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  • Chutneys at Truro Farmers Market
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Made in Cornwall

The best of the county of Cornwall

Every county has a number of artisan producers and specialist products which are unique to the area but Cornwall has the advantage of a fantastic natural larder on its doorstep with the abundant rural landscape and rolling waves which surround it. Couple this with a tradition of art and entrepreneurship and a heavy dose of encouragement and investment and suddenly there’s an enviable list of things that are made in Cornwall.

Chutneys at Truro Farmers Market

Little girls eating ice cream

Food sign

Places to buy and sample Cornish Food and Drink

If you’d like to sample or buy something deliciously Cornish then there are a number of places you can look out for whilst on holiday. Check our Attractions in Cornwall page for more details on those offering tours.

Callestick Farm Cornish Dairy Ice Cream

Watch 26 flavours of ice cream being made from fresh milk and Cornish clotted cream. Callestick, Truro.

Camel Valley Vineyard

Award winning Cornish wines, tours available. Camel Valley Ltd, Nanstallon, Bodmin.

Chough Bakery

Award winning pasties and breads. 3 The Strand, Padstow.

Fresh from the Sea

Sustainably caught lobster, crab and fish. 18 New Road, Port Isaac.

Halzephron Herb Farm Shops

Handmade sauces, chutneys, marinades, mayonnaise, dips and dressings. Shops located in Falmouth, Truro, St Ives and The Lizard Peninsula.

Kittow of Fowey

Butchers and deli based in Fowey.

Polgoon Vineyard

Cornish wine and cider makers offering tours of the vineyards at Rosehill Meadow, Penzance. Shop on site.

Portreath Cakes

Freshly baked pasties, savouries and cakes. Shops in Portreath and Lanner or buy online.

Rodda’s Cornish Clotted Cream

A range of dairy produce with an on site shop. AE Rodda & Son, The Creamery, Scorrier, Redruth.

Rowe’s Cornish Bakers 

A Cornish family bakery with sweet and savoury treats available in shops around Cornwall.

St Austell Brewery

Beer and real ales brewed in Cornwall since 1851 with Tribute, Proper Job, Smugglers, Admiral’s Ale, Clouded Yellow, HSD, Dartmoor Best, Trelawny and Korev amongst the favourites. Tours available.

The Thirstea Co

Travelling tea room selling freshly baked homemade cakes and cream teas.

Tregothnan Estate Truro

Fine English tea producers as well as Manuka honey, Kea plum jam and herbal teas.

Treleavans Ice Cream

Over 90 flavours of award winning sorbets and hand made ice cream. Looe.

Trenance Chocolate

Look out for the hand made chocolates in retailers across Cornwall or visit The Chocolate Factory and Craft Centre on the road to Mullion Cove.

Trevilley Farm

Trevilley Farm Produce Boxes delivered to your apartment or holiday cottage for a real taste of Cornwall!

Seafood Stall

Gathering apples for cyder

Pasty

Cornwall companies to look out for in the shops and markets

Cornish produce is actively supported in the county, so look out for some of these names whilst on holiday, or why not take back a truly Cornish holiday memento? You’ll also find some of these products nation-wide:

  • Brian Etherington Meat Company Limited – Locally reared lamb, pork, beef, chicken, game and turkey. Based in Redruth, the company can be seen at various food fairs.
  • Cornish Cheese Co – Award winning Cornish blue cheese.
  • Cornish Chicken – Free range Cornish chicken.
  • Cornish food box  – Company Food boxes made up from Cornish produce.
  • Cornish Gin Distillery  – Cornish spring water distilled in a traditional copper pot.
  • Cornish Meadow Preserves – Traditionally made preserves and mustard.
  • Cornish Orchards – Pressed apple, elderflower and lemonade juices and cider made in a traditional way.
  • Cornish Pizza Company – Fresh pizzas made daily with a variety of interesting flavours and names!
  • Cornish Premier Pasties – Traditional and speciality Cornish pasties.
  • Cornish Seasalt – Hand harvested seasalt from the Lizard Peninsula.
  • Cornwall Food – Traditional dishes, soups sandwiches and cakes made from locally sourced ingredients.
  • Crantock Bakery – Traditional pasties, pies and sweet treats.
  • Deli Farm Charcuterie – Award winning air dried meats.
  • Furniss – Delicious Cornish biscuits.
  • Get Fruity – Health Food Bars.
  • Grumpies – Hand made savoury pies.
  • Harbour Brewing Co – Contemporary beers made from locally sourced ingredients.
  • Haye Farm Cider – Hand crafted cider using a traditional 13th century method.
  • Hubble Jams – Chutneys, marmalades and curds made over an aga in a traditional way.
  • Just Water Ltd – Still and sparkling bottled water sourced from Bodmin.
  • Keltek Brewery – Producers of the King 5.1% Magik 4% Golden Lance 4% and Even Keel 3.4% beers.
  • Kernow Chocolate – 21 flavours of chocolate.
  • Kernow Sausages – Award winning sausages.
  • Lynher Dairies – Producers of a semi hard traditional Cornish Yarg cheese.
  • Nancarrow Farm – Traditional Cornish organic meats.
  • Ninemaidens Mead – Finest honey from their own hives and local products go in to this traditional mead.
  • Penpont Brewery – Cornish cask and bottled ale.
  • Posh Pasty Co – TV chef and personality James Strawbridge and his wife Holly’s gourmet pasties, chutney’s, relishes and sauces.
  • Proper Cornish – Traditional handmade Cornish pasties.
  • Sharp’s Brewery – Producers of the famous Doom Bar and other award cask beers.
  • Simply Cornish – Traditional bakery products including pasties, saffron cakes and shortbreads.
  • Simply Oils – Produced from rapeseed grown on the north Cornish coast.
  • Skinner’s Brewery – Brewers of ales and lager in Truro, including the famous Betty Stoggs.
  • Southwestern Distillery Limited – An independent family producer of Tarquin’s Gin and Cornish Pastis.
  • Spiezia Organics – 100% organic skin and body care.
  • St Ewe Free Range Eggs – Eggs from happy hens in Truro.
  • St Ives Cider – Hand crafted artisan ciders.
  • Trewithen Dairy supply milk and dairy produce across Cornwall and beyond.

Food on a slate plate

Beaucliffes cream tea

fish and mussels