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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, Christmas hampers, Chocolates and sweets, Beauty products
Town: Corwen Approx Distance:
West Town Farm
Products: Ham, Beef, Cookery courses
Town: Exeter Approx Distance:
J & J Forster
Products: Beef, Lamb
Town: St.Helens Approx Distance:
Mill Farm Organic Farm Shop & Cafe
Products: Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Chickens, Ham, Beef, Lamb, Pork, Vegetables, Fruit, Nuts, Non-alcoholic drinks, Cheese, Chutneys and preserves, Mince pies, Christmas pudding, Christmas hampers, Smoked salmon
Town: Near Alton Approx Distance:
Products: Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Chickens, Ham, Beef, Lamb, Cheese, Cookery courses
Town: Moreton Morrell Approx Distance:
Croft Farm Meats
Products: Geese, Ham, Beef, Lamb, Vegetables, Fruit
Town: Carlisle Approx Distance:
If you are a Soil Association organically certified licence holder and you'd like your business to be listed in our Christmas 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.
Organic turkey from Sheepdrove
Seven steps to an
Wear green this winter
Almost a quarter of all the world’s insecticides and 10% of pesticides are sprayed on cotton, but with many high street retailers now stocking organic, it’s easier than ever to go green.
Opt for organic wine and not only will you be supporting a natural system of farming, you’ll also be consuming less sulphur - which appears to lessen the chances of a hangover.
Eating organically means you can avoid consuming pesticide residues, GM ingredients or unnecessary food additives. Over 300 pesticides are routinely used in non-organic farming compared to only six allowed under Soil Association organic standards.
Ten million turkeys are sold in the UK each year, and of these, 90% are reared intensively. If you want to be sure that yours 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.
Be a natural beauty
Your skin is the largest organ of your body and the impact from the daily cocktail of substances that we put on it is only just beginning to be understood. Soil Association beauty products guarantee the strictest standards for organic purity and integrity.
Get to know your neighbours
Make it your New Year’s resolution to join a buying group or Community Supported Agriculture project. By getting together in a group, people can buy in bulk directly from farmers and receive fresh organic produce at a lower price, whilst farmers receive a secure market and fairer income.
Avoid the Christmas crush
Reconnect with the people who grow, make and supply your food by shopping at a local farmers’ market or farm shop. Not only do you get to avoid the queues, you support the local economy too.