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Rhug Organic Farm
Products: Turkeys, Geese, Chickens, Ham, Beef, Venison, Lamb, Vegetables, Fruit, Ale, Spirits, Wine, Beer, Non-alcoholic drinks, Cheese, Chocolates and sweets, Beauty products
Town: Corwen Approx Distance:
Whitmuir Organics Ltd
Products: Turkeys, Chickens, Ham, Beef, Lamb, Vegetables, Fruit, Lager, Ale, Spirits, Wine, Beer, Non-alcoholic drinks, Cheese, Chutneys and preserves, Chocolates and sweets, Beauty products, Textiles, Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten free, Dairy free
Town: Lamancha, West Linton Approx Distance:
Avid Farm Shop
Products: Vegetables, Fruit, Nuts, Cheese, Chocolates and sweets, Beauty products, Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten free, Dairy free
Town: Mill House Green Approx Distance:
The Story Group Ltd
Products: Turkeys, Chickens, Ham, Beef, Lamb, Vegetables
Town: Bristol Approx Distance:
If you are a Soil Association organically certified licence holder and you'd like your business to be listed in our Directory, please complete the form here. If you are not a Soil Association licence holder find out more about the benefits on our Certification website.
If you are holding an event on an organic farm that you'd like us to promote, please email us.
Go organic this Easter
Enjoy an organic Easter egg
Buy an organic Easter egg this year and you can be sure that your chocolate has been produced without the use of hydrogenated fats, artificial food colours and preservatives, herbicides, synthetic fertilisers and GMOs.
Try organic hogget
Go seasonal with your meat - spring is the perfect time of year to eat hogget so why not try some for your Easter Sunday roast. Hogget is the meat from a sheep which is older than one year, so different from lamb or mutton. Ask your local butcher or source a local supplier from our directory.
Choose organic poultry
Organic poultry must be completely free-range. They live in smaller flocks, have better access to fresh grass and more space in their houses than non-organic poultry. If you want to be sure that the poultry you buy has been fed a healthy diet, had access to the outdoors and is not from a factory farm, then look out for the Soil Association logo.