Food which has been grown, reared or produced in Gloucestershire. Locally produced food means it is seasonal, fresher and also has less food miles, which is better for the environment. Buying local food also helps the local economy. Farm shops sell locally grown fruit and vegetables, locally reared meat, free range eggs, as well as locally cooked cakes and pies. Tasty homemade jams, marmalades, relishes and other preserves, locally made cheeses and local flour producers. Gloucestershire has a long history of brewing beer, cider and perry and there are still some local producers today. Pick Your Own farms in Gloucestershire selling strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries, blackcurrants and other fruit during the summer months – check the embedded Twitter feed in the business listing to see when the fruit is ready for picking! Find local farmers markets under Shopping > Shopping Centres & Markets. If you produce, grow or sell food and drink in Gloucestershire, you qualify for free inclusion in our directory.
Hand produced range of products: marmalades, chutneys, relishes, mustards, oils, vinegars, mulling and dessert syrups. Mail order.
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