Find and buy organic this Christmas

Whether it’s your Christmas dinner, your favourite tipple or gift ideas for the whole family, we’ve got it covered - search here for your local organic farmers and suppliers...

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Ystrad Organics

Clothing and textiles

Town: Brechfa    Approx Distance: 

Tuppenny Barn Organics Ltd

Fruit, Vegetables

Town: Southbourne    Approx Distance: 

Acorn Dairy

Chutneys and preserves

Town: Darlington    Approx Distance: 

Hembridge Organics

Chutneys and preserves

Town: Shepton Mallet    Approx Distance: 

Rhug Organic Farm

Bacon and sausages, Gammon and ham, Geese, Lamb, Turkeys, Venison

Town: Corwen    Approx Distance: 

Whitmuir Organics Ltd

Advent calendars, Bacon and sausages, Beauty products, Beef, Beer, Cheese, Chocolates and sweets, Christmas hampers, Christmas pudding, Chutneys and preserves, Clothing and textiles, Fruit, Gammon and ham, Lamb, Mince pies, Non-alcoholic drinks, Nuts, Spirits, Turkeys, Vegetables, Vegetarian, Wine

Town: Lamancha, West Linton    Approx Distance: 

Monmouthshire Turkeys

Turkeys

Town: Raglan    Approx Distance: 

Tweed Valley Organics

Fruit, Vegetables

Town: Greenlaw    Approx Distance: 

Sarah Greens Organics

Vegetables

Town: Tillingham    Approx Distance: 

Sheepdrove Organic Farm

Bacon and sausages, Beef, Chickens, Christmas hampers, Chutneys and preserves, Clothing and textiles, Ducks, Gammon and ham, Geese, Gluten free, Lamb, Turkeys

Town: Lambourn    Approx Distance: 

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Seasonal thoughts – why cheap food is costing us dearly

Marianne Landzettel: Sunday supplements are brimming with recipe ideas for festive dinners, supermarket shelves are stacked high with seasonal favourites and tempting offers like 3 for 2 deals. Combine this with the steady stream of worrying news about the world economy being on the precipice of another downturn and it is clear why there’s a demand for cheap food. But while we enjoy getting more for less, maybe it’s also time to ask who ultimately pays for cheap food? The answer is: we all do, though not at the supermarket till.

24 November 2014 | 1 Comments | Recommended by 3