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Your online farmers' market

​Local, Ethical, Affordable & Friendly

Welcome to Tamar Valley Food Hubs, an online farmers' market bringing together the best of local and seasonal produce in one place.

Place your order between 6pm on Friday and 9.30am on Wednesday for delivery on Friday afternoon to your home, workplace or to one of our free collection points in the Tamar Valley, Tavistock and Plymouth.

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 Available This Week 

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Local Pinks

SUNNINGDALE NURSERIES

Locally grown pinks and alstros are now available on the Hub, ready to brighten up your weekend!

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Strawberries

TAMAR VALLEY

It's strawberry season! We have punnets grown by producers from across the Valley - just add clotted cream.

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Fresh Chicken

WHEAL FARM

 

Wheal Farm have fresh, pasture raised chicken each week now, including whole birds as well as cuts for the barbecue.

"I have been using Tamar Valley Food Hubs for my vegetables as well as dairy and eggs and fish. There is so much choice and it is mostly produced locally and the vegetables are sooo fresh."   - Mary

Fresh, local & seasonal

 

We offer a wide range of seasonal, local produce, alongside Fairtrade and organic store cupboard supplies and dried goods.

 

Everything is prepared to order, meaning fresh, quality produce for you, and zero waste for producers.

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Convenient weekly deliveries

 

We deliver each Friday to homes, workplaces and free collection points throughout the Tamar Valley, Tavistock and Plymouth.

 

There's no minimum order and home delivery starts from just £1.50. 

 

Tamar Valley Food Hubs is a not-for-profit company, and our producers receive 85p of every pound you spend.

 

By shopping with us you're directly supporting these independent growers, local businesses and community projects, whilst keeping food miles low and supply chains short.

Supporting local producers

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Our Food Hubs
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We're a Community Interest Company, and are set up on cooperative principles.

 

This means that every customer, producer, employee and volunteer has an equal say in how the Food Hubs is run and develops.

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