Fresh produce, local food, all available online and delivered straight to your door.
When we started making our homemade preserves in our kitchen, little did we know that they would become a nutritious hit! We’re all about using local produce to create delicious, healthy locally sourced jams, chutneys, and preserves. These delicious sugary conserves and savoury condiments make the perfect accompaniments to other local food on offer at our farm shop. Whether you’re looking for something to give your stews a kick, something to pack a punch in your lunchtime sandwich or a sticky-sweet glue for your freshly baked sponge, we’ve got something for you.
So, what exactly do we mean by local food?
Most of the produce that goes into our mouth-watering jars is either home-grown, locally sourced, or foraged from Pembrokeshire hedgerows. The majority of the produce you buy from us is local to our immediate surroundings, giving you a true taste of North Pembrokeshire. Take our popular Blackcurrant jam. These juicy blackcurrants are picked in the fields surrounding The Paddock Farm Shop and put directly into jars, meaning they’ve only travelled a few metres to become fresh local food on your plate.
Our selection of preserves ranges from traditional jams and chutneys to some more exotic flavours such as our rich Meditteranean chutney, perfect with a strong cheese and some olive bread, or our sought-after, award-winning, spicy chilli jam. But don’t worry, if you like a good, punchy citrus marmalade on your toast in the morning, we’ve got you covered with traditional, local food – take a look at our succulent Lemon & Lime Marmalade as a tangy alternative with your tea…
What makes our local food different?
Just that…it’s local produce grown, cooked, and preserved by local people and sold locally for an authentic taste of this beautiful, fertile landscape. But don’t take our word for it, order your preserves online today and taste it for yourselves…
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