolate is then tempered and made into bars before being lovingly wrapped in plastic free packaging. This obsessive attention to detail yields some of the finest chocolate in production today.

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Baker Tom

Baker Tom’s began in Tom’s kitchen in the corner of the South West over 10 years ago. Tom baked his first couple of loaves of fresh bread and biked them to his local farm shop. They sold out. Soon Tom was delivering freshly baked loaves every day and his bread became the talk of the town. From organic sourdoughs and unique speciality bread to traditional tin loaves and rye and spelt flour varieties, Tom has created a delicious range of award-winning bread to suit everyone’s tastes.

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Primrose Herd

Primrose Herd is deeply enthusiastic about heritage breeds and takes immense care in rearing their pigs. Animal welfare is paramount and the animals enjoy a happy, free-ranging life. Slaughter and butchery are done on-site, and the carcasses are turned into a range of pork joints, cured and smoked meats and charcuterie.

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Tregothnan Tea

Here at Tregothnan our Cornish Tea Bushes luxuriate in conditions that are often warmer than Darjeeling in India and free from salt winds and other hazards that afflict coastal regions. The flora around the tea includes the famous pink Magnolia campbellii that itself was introduced from Darjeeling and often heralds spring in Cornwall before it arrives in Darjeeling! The very first blend we released in 2005 was our best-selling Classic blend. Today, the range extends to many black teas including our exclusive Single Estate, one Green Tea and a growing list of home-grown herbal infusions. We are proud to be the only producer actually growing tea in the England, putting the English into English tea.

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Origin Coffee Roasters

Our story begins over 15 years ago. Founded in 2004 by Tom Sobey, Origin Coffee is an independently owned speciality coffee roaster that is bound by one central ethos; to source exceptional coffee through a sustainable, triple bottom line approach. Through our direct trade practice we're able to support our farm and mill partners directly, giving our drinkers full traceability of the coffee in their cup. Wherever possible we visit the farmers or mill representatives each year - in El Salvador, Nicaragua, Colombia, Brazil - we ask questions and we listen. To the farmers, to the workers, and to their families. Our partners are committed to environmentally and socially sustainable practices. Our coffee program is one of the cornerstones of our B Corp certification.

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Langleys Chocolates

A generous serving of luxury Belgian Chocolate combined with caramel, nougat and honeycomb in just the right measures with inspirational flavours complementary ingredients and a lot of love the result is my Rocky Road. As with all the best things in life it started its journey as a family favourite and has grown as it was shared with friends. My aim has always been to share and bring pleasure wherever I can so I hope that you enjoy and share!

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Boddington's Berries

Boddington's Berries was established in the 1940s, after the Second World War when the Boddington family began to grow fresh produce and flowers in the quaint fishing village known as Mevagissey. The original site consisted of 2 acres of apples. This soon grew to 3 acres to include flowers, vegetables, and Royal Sovereign strawberries. Back then, strawberries only had a two-week season! During the late 1960s, the crops started to whittle down and the decision was made to specialise in one crop - strawberries. Since then, the Boddington family has become true strawberry specialists; trialing many new varieties and growing systems to produce the cream of Cornish strawberries today. In 2001, we began making a high fruit content Strawberry Conserve using the fruit that the supermarkets would not take: fruits that were too small, too large, the wrong colour, blemished or simply the variety delisted. The response was phenomenal and over the last 19 years the sales of conserve have taken over that of fresh fruit. As a result of customer demand, we have extended the range of high fruit content products to include Apple Chutney, Blackberry Conserve, Orange Marmalade, Raspberry Conserve, Red Onion Relish and Strawberry Vinegar, all made without the use of artificial additives or preservatives. Boddington’s still grow strawberries, but on a smaller scale. Today, the business remains a family affair and is currently being run by the third generation; Phil and Louise Boddington.

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Hidden Orchard

We created the “Cornish Apple Project” as a way of trying to save unwanted apples from the landfill. With this fruit we started making delicious 100% pure crushed apple juice, swapping a portion of the juice in exchange for apple donations and supplying the rest to local shops. In the past few years we have slowly built up our business, investing in a larger apple press (wise move after hand crushing tons of apples for years!), upgrading bottling equipment and moving into a larger commercial space. We have expanded our range to include soft drinks, hand crafted cider and infused apple cider vinegars. We are so proud that our products are now being sold across Cornwall and are excited to share our journey so far with you! We are passionate about local produce, protecting and nurturing Cornish Apple Tree stocks, decreasing food miles and turning potential food waste into viable and saleable products. On average we are saving over 7 tons of apples from landfill each year!

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Camel Valley Vineyard

At Camel Valley, we’ve been producing award-winning, world-class wines in a beautiful corner of Cornwall since 1989. What is it that makes our wines so good? It’s really quite simple – an idyllic setting on sun-drenched slopes near the famous Camel River; excellent grapes that perfectly suit the soil and climate; a respect for traditional vineyard practices combined with a modern approach to wine making and, most importantly, a passion for creating wines that provide pure pleasure...

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Polgoon Vineyard

After buying a run-down flower farm in Penzance and following some advice from Bob Lindo at Camel Valley, they decided to plant vines and create their own Cornish vineyard. From the very first wine harvest in 2006, Kim and John created the first Polgoon rosé and were subsequently awarded the Waitrose Trophy for Best Still Rosé in the UK. Today we have a wide range of award-winning sparkling and still wines, ciders and juices.

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Cornish Seaweed Company

At the Cornish Seaweed Company we have been harvesting seaweed since 2012. Born out of a love for life and the ocean, a belief in healthy and tasty food, we are a rapidly growing enterprise forming a team of over 10 dedicated seaweeders. With the clean and wild Cornish coast as our playground, we scour its rocky shores in search for the highest quality seaweeds. All of which are harvested, washed, dried and packaged by hand, ensuring the highest quality using artisanal practices. Our aim is to provide you with an honest superfood; sustainably harvested, local, edible seaweeds and to introduce these as an alternative food source that is healthy, nutritional, tasty and good for the environment.

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Deli Farm Charcuterie

Deli Farm has achieved many Great Taste and Taste of the West awards, including our Coppa winning Champion Product in 2007 and in 2012 we were runners up in the "Best Producer"section of the Radio 4 Food and Farming Awards. Deli Farm Charcuterie are one of the UK's pioneering business's to preserve meat by air drying in Cornwall. We have based our methods on the Italian winter salami; combining these techniques with modern technology has enabled us to create the perfect climatic conditions for drying and maturing. We use prime cuts of meat that are sourced from selected producers; this is mixed with freshly ground herbs and spices and carefully hand crafted into natural casings. They are then hung up and left to slowly dry; air-dried products have a long shelf life and like a good wine improve with time.

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