Contact Us – Falmouth Depot

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The Distribution Centre, Higher Argal, Budock, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 5PE
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Contact Us – St Austell Depot

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St Austell Bay Business Park, Par Moor Road, St Austell PL25 3RF
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Contact Us – Newton Abbot Depot

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Unit 2, Silverhills Road, Decoy Industrial Estate, Newton Abbot TQ12 5LZ
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Contact Us – Somerset Depot

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Rookery Farm, Ashwick, Oakhill, Radstock BA3 5BS
T +44(0)1749 841856
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Recent Blog Posts

Kale: A British Favourite

Kale: A British Favourite

A regular in our fridges, Kale has become the mainstay of many British menus. The term ‘Kale’ refers to a cultivar of the Brassica Oleracea Species, however it is more closely related to the wild cabbage than to other cultivated members of the brassica family, such as Calabrese, Cauliflower and Cabbages. Varieties of Kale are […]

Natural Remedies – foods to cure your ailments

Natural Remedies – foods to cure your ailments

Fruits, vegetables and herbs have been used as natural remedies for as far back as records can be traced. But how many of these traditional cures actually work or have any scientific facts to back them up? Hopefully this list of produce could help ease your constipation or at least help stop your cough. Natural […]

Food Art – Playing with your food (creatively).

Food Art – Playing with your food (creatively).

You may have seen our social media channels this week featured some of the warehouse teams experiments with food art. Their creative efforts have inspired us to have a look at the use of food in the art world. There are many chefs who have transformed plating into astonishing food art. A few weeks ago […]

Carrots – keep calm & carrot on.

Carrots – keep calm & carrot on.

Carrots are a domesticated form of the wild carrot, which is native to Europe and southwestern Asia. The carrots is a root vegetable, most commonly they are orange, although purple, black, white, red and yellow varieties exist. It is believed that they were originally grown in Persia for the leaves and seeds. The carrot is one […]

Cherries – luxury seasonal fruit

Cherries – luxury seasonal fruit

Fantastic quality English cherries have been arriving in our fridges in recent weeks. The cherry was first grown in the UK at Teynham in Kent, by order of Henry VIII, who tasted them in Flanders. The word cherry derives from French cerise, Spanish cereza, all originating from the Latin cerasum, both refereing to an ancient Greek region near Giresun, […]

Radish – the plant that built the pyramids.

Radish – the plant that built the pyramids.

The radish is a variety of herbaceous plant and member of the mustard family. The radish root is also related to kale, broccoli, cauliflower and horseradish. Radishes prefer a cooler climate and will grow quickly providing the conditions (fertile soil, sunlight and moisture) are adequate. The name radish comes from the Latin word “radix”. Traditionally […]