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uk Knitsley Farm Shop"Edward and Rachael Jewson and a brilliant team produce beef and lamb on the farm, which is expertly hung and butchered in the farm shop butchery, " says Rita.
"There's a pretty café serving really tasty home-cooked dishes.
"The converted farm buildings around a courtyard make a very attractive setting for selling the farm's own beef and lamb, home-cooked products for the bakery, delicatessen and cafe."The Organic Farm Shop"Run by Hilary Chester-Master and a fabulous team who really love making people feel welcome," says Rita, "They aim to offer good value for money.
The organic farm grows fruit and veg, produces beef and milk, cheese, yogurt and butter.
"The takeaway sandwiches are absolutely enormous, and have some great fillings."Drewton's"A lovely, friendly farm shop with its own café and private dining area," says James.
"Great meat and game, fantastic, award-winning steak pies, a well-stocked cheese counter, and regular outdoor events in the courtyard."Bashall Barn Clitheroe's Bashall Barn calls itself a "Food Visitor Centre" because in 10 years it has grown from a small outfit into a large farm shop with a coffee shop, ice-cream parlour and award-winning restaurant, with Bowland Brewery next door.
"Head butcher Nigel Duffy and his team sell beef from its own herd of South Devon cattle, also known as 'orange elephants'."Le Langhe"An absolute must for any foodie visiting York.
The vegetables are picked daily, the meat is home-reared and there is home-baked bread and local and regional foods, wine and cider.
"The experienced team sells regional cheeses, home baking and many English wines."Delifonseca"A recent and very welcome addition to the foodie scene in Liverpool, Delifonseca has branches in the city centre and at the docks," says James.
"It describe them as 'modern versions of traditional European delicatessens', and with the wide variety of stock, it's a claim they live up to."Fodder"Just fab – selling all that's great and good from God's own county! "Run and championed by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society, and acting as a shop window for local farmers and producers, Fodder is Britain's first charitable food hall: all profits are reinvested to benefit the local community."Sunderlandwick Estate Farm Shop"This sells a wide selection of East Yorkshire artisan produce," says James.
A converted barn houses a stylish café/restaurant, and there's a big children's play area."Beadlam Grange Farm Shop"A proper farm shop on a working farm, run by Mark and Jenny Rooke, who pride themselves on selling local produce including meat from their farm and smoked fish from the nearby Yoadwath Mill Trout Farm," says James.
The Yorkshire Farm Shop, Castle Howard"Set in the spectacular surroundings of Castle Howard, a farm shop with an excellent butcher's counter," says James.