Shop farm-fresh produce to treat your tastebuds, reduce your carbon footprint and support local businesses
Paley Farm is true farm to fork produce, with their butchery shop on site at the farm itself in Cranbrook, Kent, where all their lamb, beef and pork is bred and reared to the highest welfare standards. It’s all free range, their delicious lamb and beef is grass fed and certified Pasture for Life, and you order their meatboxes right to your door! Simply explore their range of meats and meatboxes online, make your selection and the farm will send it via courier to you. You can also click and collect directly from the farm or contact their team for free local delivery. Paley Farm’s commitment to maintaining traditional values and farming native breeds means that they produce the highest quality local meats while also improving the environment and generating the lowest food miles!
Order your meatbox at paleyfarm.co.uk
The Goods Shed
Local really means local at The Goods Shed in Canterbury. Next to the city’s Western train station, under the roof of a Victorian railway shed, it holds a farmers’ market, food hall and restaurant. Here you can find the best of what Kent has to offer, all sourced from within a 20-mile radius, including produce from a fishmonger, a nose-to-tail butchery, a fruit and veg stand, a cheesemaker and much more. Their high quality produce comes from a sturdy network of Kentish farmers, as well as a 100-acre farm recently acquired by the owner, Susanna Sait. The farm allows The Goods Shed to cultivate unique and rare British kitchen ingredients such as edible flowers, figs, quince, and currants. The kaleidoscope of colour at this special spot has long acted as a visual reference for customers and chefs, inspired by the flow of British seasons and the traditional, rural values of East Kent. This homely and inviting local hotspot celebrates the very best of what the South East has to offer, and when you shop there you know you’re investing in and supporting a network of brilliant small producers as well as the local economy.
To find opening times for the market and make restaurant bookings and enquiries visit thegoodsshed.co.uk
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