have an interesting range of Welsh and local produce in our farm shop.
Our range extends from Welsh branded gift items of all kinds to high
quality delicious food made in all parts of Wales.
are always a favourite, as well as Welsh jams and preserves, Welsh
red mustard, Welsh cheeses, patés, biscuits, ready meals such
as cawl and lobsgows, meats and even Welsh herbal punch!
Here is a selection
of our suppliers:
Calon Lan is a young company based in Llangefni on
Anglesey under the directorship of Geraint Hughes and Dafydd Gruffydd.
They set out enthusiastically to launch a range of healthy cooking
oils at the start of 2007. Geraint’s interest in growing food
and Dafydd’s shameless willingness to experiment in the kitchen
was the perfect combination to establish a company proud in no ordinary
food. The unusual range includes Camelina Oil, Hemp Oil, Avocado Oil
and recently rubs, dips and pestos.
Glasfryn Farm Shop is proud to stock the collection
of hand crafted cheeses made by Gwynfor and Thelma Adams for over
42 years. Caws Cenarth Cheeses are produced exclusively from the milk
of Ffosyficer Organic Farm who themselves bottle their own milk and
produce the fantastic 'Daioni' Organic Milk shake. They don’t
come cheap, but good things never do.
If you can’t go without a pinch of salt
accompanying your meal, then you are bound to try Halen Môn
range of high-quality Welsh sea salt. Vanilla Sea Salt, Smoked Sea
Salt, Spiced Sea Salt – you are spoilt for choice. You should
know that even though Halen Môn is a tiny business based on
the Isle of Anglesey, it supplies Marks and Spencer, Waitrose and
Harvey Nichols along with over 100 of the nation’s best delicatessens.
Today this Welsh sea salt sensation has caught the attention of chefs
and food lovers across the world and has been voted as one of the
world’s top five gastronomic products.
Cadwalader's Ice Cream was started by husband
and wife team David and Hannah when they built and opened the shop
in Castle Street, Criccieth back in 1927. The Cadwalader's ice creams
are 93% fat free, made to the famous secret recipe of ‘6lb of
shan’t tell you’ and a great deal of love and care. The
Cadwaladers use only fresh milk straight from the farm and the fully
pasteurised egg in their ice creams. And as everyone likes to indulge
themselves a little, there is nothing better than a bit of traditional
vanilla ice creams every now and then.
Tregroes Waffles a family-run business, based
in the village of Llandysul, West Wales, marked its 24th Anniversary
in November 2007. At Tregroes Waffles we supply a range of Toffee
and Chocolate Coated Toffee Waffles. Available in Milk or Dark Chocolate
or just plain, all tastes are catered for.
Several years ago after converting the 1100 acre mixed
farm in north Pembrokeshire to organic production, Lawrence and Eira
launched Daioni, the first range of organic flavoured milk drinks
in Britain. We need to tell you that Daioni Flavoured milk is not
like the majority of flavoured milk drinks and is considered by sports
nutrionists for top teams to be the best product of its kind on the
market. It’s low in fat (less than 2% fat) and low in sugar
(less than 4.5%), has no artificial colour or flavour, and it’s
Welsh at its best!
Established since 1938 and located just 3 miles
down the road, South Caernarfon Creameries supply us with high-quality
Welsh milk, award winning cheeses, butter and buttermilk. The company
is Wales' only farmer owned dairy co-operative which now has nearly
Welsh Lady Preserves came to life in 1966. That was
when Dio and Marion Jones made their first batch of traditional Lemon
Cheese under the name of “Welsh Lady". Soon marmalades
and various high quality fruit preserves were added to the range.
All products are still made in small batches, with no artificial colourings,
flavourings or preservatives used. The Welsh range also includes savoury
accompaniments like Wholegrain Mustards, Chutneys and Jellies. We
are delighted to stock the Welsh Lady products, especially when they
are made just down the road from us.
Denbigh based Snowdonia Cheese Company offers
a delicious range of award winning Welsh chesses. Our Farm Shop can’t
do without them – they are definitely customers’ favourite!
So if you are a cheese lover, indulge yourself with a piece of Little
Black Bomber, spicy Red Devil or herby Green Thunder and many others…
Nuts & Co.
and Penny gave up their jobs to dedicate their time to
their hobby that soon became a way to earn money. Our
relationship started in 2006 and since then the delicious
range of Nuts&Co. home-made chutneys has been welcomed
on our shelves. We need to mention that Glasfryn Farm
Shop was the first one to sell Nuts&Co. products.
They create all the recipes themselves, source quality
ingredients locally if possible and put their hearts in
to what they produce. Our favourite is Spicy Carrot Jam,
followed by Beetroot and Orange Preserve. Try it before
We source our Welsh wildflower honey
directly from Wern Las Farm, Edern. It’s as good
as it gets and it travels only 10 miles to get on our
from Popty’r Bryn, based on the Isle of Anglesey, operates her
business from home, and to be more specific, from a purpose built
commercial kitchen. Nerys is a living example of transforming her
hobby into a successful business. We love her traditional Bara Brith
and mouth watering shortbreads, but we are crazy about her Treacle
Toffee – big or small – one can’t resist it!
As a Farm Shop we wouldn’t be forgiven
if we didn’t stock Free Range eggs. Our eggs come from the farm
in Llaniestyn, which is situated only 12 miles away from us. Food
miles matter to us!
Situated near the shore of Bala Lake, within the lush
surroundings of the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales, Gwynedd
Confectioners have been making the finest confectionery products for
almost 20 years. With a unique ability to design and manufacture innovative
products, the company prides itself on providing its clients with
‘Perfection in Confection’. Of course, we are a great
supporter of this thought, so are our customers.
Patchwork Food Co. supplies us with an amazing range of award-winning
pâtes. They come at a premium price, but believe us –
there is a reason for it! Despite the commercial scale of the company
today, everything is still hand-made in small batches, without artificial
colouring, additives or preservatives, to Margaret’s original
recipes. She established The Patchowork Pâté company
in 1982 when she found herself divorced with three children to look
after. With a start up cost of just £9.00, saved from the housekeeping,
she began selling her home made pâtés to pubs nearby
Llangollen. And now, you can try them for yourself, visit our Farm
Shop to see the range she’s created.