You often ask us 'have you got a stockist near me?'. If you live in our lovely Dorset and South Somerset homeland - we probably do! Here's a list of our stockists by county with links to their websites which will tell you exactly where they are and how to get there. We recommend clicking on the link and giving the shop a call to make sure they have what you want in stock. We only deal with lovely, friendly people so they're sure to be helpful! If there's anything else you need to know you're always welcome to email us at


Felicity's Farm Shop An emporium full of top local producers including bread from Rise, smoked fish from Hix, fresh Lyme Bay fish, jams from Bunnies Love and a great selection of ciders. Felicity's is right on the A35 about half a mile outside Chideock heading toward Axminster. We love going there to get our favourite Rummo pasta and speciality goodies like their amazing Sicilan filled cannoli!

Washingpool Farm Shop Less than a mile from the centre of our local town Bridport, up on the hill with sweeping panoramic views that take in Lewesdon, Eggardon and the sea sits Washingpool Farm with its campsite, holiday cottages and shop. The farm has been supplying Bridport with excellent fresh vegetables for many years and you'll still find their produce at the market each Saturday. Venture up to the farm shop for a very Dorset-focused range of produce from cider to - us! Their popular cafe's kitchen makes cakes, soups and quiches to take home. They sell their own and local meat, Dorset cheese and charcuterie, chocolate, cereals, coffee, tea, preserves and more. We're very proud to be stocked by the Holland family and their great crew and we owe them such a debt for their support from when we first started back in 2006. Yes - that long ago!


The Trading Post Named the Harvey Nicks of Somerset Kate Forbes' shop is like an Aladdin's Cave of local produce and gorgeous gastronomic gifts from around the world. We always take a superb local Scotch Egg for a picnic on the way home. Try the marmalade version! You'll find a great selection of speciality ingredients for all kinds of home cooking from Italian to Thai as well as Yorkshire pasta, Somerset-made chilled meals for two and fabulous cheese and chocolate counters. We love Kate's selection of Le Petit Grec biscuits - the ultimate with-coffee crumbles - and Fabbri Amarena cherries in syrup for gifting. Next door is the highly popular Pip's railway-carriage restaurant making The Trading Post a real destination on the old A303 close to South Petherton.


Just outside Exeter on the Sidmouth Road past Westpoint showground is a showground of food - Greendale Farm Shop. It's huge. But don't worry there's a highly popular cafe-restaurant for weary visitors to take the weight off their shopping. Another high point is the exceptional fish counter with fresh Brixham-landed fish caught by Greendale's own boats. Here you'll also find tanks with live lobsters and crabs. Across the food hall is the vast butchery counter. You'll also find a huge selection of storecupboard goods (that's us - we also make Greendale's own seasonings), a greengrocery and a deli counter. Greendale has a great following for its fish and chip evenings and has foodie events all year round. Don't be surprised - it gets busy!

The Cider Press Centre food hall at Dartington A great selection of Devon food and drink - though they kindly allowed us Dorset-folk in! - the Cider Press Centre is surrounded by shops and a cafe-restaurant making a great browsing destination.