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Great to see you at the Huxhams Farm shop

These are the veg/fruit bags and other products we have for sale at this time. Our range is always expanding. Thank you for shopping with us.

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Select your bag/box order size, preferences and delivery frequency.

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Add inividual items to your order.

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Seasonal fruit including; Organic Apples, Plums, Damsons, Rhubarb and Raspberries grown at Huxhams Cross Farm and Shillingford.

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Organic herbs from Huxhams Cross Farm

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Eggs our from our White Leghorn chickens on the farm. 

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Our amazing team have made all this produce from gluts of foods on the farm. Huxhams Homemade products are handmade in small batches, using biodynamic produce from the farm.

We make our jams, cordials and preserves using organic cider vinegar and 30% less organic raw cane sugar compared to other recipes, allowing the full flavour of the fruit and veg to come through.

 

You are cordially invited to sample our cordials, relish our relishes, enjoy a sticky situation with our jam and try not to get into a pickle with our pickles. 

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'Reclaim The Grain' is about the decommodification and relocalisation of basic food ingredients; such as flour, oats, and other grains. Small-scale farmers are growing resilient varieties using methods that are low in carbon and support biodiversity. Reclaim The Grain will help make their businesses sustainable offering a price that reflects the costs of production.

Reclaim The Grain is a Trademark (application pending) of Dartington Mill CIC - two farms (The Apricot Centre CIC, Old Parsonage Farm) and an artisan baker (The Almond Thief), working together in a unique collaboration to produce high-quality products.

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A craft bakery based in Dartington, specialising in slow-fermented sourdough hearth loaves.

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Dairy products from carefully selected suppliers

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Reinventing how people drink milk. Our dairy-free drinks will always be organic, will always be in returnable, refillable glass bottles and will never come from a cow.

It’s the milkman of the future, and it’s made here, in Totnes!

Please return all glass bottles. 

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Jolly Farm's meat is from animals that are grass fed and managed to 'organic standards', we do not feed any GM feeds to our animals or use any medicines routinely.

Our meat is consciously, carefully and respectfully produced.

We are a small family farm based on rented land in and around Totnes; neighbours to Huxham's Cross in Dartington, up at Coplands and on Castle Meadow. Our home base is in Halwell.

We will deliver direct to you and will phone you on the Wednesday after you place your order to organise delivery.

Our meat is frozen.

 

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Fabulous cheese,  olives and nuts from Sue, our friend and neighbour on Totnes market 

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A Totnes-based business making small batch, wild fermented products - all of which are live, probiotic wholefoods.  Made with our own produce and that of other organic producers, as local as possible.  All products are vegan.

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Products from Hemp grown on the dartington estate and processed locally in small batches

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Organic* Cordials, Juices, and now beer from New Lion Brewery! Local or Ethically Sourced. *Organic unless otherwise stated.

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Fantastic products from Huxhams Cross Farm to add to your store - flour, dried beans, jams and more...

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At Spindle Wood Farm we use regenerative and agroecological practises to raise our livestock. We do not use any chemicals on our farm and our animals are fed organic grain at certain times throughout the year. The animal's presence on the land is one that benefits the land as well as them and ultimately us the consumer. Our animals are given fresh grass daily, they are kept on the move which means the land is grazed, not too much or too little and fertilised at the same time. It is given time to recover and is not depleted, a perfect recipe for soil growth and health. 

We pride ourselves on high animal welfare, while making sure the land and its wild inhabitants are taken care of too. All of these elements go hand in hand in fact. By looking after one, we are looking after them all. 
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Bunches of flowers freshly picked from Huxhams Cross Farm (when available)

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Artisan Montreal Style Bagels -  baked in Dartington and made with organic ingredients - A freshly different bagel experience.

Hand rolled, slightly sweet and chewy, boiled in malted water and dipped in lashings of organic seeds. 

Storing your bagels: For a perfect bagel every time, slice, freeze and toast - they can be popped straight into the toaster from the freezer - no need to defrost 

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Plant Generation are incredibly proud to have developed a unique process that eliminates anti-nutrients and toxins in nuts and seeds. How? By appropriately germinating, cooking, milling, and, when possible, removing protective layers. The result is a more digestible, flavourful and, most importantly, nutritious food. Welcome to the new generation of bio-activated food. Although they would like to say they  invented these methods, they are not new. The ancient Egyptians, Mayans and Aztecs, for example, prepared their food in a similar way. But sadly, we lost this practice with the rise of modern agriculture. 

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Click here to see new offerings from The Apricot Centre

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From time to time we have gluts of produce, which we offer our customers at a lower price.

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Traditional Indian streetfood packed full of freshness in the heart of Devon 

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Handmade teas and herbal infusions from small scale independent and local makers.

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Trenow Fields is a coastal 20-acre farm near Penzance on land owned by the National Trust. They use permaculture and agroforestry principles to grow herbs such as lavender and novel field scale crops such as pulses, beans and grains. The farm is dedicated to essential veggies, salads and culinary herbs and is certified Organic in Conversion by the Soil Association.