Farm shops in Cambridge

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The 5 best farm shops in Cambridge

When you think of a farm shop, you expect it to be on a farm where they sell local produce and their own farm products. Farm shops have gone urban in an effort selling their products to the broader public and where there is more footfall than on their farm. I am a big supporter of local produce and to shop local so here is my list of the 5 best farm shops in Cambridge and beyond. 

The Gog Farm Shop, Cambridge

This family-owned farm shop opened its doors in 1919. Over the last 14 years, I have seen it grow from strength to strength. Charles came back from his travels and decided to join the family business. Together with his parents and Ollie, they have created a thriving award-winning company, which not only sells farm and deli products but is the local dealer for the Big Green Egg too. Keep an eye out on their social media as they often organise events, including sundowners during the summer. Open 7 days per week. website 

Burwash Larder in Barton

On the west side of Cambridge in the village of Barton, you can find two courtyards farm buildings housing a beautiful collection of shops, a cafe and beauty salon. Burwash Larder is one of the shops here and sells pork and pork products from their own farm herd of Essex Saddlebacks and when in season, asparagus picked from their own bed. Apart from these farm products, they stock an excellent range of delicatessen and bread from the Allotment Cafe. Open 7 days per week. website 

The Country Kitchen in Haslingfield

In the small village of Haslingfield, Liz and a few foodie friends hatched the idea to open a collective farm shop in 2013. They are bringing in their experience for sourcing local products to creating delicious seasonal food, which can be bought in the shop. Apart from local fresh produce, you also find a large selection of gifts and cards, handmade by local artists. Local food and art make a wonderful gift, so why not ask them to put a hamper together. Not open on Sunday. website 

Radmore Farm Shop in Victoria Avenue, Cambridge

One of the urban farm shops in the city centre of Cambridge. Their first shop opened on Victoria Road in 2006 then moved to Chesterton road a few years later, and I have been clients since then. Ben is the farmer and Vicky the baker. They sell pork from their own farm, and the other cuts come from neighbouring farms. Vicky’s bakes are available in the shop and have become very popular. All their products are available online too. Early 2019 they turned the shop around into a no-waste shop so bring your own containers to stock up on products. Bread from the Allotment Cafe available here and open 7 days per week. website 

Cambridge Farmers Outlet in Lensfield Road, Cambridge

This tiny farm shop is situated on one of the busiest roads in the city centre, your eye gets quickly drawn to the colourful display of flowers and plants which are often perched on the pavement. This urban farm shop is a cooperative of 20+ local producers sells seasonal food direct to the public. They are one of the only shops, which sell smoked products of our local smoker Chapel & Swan. Open 7 days per week. website 


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