Our naturally leavened breads are available at various retail outlets, across Northumberland. Farm to Freeze and The Good Life Shop in Wooler, Alnwick Deli – The Cheese Room in Alnwick, Scotts of Alnmouth, The Green Shop http://www.mygreenshop.co.uk/ in Berwick and The Walled Garden shop in Bamburgh http://www.farma.org.uk/members/view/bamburgh-castle-walled-garden/, Lesbury Post Office, Jarvis Pickle food shop in Eyemouth http://www.jarvispickle.com/ and The Running Fox cafes at Felton and Longframlington. The range includes White Levain, Five Grain Levain, Seeded Sourdough and 40% Rye with Caraway.
Our bread is also used on menus across Northumberland, in some of the finer eating establishments. Restaurants include: The Jolly Fisherman in Craster, famous for its crab sandwiches, The Plough in Alnwick, and The Ship Inn at Low Newton (which has fabulous local beers). The Running Fox cafes (Felton and Longframlington) have a wide variety of tasty local foods. Bertram’s at Warkworth – wonderful soups, Old Post Office at Warkworth (a lovely bistro, producing home-cooked meals every Friday and Saturday). St. Valery Guest House (famously good picnic hampers) in Alnmouth. Pilgrims Coffee House on Holy Island (fabulous home-roasted, ethically-sourced coffee and brilliant paninis – they said modestly) and the Rialto Coffee Shop in Eyemouth.
You can find us and a wide selection of our breads at Hexham Farmers’ Market on the second and fourth Saturday of every month. We also attend various village shows and food festivals throughout the year. Please check the Events section to see details. We also offer talks, and demonstrations at a number of these events. If you’d like to see us in action and get a few hints and tips, check our events diary We look forward to seeing you there.