Brock Hall Farm Goats Cheese

Brock Hall Farm, Chelmarsh, Bridgnorth, WV16 6QA.
Local Products Available (<40 miles from B1 1AA):
Artisan feta-type and soft fresh goats cheese made fresh on the farm using milk from own free range herd of pure saanen goats.
Tel: 07968 081691 Email: sarah@brockhallfarm.com Web: www.brockhallfarm.com
Distance from B1 1AA by road: 32 Miles
Stockists in Birmingham or Solihull:
update your listing

Kiss Me Cupcakes

Kiss Me Cupcakes, West Bromwich, B70
Local Products Available (<40 miles from B1 1AA):
cupcakes for all events and occasions

Local Ingredients Used: Eggs from Alandale Eggs Ltd (Kidderminster)
Tel: 07523 139269 Email: info@kissmecupcakes.co.uk Web: www.kissmecupcakes.co.uk
Distance from B1 1AA by road: 7 Miles
Stockists in Birmingham or Solihull:
Jewellery Quarter Farmers Market, Kings Heath Farmers Market

Beez Neez Honey

Beez Neez Honey, Kingswinford, DY6 9XH
Local Products Available (<40 miles from B1 1AA):
Honey of various types – forest, chestnut, lime flower etc
Tel: 01384830156 Email: update your listing Web: update your listing
Distance from B1 1AA by road: 15 Miles
Stockists in Birmingham or Solihull:
24 carrots – JQ farmers market

Sample local food directory listing

Local food producer, retailer, or restaurant?

This is a sample of what your FREE listing in the local food directory could look like – all you need to do is send an email to info@loafonline.co.uk with the information in this sample. Freebies like this won’t be around forever – send your listing in now! The logo or photo you supply will be thumbnailed to 150×150 so bear this in mind, and choose carefully.

honey1

Name: Brummie Honey Ltd
Address: The Hive, 1 Honey Street, Birmingham B3 3ZZ .
Tel: 0121 CALLHONEY
Email: stingme@brummiehoney.net
Web: www.brummiehoney.net
Local Products Available (<40 miles from B1 1AA):
Sutton Park Woodland Honey  – B74 2YT [postcode or place name essential]
Stockists in Birmingham or Solihull: [optional]
The Moseley Produce Store [names only, link will be added to their listing where appropriate]

The Beez Neez

Went to the Birmingham international food fair on Wednesday evening. It’s a city council sponsored event organised by a French company, the first of what the council are hoping will be an annual summer event to replicate the popularity of the Christmas market.

I was on the hunt for locally produced food and found a great honey producer from Kingswinford (12 miles west of Birmingham), the Beez Neez. They sell a range of honey’s from lavender, to lime flower, to acacia, all around £3-4.

The best thing was that the bee keeper was also selling on the stall and very keen to offer an education in honey with every jar. I went for the lime flower honey, and it definitely has a noticeable citrus tang to it. If I can find some local stockists I’ll add to this post.