|Address||Anhregion , Beddgelert, LL55 4YB|
|Telephone||01766 890 821|
John Williams started making toffee in 2004 following a visit to a spring trade show in Birmingham where he made contacts with the international company Calico Cottage. The company provides the ready mix and John then adds flavourings to the mixture. By now John has 20 different flavourings e.g. chocolate orange, ginger, caramel, mint amaretto, coffee, nuts, rum and raisin. He was brought up in Nant Gwynant and gave up farming when he took over the shop with his wife Debbie in 2002.
Selling Location: Gelert Gift Shop, Beddgelert.
|Telephone||01248 605 289|
An unique new ILM project wich offers long term the unemployed people a chance to gain new skills and expericeince in an organic sourdough bread bakery. The project is managed by Nacro and is aimed at providing employment experience/training form people who have barriers to employment or are economically inactive. The project has developed links with local businesses who can provide additional placement opportunities for participants. Becws Pesda is a great opportunity for people to gain new skills wilst working in a traditional bakery.
|Address||Parc Busnes, Y Bala, LL23 7NL|
|Telephone||01678 520 126|
Manufacturers of American style muffins, fruit pies and sweet baked desserts.
|Address||Stryd Madog, Porthmadog, LL49 9DB|
|Telephone||01777 515 571|
The Purple Moose Brewery is a ’10-Barrel’ micro-brewery based in Porthmadog. Brewing commenced in June 2005 and now takes place several times each week. Great care is taken to ensure that every pint is the perfect pint – created with the finest ingredients through the time-honoured methods of mashing, boiling, fermenting and conditioning.
The Purple Moose Brewery was first conceived in the late summer of 1995, a name devised by Lawrence Washington to adorn the bottle labels for his new hobby of home-brewing. Although the 5 gallon operation was based in his house in Cheltenham, the brewery name had been thought up during a weekend carrying out voluntary work on the Ffestiniog Railway in North Wales. The choice of name was obvious. Purple is Lawrence's favourite colour, and moose, well, everyone loves moose, just some more than others!
|Address||3 Pen y Bonc, Cyttir Lane, Bangor, LL57 4DB|
|Telephone||01248 361 576|
½ hectare smallholding comprises of fruit and vegetable growing areas.
|Address||Goetre Isaf, Caerdeon, Bermo, LL42 1DZ|
Husband and wife team Karen and David Collett established the business Goetre Farm Preserves in 2004. Both are experienced caterers, David spending his whole working career in the trade, employed locally in the mid 80s as head chef at a well respected hotel and before that five years cooking aboard a luxury liner, cruising in far off places. Karen is a trained patisserie and also well experienced in all aspects of the hotel and restaurant trade. Goetre Farm Preserves is an authentic farmhouse kitchen, producing both traditional and creative recipes. They source as many ingredients locally as possible, from apples plums and berries, to other vegetables and fruit grown in the surrounding vicinity.
Selling Locations: Local shops and delis throughout North Wales e.g. Popty’r Dref, Dolgallau, Harlech & Phortmadog. Food Festivals & shows including The Royal Welsh Show , Farmers Markets.
|Address||Parc Bwyd Amaeth, Llanystimdwy, Criccieth, LL52 0LJ|
|Telephone||01766 523 391|
Cadwaladers Ice Cream was started by husband and wife team David and Hannah when they built and opened the shop in Castle Street, Criccieth back in 1927.
Cadwaladers manufacture a super premium dairy ice cream using when possible local ingredients.
Selling Locations: Cafe at Criccieth, Porthmadog, Pwllheli, Betws-y-Coed. Llandudno. Portmeirion, Mermaids Quey & Red Dragon Centre - Cardiff Bay, St David's 2 - Cardiff, Trentham Gardens- North Staffordshire.
|Address||Stryd Fawr, Pwllheli|
Eric and Sivian Pritchard started the bakery in Penygroes as a family business and then moved to Pwllheli. This business has been in Pwllheli for 50 years by now backing bread, cakes and their own roast meat with a cafe and a shop.
Selling Locations: Gwalia, Pwllheli. Bodegroes Hotel, Efailnewydd. Vic Hotel Llithfaen.
|Address||10 Y Maes, Pwllheli, LL53 5HD|
|Telephone||01758 614 980|
Calon Lân was established in 2006. No ordinary food is our motto. If i'ts average or common, we will not sell it, if we can't find what we're looking for, we'll invent it. Calon Lân wants to bring you healthy, different and above all good tasting food. Twca and our pesto is made from top quality ingredients. Dunk some bread in oil, dip into a bowl of Twca and get ready for the dipping sensation. Or use as a spicy rub or delicious seasoning on salads and pasta. Or use our pesto to transform a common meal.
Selling Locations: Y Bwtri, Porthmadog + Pwllheli
|Address||Pennant Mawr, Nasareth, Caernarfon, LL54 6DT|
|Telephone||01286 881 597|
Eluned Owen produces fruit cakes and loaves, mince pies, Christmas cakes, gingerbread, eccles cakes, jams, marmalades and chutneys. Every effort is made to use local fruit and vegetables. Eluned had an interest in cooking for many years and learnt the craft mostly from her mother. She worked as a cook and housekeeper for the Lord Aberconwy’s brother in Llanrwst for 12 years. She then moved to Rhosgadfan and has settled in Nebo for the last 10 years. She started this business as an income to supplement her pension.
Selling Locations: Pantri Cymraeg, Caernarfon. Fron Goch Cafe, Caernarfon. Cwrt Cafe, Cricieth. Siop y Llan, Eglwysbach. Menai Bridge Farmers Market. Shows & Christmas Fairs.
|Address||Bryn Gwylan, Waunfawr, Caernarfon, LL55 4YS|
|Telephone||01286 650 673|
Organic (UK51) beef and lamb available in a box to be collected from the farm. Please ring for details.
|Address||Hafon y Wern, Penrhyndeudraeth, LL48 6LY|
The Welsh lambs graze on the saltings of the Dwyryd estuary, on the Traeth Bach, Penhyndeudraeth (to Portmeirion). Here the daily tide and sea flood the pastures and the lambs graze the variety of unusual plants full of nutrients and feed on special minerals including Omega 3, from the saltings to give a subtle and unique flavour to the meat. The different vegetation of these pastures create meat of tender texture, moist and lighter than usual to give a superb eating experience. Traceability is maintained throughout the production process. The Welsh Organic Scheme has licensed that the produce of this farm is organic. In France salt marsh lamb, l'agneau pré-salé, is acknowledged as an unique, delicacy and popular in restaurants and shops of quality
Selling Locations: July - October: Cig Porthmadog. 120A High Street, Porthmadog, Gwynedd, LL49 9NW 07876 770 102 + E D Jones, Rhiniog, High Street, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd, LL48 6BN 01766 770 239 + Dafydd Edwards a’i Feibion, 27 High Street, Blaenau Ffestiniog Gwynedd, LL41 3AA 01766 830 843 + Tyddyn Mawr Uchaf Meats, Dolbenmaen, Gwynedd, LL51 9HZ 01766 530 482
|Address||Erw Faethlon, Cwm Maethion, Tywyn|
|Telephone||01654 710 405|
Catering company providing Welsh lamb and beef products - and selling them in a range of events across Wales. We provide burgers and roast lamb and beef of the highest quality.
|Address||Encil, 6 Glanrhyd, Dinas|
|Telephone||01286 831 107|
Dionne was born in Deiniolen, she is now settled in Dinas, Llanwnda with her husband Gwyn and her mischevious cat Bela. She spends much of her free time baking cakes for her family and friends. After a lot of persuading by her friend Lucy, she finally decided to open her own business. Ciwt Cup cakes was established in May 2010. Dionne works full time for Siemens in Llanberis, but she hopes to build her buisiness so that she can work part time, and concentrate on her cakes.
Selling Locations: We offer local delivery to your door, with gift boxes and display stand also available.
|Address||Blaen-y-Ddol, Edern, Pwllheli|
|Telephone||01785 720 656|
We hope to supply lobster, crab, whelks & scampi caught locally by our members and since the formation of the Welsh Federation of Fishermen's Assocation we will have all year availability.
|Address||Hendre Penprys, Pentre Uchaf , Pwllheli, LL53 8EZ|
|Telephone||01758 750 306|
Free range eggs and chicken, turkey, beef, pork, lamb, goat, speciality sausages, dry cure bacon.
Selling Locations: Sold from the farm gate (please phone first)
|Address||Dwyfor Coffee Company, Parc Dwyfor, Lon Dewi Sant, Nefyn, LL53 6EG|
|Telephone||01758 720 969|
Wholesaler which serves over 300 beverage and condiment products which include fair trade products, tea, coffees, juices, biscuits and cakes.
Selling Locations: Talfafon Londis Abersoch. Spar Pwllheli. Y Bwtri, Pwllheli. Pwllheli and Abersoch Cafes. email@example.com.
|Address||Ty Cerrig, Ganllwyd, Dolgellau, LL40 2TN|
Quality dark and light honey is produced.
Carys Wyn Edwards has an interest in honey since she was very young and had her first honey hive when she was 15 years old. The interest started by spending time with her Uncle Robat Edwards (Uncle Bob) and as he became older Carys took over the business. The business has grown by now and she has a number of hives. She had a great success by competing in the Royal Welsh show and the Meirionnydd County show. She was the champion in each of the Royal Welsh classes in 2009.
|Address||Cartref Amaeth, Dolgellau, Gwynedd, LL57 4HN|
Natural Spring Water from Dinas Mawddwy - Dŵr Cerist was established in 1989 on Llawr Cae Farm Dinas Mawddwy. Dŵr Cerist became recognised as an official source of mineral water by the European Union. It is especially pure – only 19mg of dissolved material in each litre of water. It is low in sodium and has many other advantages for health. In 2007 the charity known as Agoriad took over the water works as a social business which crates work opportunities to individuals with disabilities. Up to today seven persons take part in running the business day to day.
|Address||Gwredog, Waunfawr, LL54 7AX|
|Telephone||01286 650 055|
Mrs Evelyn Myfanwy Williams started the business 8 years ago. Water tests were made on the farm and it was realised that the water was pure and as a result it was bottled for selling. Evelyn already had a background in business with her wool shops in Holyhead and Bangor and her husband was farming. They have invested in equipment and a new shed by the well of artesian water on Gwredog farm. By now Evelyn rents out the farm land.
Selling Locations: Highland Railway Shops + North Wales
|Address||1 Bryn Hafan, Ffordd Caernarfon, Pwllheli, LL53 5LG|
|Telephone||01758 613 618|
The Eboni ac Eifori enterprise was set up by Matthew Robertson after he left University, and now in London training as a Chartered Accountant... Matthew’s father, Andrew Robertson, found himself redundant and picked up the fledging business at the beginning of 2010. A variety of fudge is produced e.g. vanilla, ginger, chocolate, rum & raisin.
Sekking Locations: Spar stores north Wales (Pwllheli, Abersoch, Blaenau a Dolgellau). Hootons Anglesey. Fron Goch, Caernarfon. Rhug Farm, Corwen. Iechyd Da, Betws-y-coed. Y Bwtri , Porthmadog and Pwllheli. Siop Newydd, Criccieth. Also there are stockists in Aberdyfi, Llandudno and Biwmares.
|Address||Llanfrothen , Penrhyndeudraeth, LL48 6DU|
|Telephone||01766 770 399|
Organic Scottish Highland, Welsh black, Galloway or Aberdeen Angus box beef scheme. Also organic lamb and GM free pork boxes.
|Address||16 Sgwar y Capel, Aberdyfi, Gwynedd, LL35 0EL|
|Telephone||01654 767 875|
Gill Reacord enjoyed working in the catering business. With having been a chef for many years, she knows what the customer needs. Fishmonger, wholesale/retail with a buyers licence to buy direct from local day fishing boats. They sell fish, shellfish and smoked fish.
Selling Locations: They offer door to door service for the retail customers, covering Corwen, Harlech, Aberystwyth, Machynlleth, Welshpool, Newtown and Builth Wells. They supply many award wining restaurants and chefs throughout Wales.
|Address||Uned 21, Parc Busnes, Y Bala, LL23 7NL|
|Telephone||01678 521 280|
Chocolate, Fudge, Preserves, Biscuits and Non Alcoholic Punch. - Steve Valentine left collage in 1976 and thought it was a good idea at the time to establish a confectioners business. The company designs and manufacturers exclusive gift confectionery which is based in Bala for the last 23 years. They supply both major retailers and private businesses throughout the country.
Suppliers of gift confectionery to the UK retail industry.
|Address||Pendre Industrial Estate, Tywyn, LL36 9LW|
|Telephone||01654 711 171|
The UK's leading designer and manufacturer of specialist snack bars. The bars include: cereal, low fat, high energy, low calorie, high fibre, protein, meal replacement, functional, nutraceutical. Our customers include high street retailers, major food companies.
|Address||Food Park, Llanystimdwy, Criccieth, LL52 0LJ|
|Telephone||01766 810 862|
Wholesaler & distributer to all catering outlets in North Wales. An extensive range of frozen, dry & chilled grocery, cleaning & disposable materials. Plus impulse ice cream to the retail & leisure sector.
|Address||Rhydygwystl, Y Ffor, Pwllheli, LL53 6SB|
|Telephone||01766 810 251|
South Caernarfon Creameries is Wales' leading farmer owned dairy co-operative which now has nearly 170 member farmers. The co-operative was established in 1938 and today manufactures 10,500 tonnes of cheese and processes another 12 million litres of milk through the dairy per annum. We supply a range of high quality dairy products including cheese, milk, butter, cream and buttermilk.
Selling Location: Londis Abersoch, Londis Llanbedrog, Spar Abersoch, Spar Pwllheli, Asda Pwllheli, Co –op Pwllheli, Londis Pwllheli.
|Address||Bodwylan, Llwyngwril, Tywyn, LL37 2QW|
|Telephone||01341 250 874|
Of Welsh parentage, Jenny Carpenter returned to her roots to bring up her family, running a large B&B and then working as an experienced cook and chef, for the Foreign Office and then the Minffordd Hotel, winning the Taste of Wales award and Mid Wales Cook of the Year title and appearing in the Good Food Guide. She is now helping to promote good food, locally produced in a sustainably-managed way.
Selling Location: Porthmadog Market – every Friday. Dolgellau Country Market, The Free Library (behind HSBC), Every Thursday 9.00am – 11.45am.
|Address||Llwyncrwn, Trawsfynydd, Gwynedd, LL41 4TN|
|Telephone||01766 540 364|
Sue and David Beasley run a Shetland Pony stud at Trawsfynydd and when not looking after the farm, they produce vegetables, fruit and plants for Dolgellau Country Market. Sue also makes soft toys and patchwork, and David recycles old roofing slates into slate planters.
Selling Locations : Dolgellau Country Market, The Free Library (behind HSBC), Every Thursday 9.00am – 11.45am.
|Address||10 Waen y Pandy, Tregarth , Bangor|
|Telephone||01248 602 479|
Naturally grown vegetables, no artificial fertilizer or pest control used. 3 acres of varied field-sowed crops including salad leaves, peas and beans, carrots, beetroot and parsnips, onions, garlic potatoes etc. Seeking to supply local consumers with fresh produce.
|Address||Penffordd y Crymwyr, Llwyngwril, Tywyn, LL37 2JP|
|Telephone||01341 256 056|
For nearly 30 years Margaret Smyth plus her Welsh-speaking husband and children had a holiday business in Llwyngwril offering dinner, bed and breakfast and holiday cottages as well as running an organic market garden and 200 free-range hens. She won Mid Wales Cook of the Year title in 1994 and the Taste of Wales Award in 2000. Margaret has been a member of Dolgellau Country Market since 1990; she uses a lot of organic ingredients and makes many items for special diets.
Selling Locations: Porthmadog Market – every Friday Dolgellau Country Market, The Free Library (behind HSBC), Every Thursday 9.00am – 11.45am, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Address||Ffordd Tan y Bwlch, Llanllechid, Bangor, LL57 3HU|
|Telephone||01248 600 517|
Cae Groes Bakery is situated on the outskirts of Snowdonia National Park near Bethesda. The business was established in the early 1900s, and is now run by a third generation of the same family. Gwyn and Marian Williams have continued with the tradition of baking quality traditional baking products, and have expanded the business significantly over the years to supply shops across North Wales and providing a wholesale service
|Address||Lleuar Fawr , Llanllyfni, Penygroes, LL54 6ST|
|Telephone||01286 660 268|
Anwen and Wil farm sheep and beef cattle, and provide Bed & Breakfast accommodation for visitors. During the fuel protest in the year 2000 they registered their kitchen with the Council and started baking cakes for the Dinas Dinlle cafe as a first step and developed the business to supply others. By now they are catering for funeral teas, birthday parties and special occasions. It continues as a family business with Anwen working full time with the help of her family with deliveries during busy times.
Selling Locations: A & D Griffiths, Penygroes. Gwalia Garage, Penygroes. Londis, Penygroes. Londis, Bethesda. Inigo Jones, Groeslon. Llanberis Slate Museum. Glynllifon Country Park. Bryncir Animal Market.
|Address||Outer Harbour, Pwllheli, LL53 5AY|
|Telephone||01758 614 615|
We supply the finest products available on the Market which includes fish and shellfish (fresh and frozen), Game, Poultry, Specialist Foods, Terrines and Pates, Orientals, Chocolates, Olives, capers and mayonnaise, oils and vinegars, smoked meats and fish.
|Address||Siop y Gornel, 21 Stryd Tegid, Bala, LL23 7EH|
|Address||1 Marian Mawr, Dolgellau, LL40 1UU|
|Telephone||01341 423 962|
Welsh Pantry has over 20 years experience in supplying the retail trade with the finest range of gifts from Wales for holiday makers to enjoy here and at home including mouth watering honeys, liqueur preserves, confectionery, biscuits, rock and novelties.
|Address||Penrhynydyn, Rhydyclafdy, Pwllheli, LL53 8TW|
|Telephone||01758 740 817|
Bacon and pork products of superior quality. - Huw & Carys Griffith, Traed Moch pigs are born and reared at home, fed with the grain and best root vegetables, grown at home. The piglets wean themselves from the sows naturally in their own time. They then spend the rest of their lives roaming and rooting and being fed the grain that is especially grown for them.
Selling Locations: Spar Abersoch, Londis Llanbedrog, Efailnewydd Shop, Morfa Nefyn Post Office.
|Address||Plas Baladeulyn, Nantlle, Caernarfon, LL54 6BW|
Naturally grown produce: Vegetables, potatoes and some fruit available all year round. Trigonos' produce is available from the farm gate (open 9-16 Monday to Friday, 9-1 on the weekend), in a box scheme run by the community group Llysiau Lleu, and in Tri.
|Address||Ty'n Cae Newydd, Waunfawr, LL55 4BX|
|Telephone||01286 650 369|
Inspired by the increasing interest in fresh, local produce Village Veg has evolved from their desire to grow their own. They grow around 40 varieties of vegetables to offer to the local community in the form of a seasonal weekly veg box.
The veg boxes are available in different sixes to suit different households. They are also offering a range of local products, these include eggs, homemade cakes plus jams and chutneys supplied by Antur Waunfawr.
|Address||Bryn, Y Ffor, Pwllheli, LL53 6RL|
|Telephone||01766 810 469|
Welsh Lady Preserves was established in 1966 by Dio and Marion Jones. Their son John joined the company in 1995, therefore it continues as a family business. Dio’s first product was Lemon Curd, next came jams, marmalade, jellies, chutneys, sauces and mustards
Selling Locations: Ffynnon Cafe, Nefyn. Gwalia, Pwllheli. Glasfryn Farm Shop, Y Ffor. Organig Park, Llihfaen.
|Address||Tir Bach, Llaniestyn, Pwllheli, LL53 8PS|
Barn and free range eggs available all year round from the farm gate. Glyn and Teleri Jones have family milk farm of 120 acres. The egg business was established 10 years ago with 5,500 hens. Selling Locations: Talafon Londis, Abersoch. Abersoch Cafe. Y Bwtri/Deli, Abersoch. Neigwl Hotel, Abersoch. Bwydlyn, Pwllheli. Y Bwtri, Pwllheli. Gwalia, Pwllheli. Taro Deg, Pwllheli.
|Address||5 Ty Gwyn, Trawsfynydd, LL41 4RW|
|Telephone||01766 540 513|
Cakes and puddings of every kind are produced e.g. Small cakes/muffins, sponges, scones, flapjacks, fruit cakes, crumble and savoury foods such as quiches and pies. On 31 May 2010 Ceri took over the former business 'Cegin Mam' and renamed is 'Y Becws'. As her job in transporting ended she studied for a degree in Social Health and Care. Starting her own business would be more convenient to control her own time with her children. She also enjoys cooking and baking very much.
Selling Location: Supplies Dolgellau and Blaenau Ffestiniog Euro Spar, Mccolls Blaenau, Tremadog and Trawsfynydd, Gellilydan Caravan park, Oakley Arms and Coed y Brenin
|Address||Ynysgyffylog, Arthog, Dolgellau, LL39 1BQ|
Sue and Jim moved to Arthog in 2005 and their first litter of eight pigs cleared the ground. They breed and raise their herd naturally and the meat is butchered and cured on the farm where they also make a range of pork sausages. Their hens and ducks roam freely. No sprays or fertilisers are used on the land and the livestock are fed on GM-free food. Sue and Jim sell at the farm gate, at local markets and supply many hotels, cafes.
Selling Locations: Porthmadog Market – every Friday, Machynlleth Market – every Wednesday, Dolgellau Farmers Market on the 3rd Sunday every month, Dolgellau Country Market, The Free Library (behind HSBC), Every Thursday 9.00am – 11.45am.
|Address||Nantmor, Beddgelert, Gwynedd, LL55 4YG|
Mushrooms - Cynan Jones established the business as a research project for 3 years and has been marketing since 2 years. First class exotic mushrooms are produced for hotels and best delicatessen in Wales e.g. fresh gourmet mushrooms - shiitake, oysters and chestnut, edible mushrooms which grow wild in Snowdonia and gourmet dried mushrooms which have been pickled.