Suppliers of sustainable and local food

Here is the start of a list of suppliers of sustainable and local food recommended by members of the Climate Action group. If you know of anywhere else please get in touch.

Many of these suppliers welcome you taking your own containers to reduce the number of plastic and paper bags used.

Several members of the group have found the book ‘How bad are bananas?‘ by Mike Berners-Lee useful in deciding what to buy. Read a review of the book written by Simon.

Local suppliers

(within a 15 mile radius of Stokesley)

Botton Village shop and cafe – currently closed due to Covid restrictions

D.A. Grainge, Stokesley – veg and fruit; including some local

Danby Health Shop – groceries, fruit and veg; including some local

Larchfield Community shop and cafe – produce from Larchfield

Fletcher’s Farm Shop, Little Ayton – groceries, fruit and veg; including some local

McMahons Greengrocers, Stokesley – veg and fruit; including some local

Only Weigh Out, Stokesley – groceries, including some local; plastic free shopping

Petch Butchers – supplies local game and honey

Roots Farm Shop, East Rounton – groceries, fruit and veg; including some local

Rounton Coffee Roasters – local coffee roasters

Seasonal Salads – locally produced salads

Stokesley Butchers – supplies local meat and game

Stokesley Farmers’ Market – selection of local food and drink producers

Stokesley Market – fruit, veg, cheese, meat; including some local

National suppliers

BrewDog – beer available in supermarkets/online, recommended by M Berners-Lee

Ethical Superstore – wide range of food and other items available online

Hodmedods – sources and supplies beans, pulses and grains from British farms

Planet Organic – wide range of food and other items available online

Real Foods – wide range of food available online

Riverford – organic fruit/veg/meat/fish boxes delivered in Stokesley area

Shop Zero – wide range of food and other items available online

The BIB wine company – wine in recyclable boxes from regenerative vineyards

Wreford Farm – regenerative farm, mail order/Stokesley Farmers’ Market

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