Tues-Fri; 07890 012631; Cavendish Road, CB1 3AF Cambridge, Cambridgeshire; firstname.lastname@example.org
Bread on a bike is a micro bakery based in Cambridge, all the bread is baked by Alison at home in a domestic oven. They launched in January 2013 and ever since have been baking for anyone wanting freshly baked ‘real’ bread. They deliver within cycling distance of CB1 (Mill Road) and for those living further afield collection is available. Payment is cash on delivery and orders are taken from Thursday the week before – certain delivery areas are covered each day, so check on the website to see when they are delivering in your area. The sourdough loaves are baked fresh from Tuesdays through until Fridays and are produced using natural wheat or rye leaven rather than added yeast. They are slowly fermented for maximum flavour and nutrition. The bread is made using local flour, and all other ingredients are either organic or fair trade, and local wherever possible. Unlike most commercial bread, their bread is made with only flour, water and sea salt (all other ingredients are stated) and without hidden additives such as added enzymes and improvers. They accept any special requests of bread type or size of loaf and can provide any further information on products on request. Alison can be found on her website, Facebook and Twitter.
Mon-Fri 9am-4pm; 01223 873300; Cambridge Organic Food Company, Penn Farm Studios, Harston Rd, Cambridge, CB23 1JZ
A home delivery company, which represents a group of organic farms in the Cambridge area. They represent nearly every organic farm that is local to Cambridge and they have been delivering their organic fruit and veg in Cambridge since 1998. They deliver fresh, locally produced and organic vegetables, fruit, bread, dairy, meat and a range of other products in the Cambridge, Huntingdon, St. Ives, St. Neots or Saffron Walden areas. As well as their delivery service they also supply produce to many independent, organic, specialist and health food shops in the local area. More information can be found through Facebook and Twitter.
Working slightly differently to other delivery boxes, with the Food Assembly, you order your foods online, then come and collect them at the prearranged collection time and date. For the Cambridge Assembly, that’s 5:30pm- 7pm at The Tram Depot, 3-5 Dover Street, CB1 1DY. There you can meet the suppliers, who benefit from selling directly to the consumer as they get a fair price for their produce, and you know exactly who is producing your food, locally and sustainably. See Facebook and Twitter for news and events.
01763 243960; Guilden Gate, 86 North End, Bassingbourn, Royston, Herts, SG8 5PD
Veg box season runs from late Spring to Christmas. Veggie boxes made up of organic produce from the smallholding.
Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm, Sun 8am-10am; Delivery Tues-Fri; 07881564950 Mobile; 01799 599883 Office; Radwinter Wild Game Company LLP, Radwinter Park, Radwinter End, Saffron Walden, Essex, CB10 2UE; email@example.com
Radwinter Wild Game Company specialise in locally sourced wild game that they prepare onsite into ready made products for wholesale and retail trade. They trade on the principles of honesty and quality and as a result their standards are very high. They stock duck, partridge, pheasant, mixed game, wood pigeon, wild rabbit and venison. They also create their own hand-made gourmet venison burgers and have a very popular range of sausages that include; venison & pork, venison & cider, venison, pork & mushroom, wild poacher sausages, venison, herbs & garlic and spiced pigeon sausages. They now also provide gluten free venison burgers and sausages. All of their products are produced at their own on-site butchery where everything is made fresh daily and they also have an on-site smoker. Orders can be placed by phone or through the website for deliver,y and orders can be collected on request. More information about new products and stockists can be found on Facebook.
Trumpington Food Collective
Similar to the Food Assembly, the Trumpington Food Collective was set up to make it easier to buy from local suppliers by offering a service which allows you to buy online and collect, all in one place. They also plan monthly foodie events at the hub once they launch – cookery demos, talks from local produce growers, supper clubs and tips on seasonal cooking. Their website is currently under construction, but further updates can be found on their Facebook page. They hope to start providing services by 30th April.
Grower-run box-scheme. Around 90% of produce is produced by Paul on the farm in Lode. Organic since 1993. Organic eggs, seasonal fruit and veg.
01205 724778; Woodlands Farm, Kirton House, Kirton, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE20 1JD Facebook
They offer organic and biodynamic vegetables, via their organic box scheme, a home delivery service covering within sixty miles of the farm.
Have your Cake and Eat it
01480 467076 / 07920 052860; 6 Elsworth Close, St. Ives, Cambridgeshire, PE27 5YB
A local celebration cake maker based in St. Ives. Providing you with scrumptious local bespoke cakes for all occasions, they only use local free range eggs, local windmilled flour, and hand-made butter!