See below all the fantastic producers selling their goods via our online farmers market. If you want to talk to us about selling through our marketplace, email hello@goodfoodexeter.co.uk

Our Producers

Peter from Blackaller Bees produces high quality wildflower Honey from hives on the edge of Dartmoor.

Springwater Farm is run by Jason Greenway and Amelia Millman who both share a passion for the countryside. Jason and Amelia believe in selling you the best quality produce and ensure all their animals are reared to the highest standards

Living Soil Garden is a regenerative no-dig market garden in Pinhoe. Flavia and Dario focus on growing salad vegetables and micro-greens naturally – without the use of chemicals, tillage, nor fossil-fuels. Their practices are aimed at regenerating soil and establishing a biodiverse & ecologically resilient landscape.

Forest Fungi grow award winning mushrooms in Devon on sawdust and rye blocks which are registered organic. The purity and freshness that this gives our mushrooms is what makes us a truly unique grower.

The Sidwell Street Bakehouse specialises in sourdough and breads and treats using stoneground organic flours. We make great quality, real bread more accessible to everyone in Exeter.

Oxen Farm Park is a small organic and biodynamic farm in south Devon producing vegetables, meat and cider in harmony with nature. It is also the home of @onthehilldevon education project.

Louisa and her husband are behind Pesto. They make home baked fresh Italian food, cooked to perfection in St Thomas. From lasagna to meatballs and delicious sauces made with the freshest local ingredients, there is something for everyone.

Martin and Jane at Little Bowhay sell an artisanal range of juice, chutney, marmalade and pickle made from their own produce as well as local and ethically sourced ingredients.

Fresh Flour flour is made from 100% naturally grown non-synthetic, South Devon grown population wheat. We call it ‘alive’ as it is so fresh and full of beneficial probiotic flora. It’s also as Fresh as it gets: stone ground and bagged the day before it reaches your pantry.

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Jenny founded Sage Green Growing Co., a social enterprise providing social and therapeutic benefits to the local communities through growing food. She grows fruit and vegetables using organic methods in the beautiful walled garden at Powderham Castle.

Since 2004, Kim and Steve from Exe Coffee Roasters have been building a reputation for making good coffee. 

They roast quality beans from small farmers in their shop in Exeter, ensuring every cup is ethical and tasty.

Daniel at Crock and Cole ferments organic vegetables in small batches in traditional ceramic crocks in Totnes, Devon.

Mark and Naomi from Challacombe Farm on Dartmoor produce very high welfare ‘Pasture-fed’ beef and lamb, whilst conserving and enhancing the wildlife, landscape and archaeology that makes it such a special place.

Paloma at The Tiny Marmalade Company produces organic, fair-trade and original jams that are lovingly preserved in tiny jars. She sources ingredients locally and makes her produce in small batches in Exeter.

Martinsfield Farm is an organic farm located in Broadclyst. Heather produces fantastic meat from outdoor reared sheep and beef.

Curworthy Cheese has been making cheeses at Stockbeare Farm situated in the mid Devon countryside under the shadow of Dartmoor, using milk sourced from local dairy farmers in the area and delivered overnight and pasteurised the next morning to make award winning  cheese. 

Artisan cheese makers Dave and Marilyn Johnson run Norsworthy Dairy Goats in the heart of Devon’s beautiful countryside . They make a variety of cheeses from their free range goat herd.

Whippletree Farm runs a small market garden in the Teign Valley, growing fruits, vegetable and herbs using the no-dig method.

Andy set up West Town Farm, a working organic farm producing beef, lamb and pork on edge of Exeter. The farm is part of a Higher Level Stewardship agreement and as such is committed to supporting a rich diversity of wildlife, including voles, owls, rare cirl buntings and skylarks

The Apricot Centre is a social enterprise producing high quality food on our farm at Huxham’s Cross in Dartington South Devon. We gow a wide range of Biodynamic and Organic produce including vegetables, fruit, jams, chutneys, juices and flours.  

Shillingford Organics grow organic vegetables in a small village just three miles from Exeter. Tasty vegetables, salad and herbs are grown on 27 acres and 9 polytunnels by a great team of hardworking people, all year round.

Good Earth Growers are certified organic and aim to produce the healthiest and tastiest nutrient rich vegetables, edible flowers , herbs and fruit whilst treating the earth kindly and preserving it for future generations. 

Gibson’s Plaice Fishmongers is an award winning traditional wet fishmongers selling locally sourced Brixham fish and Exmouth shellfish.