Contact Us – Falmouth Depot

WestCountry – A Passion For Food
The Distribution Centre, Higher Argal, Budock, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 5PE
T +44 (0)1326 372304   F +44 (0)1326 375858
sales@westcountry.co.uk


Contact Us – St Austell Depot

WestCountry – A Passion for Food
St Austell Bay Business Park, Par Moor Road, St Austell PL25 3RF
T +44(0)1726 817666
sales@westcountry.co.uk


Contact Us – Newton Abbot Depot

WestCountry – A Passion for Food
Unit 2, Silverhills Road, Decoy Industrial Estate, Newton Abbot TQ12 5LZ
T +44(0)1626 830881
sales@westcountry.co.uk


Contact Us – Somerset Depot

WestCountry – A Passion for Food
Rookery Farm, Ashwick, Oakhill, Radstock BA3 5BS
T +44(0)1749 841856
somerset@westcountry.co.uk

 

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Ponthier: Premium Purées

Ponthier: Premium Purées

About Ponthier Based in South West France, Ponthier have been passing on the craft of fruit growing from father to son for over 70 years. Similar to Westcountry, Ponthier was originally run as a fresh fruit wholesaler, selling produce grown on their family farm.  In 1998 the company created the first range of chilled purées […]

UK Butter Prices Continue to Rise

UK Butter Prices Continue to Rise

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Vanilla: The Price of Black Gold

Vanilla: The Price of Black Gold

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Pineapples – A Fruit Fit for a King (or Queen)

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Kale – A British Favourite

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Natural Remedies – foods to cure your ailments

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