Kernow Churros sells freshly made delicious Churros (which is based on a Spanish fritter dish). Most countries, cities & towns have their own versions of Churros, our version we like to describe as “A Spanish dish with a Cornish twist!” After
Bosue Vineyard sell a range of award-winning wines, produced from their own grapes grown in Cornwall. Sparkling wines won silver and bronze medals in the English Wine of the Year Competition 2014, and are a popular wine for Christmas and
Graham Barratt has been trading at Truro Farmers Market for 10 years and can be found manning his stall on both Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Heather Bell Honey Bees are professional bee keepers and bee breeders with a long established business and are members of the U.K. Bee Farmers Association.
Kel nans is Cornish for hidden valley – appropriate for the beautiful setting which Kelnan Plants enjoys near Penzance. Chris Osborne and his mother Fay specialise in South African plants, for which they have won several RHS gold medals.
These delicious curry sauces are made from secret recipes, handed down through five generations. June began by cooking her family’s signature dishes for friends, before opening Ruby Murries in St Ives, a popular Indian Takeaway.
The Cornish Olive Stall has been selling olives in Cornwall for many years now: Chris Hughes currently run’s the business from a unit near St Austell, in Cornwall.
This small family business was set up by Chris Bean, who spent over 30 years as a fisherman and fishing advisor to the United Nations World Food Programme.
Elemental is hand-crafted in small batches, using a traditional copper-headed still. The blend of exotic botanicals is key (they include Juniper berries from Italy and Croatia, Orris Root from Morocco and Coriander Seed from Spain) and the exact recipe is
The Cornish Mill and Bakehouse is a flourishing family enterprise. The farm grows and mills its own flour to produce an amazing range of bread, pasties, cakes and biscuits.