All Jams, Preserves & Honey

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    Waterhouse Fayre

    When Ann Stallard began making homemade jam in her kitchen back in January 2004 from home grown produce, she could not have envisaged where those early days would lead. Initially a creative way to make use of surplus home grown raspberries, Waterhouse Fayre preserves can now be found throughout the read more

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    Quince Honey Farm

    Now one of Britain’s leading honey farms Quince Honey Farm is family run and first established in 1949 by George Wallace with 2 hives of bees, an inexorable work ethic and a wild dream. A fiery Scotsman, George served in the paratroop regiment during WW2 and after the war served read more

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    Cranfileds Foods

    All our marmalades are 100% handmade from fresh fruit, simmered until the peel is soft before boiling to a set with sugar. In our opinion, this is the only way to make a good marmalade. The sharpness and clarity of the fruit shines through. Our hand cut Marmalades have gone read more

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    Bumblee’s Preserves

    Bumblee’s Preserves are made by me in my Somerset kitchen, not a factory. Using as much home grown and locally sourced produce as possible. Every one of my preserves is produced the traditional way, small batches in a maslin pan; ensuring that the finished item is full of flavour and read more

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    Brendon Hill Crafts

    Brendon Hill Crafts was founded over 30 years ago, by Liz & David Jessup, as a cottage industry on the eastern edge of Exmoor, and close to the iron ore mine which we use as a logo on our labels. The business originally produced fudge, truffles and home-made preserves, although read more