Meet our Suppliers

We source our produce from local suppliers and farmers wherever possible. Find out more about some of our suppliers below.

Barcombe Nurseries

Barcombe Nurseries grow organic vegetables on 10 acres near Lewes. Their aim is to produce a veg box that is as local as possible, filled with fresh varied seasonal produce at good value the year. For more information visit their website.

Natural Farms

Natural Farms based in Ewhurst Green in Sussex pioneered the sourcing of meat directly from local farms that guarantee the use of good quality meat breeds, traditional rearing methods and a pure wholesome diet. . Visit their website.

Infinity Foods

Infinity Foods began in 1971 with a small shop in Brighton, England, today it is one of the UK’s leading national distributors of high quality, organic, fairtrade and natural products. Their reputation for quality and choice has established Infinity Foods as the UK’s leading brand of essential organic foods and produce. Visit their website.

Brighton and Newhaven Fish

BNFS was established as a fish market to serve the needs of the local fishing fleet in 1975 and has operated a fish market on their current site since 1989. They currently serve the needs of around 45 local inshore fishing vessels and own and operate 3 vessels. They currently serve approximately 150 pubs, clubs, hotels and restaurants as well as private catering companies, all located in the South East and London areas.  Visit their website.

The Cheese Man

The Cheese Man, based in Sussex, are passionate about cheese, food miles and environmental issues. They work closely with local cheese makers and have produced a guide to develop local awareness of quality cheeses from the surrounding areas.  Vist their website.

Mason and Mason Wines

Mason and Mason Wines, based in Chichester, are suppliers of authentic, traditional wines, many of which are organic or biodynamic.   Vist their website.

Seasons Forest Row

A retail and wholesale supplier of organic and biodynamic food and produce. Certified Organic Farmers and Growers.   Vist their website.