We are very proud of our local suppliers, who are committed to delivering the freshest produce to Rosebourne on a daily basis. By shopping at Rosebourne, you’ll be experiencing the best produce from our region and supporting the local businesses who produce it with passion and dedication.
From everyday food essentials to special treats and temptations, we pride ourselves on offering our customers a fresh approach with a focus on locally sourced produce.
We make handcrafted doughnuts that bring people together and make them smile, using the finest ingredients from local producers. Our band of bakers take this nostalgic treat to the next level to delight families, friends and colleagues, and believe that truly exceptional doughnuts are made freshly by hand each day, with oozing fillings and generous toppings that live long in the memory.
Like many other ventures Chalice Mead was founded on a dream, a desire to reconnect with nature and to promote ancient mead heritage, bringing it fully into the modern age and, at the same time, supporting the bee populations in the UK and beyond. Mike Wagstaff, the founder, turned his dream into a reality and started a new business venture infusing the Mead with different ingredients such as caramel, nettle, chilli and elderflower to add a modern twist to an old drink.
Claytons Eggs is a local, Hampshire-based farm company that has been supplying the finest, free range eggs across the region and neighbouring counties for over 10 years. Clayton’s fresh eggs are full of flavour, coming from well-kept, nurtured chickens who are free to roam across large open fields and fed without using any artificial flavours, colouring or hormones.
COOK was founded in 1997 by Edward Perry and Dale Penfold. They may have been a small company back then, but they had big dreams: to make the best frozen meals on the planet and be a force for good in society. Now, almost 20 years on, COOK still makes every dish by hand in their kitchens in Kent and Somerset, using the same ingredients and techniques a good cook would at home, so everything looks and tastes homemade. They are involved at every stage: from sourcing and cooking the ingredients, to freezing and labelling the dishes, and selling the finished product in the shops. The team runs on passion, care and teamwork to produce delicious, stress-free meals. They cook, so you don’t have to.
Located in Dorset, the Great British Biscotti Company is a small artisan bakery which offers a new and innovative take on the popular biscotti. The team have developed a delicious range of biscotti flavours – both sweet and savoury – available in the traditional dunking finger format and the slightly different biscotti crouton.
Hill Farm has been pressing juice since the 1970s as part of a substantial fruit farm supplying apples and pears to supermarkets. Located within a micro climate in the stunning South Downs National Park, Hill Farm is the perfect spot for quality juice making. Each apple is carefully selected and pressed by Will Dobson and his highly skilled team. Their delicious juice is then gently pasteurised and immediately bottled to keep it fresh and rich in flavour. Pressed with both passion and care, Hill Farm Juice has been commended at the Great Taste awards, Hampshire Farmers’ Markets Drinks Producer and National Fruit Show, and supplies some of the South’s finest hotels, restaurants and retail outlets.
Tomatoes have been growing in the rich and fertile Arreton Valley for more than 30 years. The Island’s unique maritime climate and extra sunshine hours make it the perfect place to grow tomatoes. The Tomato Stall’s southern location on the Isle of Wight boasts some of the best sunshine levels in the UK, helping them grow some of Britain’s tastiest tomatoes.
Since the age of 15 Angus Whitehead has been making the most of the fruits of his garden using recipes handed down through the generations. Most of the apples used by Mr Whitehead’s Cider Company are grown in their orchard, located in the heart of Hampshire (and supplemented with apples grown in the South of England). The orchard is a stone’s throw from the production site. Mr Whitehead’s Cider Company prides itself on the fact that nothing is added to or removed from the cider during production so the result is a natural crisp cider, bursting with apple flavour. Buy Mr Whitehead’s Cider from our Aldermaston and Weyhill food halls.
Red Bluff Farm is a small, family run, market garden situated in the heart of Hampshire. The team operate on small-scale food production systems, combining regenerative design and sustainable organic practices. It is their hope that this will help restore a seemingly lost connection with the land that the current food system imparts and reconnect both farmers and local consumers with seasonal food production. Their aim is to grow healthy, nutrient dense food that not only tastes delicious but improves the soil ecosystem in return. The team follow the latest No-Dig philosophy and use minimal hand preparation throughout the farm, improving yield through intensive planting techniques and improving efficiency with the latest hand tools and appropriate technology.
Test Valley Gin started in February 2017 and has grown from strength to strength ever since. Each bottle is handcrafted by Kate in her grandad’s kitchen in the Test Valley. Each delicious gin is carefully infused with homegrown fresh herbs in small batches on the banks of the River Test. It’s local, subtle and fabulous!