At SwperBox, We Work with Local Suppliers to Produce Sustainable Food, Straight from the Source
Our home cooking kits contain seasonal foods and the freshest produce sourced from many hard working small time farms, fishers and food suppliers across Wales.
Meet our suppliers…
Situated right in the middle of rural Caramarthenshire Frank’s veg is a small scale organic farm. Frank will liaise with his customers to see what they want grown from year to year and plan his growing seasons accordingly
Rhosyn Farm is situated in rural Carmarthenshire, owned and run by Neil and Emma Rose. They are lucky enough to be living the dream since moving to Wales in 2006 leaving the city life behind and have never looked back.
They take pride in breeding their own stock, including rare and heritage animals, outdoor rearing in the most idyllic surroundings and giving their animals the best quality of care and attention during their time on Rhosyn Farm.
Watson and Pratts
Based in Lampeter, west wales, Watson & Pratt’s is an independent food shop and much more. Comprising the shop, their own bakery, wholesale of organic fruit and vegetables, and a home delivery service throughout Mid and South Wales, they offer a genuine alternative to the supermarket shop. Watson & Pratt’s is the latest incarnation of a longstanding organic presence in Lampeter.
In the 70s many of the organic pioneers came to west wales. Inspired by John Seymour and the drive for sustainable food production they established holdings here – some growing vegetables others milking cows. These pioneers were some of the first organic producers in the uk. As interest in organic food grew throughout Britain a pack house was established in Lampeter. And it got bigger and bigger, supplying many of the supermarkets.
Hodmedods – BBC Food and Farming awards ‘Best food producer’
Hodmedod is a small but growing independent business, founded in 2012 to source and supply beans and other products from British farms.
Specialising in Heritage grains and lesser known varieties, such as Carlin Peas and Marrowfat Peas and also championing British grown Quinoa
Isle of Wight Tomatoes
Tomatoes have been growing in the rich and fertile Arreton Valley for over 30 years. The Island’s unique maritime climate and our 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.
Both of their head growers boast a wealth of experience and expertise (50 years combined). They grow a wide range of tomatoes both organically and conventionally, with up to 200 varieties of tomato grown and trialled each year. The search is always on for the next best tomato, and each variety is rigorously taste tested to ensure the best possible ﬂavour.
Daioni Organic Milk
Daioni Organic are pioneers of premium quality organic dairy products. ‘’Dye-on-knee” in fact means “goodness” in Welsh, and they are proud to call the lush green fields of Wales our home. Pioneers, but also still very much an independent, family-run business whose mission is to bring you and your family what it needs to enjoy genuinely healthy and delicious dairy products.
Daioni Organic prides itself on the quality of their organic milk and products. Through a combination of fertile and nutrient rich soils, centuries of organic farming knowledge, and commitment to using only the best natural ingredients.
Are a fresh and frozen fish wholesaler in Swansea, and are family-owned and operated. Most of their fish is caught by ‘day boat’ fishermen to ensure it is fresh when it is brought into our premises.
They are dedicated to serving the catering, restaurant and fishmonger trades across Swansea and South West Wales. Over the years, they have built a reputation for offering the best seafood at affordable prices.
Swansea Fish have over 20 years of experience in the wholesale fish and seafood industry and have been known to provide the freshest of seafood at very affordable prices.
Myrddin Heritage rear a variety of slow-growing pig breeds at their lovely smallholding, and use the prime cuts to produce hand-made, free-range ‘Proper Posh’ sausages. These have proved to be so popular that they launched fresh cuts of meat
For them it is ensuring they are using all the quality cuts of meats and the old traditions, which is hand making their products at their home premises and using natural ingredients.
The mission is to produce natural artisan sausages, designed by the customer and created by themselves so you can taste the difference.
Suma is a wholefood collective founded in 1977 by a liberally-minded group of people who believed there was a better way, and actively set out to create it.
Today they are stronger than ever. They deliver over 7000 vegetarian, natural, responsibly sourced products to businesses and communities across the UK and internationally. They are one of the largest co-operatives of their kind in Europe, working together to improve our society and support our suppliers and customers.
Swn Y Coed
One planet development farm in Whitland, Carmarthenshire. Peni works 5 Acres in the most sustainable manner possible.
Y Pantri Glas
Are three Mums who live in or close to Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire. They want their shop, Y Pantri Glas to become a destination shop in Llandeilo supplying sustainable foods, personal care and household care items where customers can fill their own containers and reduce their use of packaging.
The vision is to offer the best quality foods and ethical lifestyle products to support our planet, our ecosystems, our communities and our lives.
They aim to inspire and excite people about wholesome food promoting good health for all. By empowering and enabling people to make the right choices, they hope to bring a sense of discovery and adventure to food and household shopping that is inclusive to all in society.
Black Mountain Itals
Itals is a word in the Caribbean patois meaning ‘vital for health,’ Black Mountain Itals are a small organic farm at the foot of the Black Mountain in south Wales, utilising a no-dig, soil fed system of growing
Fforest farm Isaf Eggs
Are a family owned business based in Carmarthen producing and packing free range eggs. They are Laid in Britain Quality Assured and deliver direct to businesses and wholesalers across South and West Wales.
In the glorious Aeron Valley for 45 years we have been growing produce organically. We sell at local and Cardiff farmers’ markets plus a Cardiff box scheme.
Blaencamel, a 50-acre farm in the Aeron Valley, Ceredigion that defies all the odds and grows an abundance of fresh organic produce during 48 weeks of the year. Over the last 40 years Sustainable Food Trust board member Peter Segger, and his wife Anne Evans, have refined their methods to harness the natural cycles for high quality production, and at the same time create a haven of biodiversity.
Capestone Organic Poultry – BBC Good food award winner 2018
Award-winning organic and free range poultry from the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, overlooking the Milford Haven waterway
The Scale Family who own the company have a long and rich heritage at Capestone that dates back to 1826. Today the business is run by Justin Scale, the 5th generation of the Scale Family to farm the land at Capestone.
An award-winning fully integrated organic free-range poultry farm, Capestone rear, produce and process all our own poultry.
Specialising in high quality and high welfare organic free-range chicken and turkey, Capestone’s customers include national high street retailers such as M&S and Whole Foods Markets, wholesalers and manufacturers, export markets, London Food Halls, farm shops & butchers.
Capestone implements traditional organic farming methods, working with nature to produce a slower-growing bird. This is reflected in the superior taste and quality of our products.
Bakers pig charcuterie
A traditional hill farm located in the historic village of Upper Brynamman, 25 miles East of Carmarthen on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park producing a range of award winning, exquisite cured meats and fermented salami.
They manage a free range, rare breed herd of Berkshire pigs. They use the pork to manufacture our cured meats and slow-fermented salami in a modern production facility on the farm. This provides a fully traceable farm-to-fork production system… where quality is key.
Having grown up in a farming family, Michelle took an altogether different route. After training and working as a divorce lawyer for fifteen years she yearned for a less structured way of life and, following the birth of her first child, she set about making an exit plan.
Food and farming are natural bedfellows, and what began with just a few pigs in a small field belonging to her father, soon grew to include sheep, Highland cattle, and even water buffalo.
In 1981, their co-founders, John, Patrice and Paula came to Wales from their native Holland with dreams of setting up a centre for learning organic farming and self-sufficiency.
They bought Glynhynod Farm (meaning Remarkable Valley in Welsh) and set to work realising their vision. Soon after arriving at the farm Patrice, who trained as a cheesemaker in Holland, started making wonderful raw milk cheese. Based on a 500 year old Gouda recipe, it is the very same cheese that we make today and is named after the nearby river Teifi, a tributary of which runs through the farm.
Having started in 1982 they are now the longest established artisan cheesemaker in Wales.
Today the farm and family businesses are run by John and Patrice’s two sons; John-James and Robert, who are carrying on their parents’ vision for the farm and Caws Teifi Cheese.
Calon Wen is a group of 25 organic family run farms across Wales, who believe in providing exceptional organic products that taste great and are sustainably produced.
Their dedicated farmers like to keep things simple, ensuring the cows are properly looked after and graze on the fresh, clover rich pastures which have not been treated with sprays or chemicals.
They pay our farmers for the quality as well as the quantity of milk they produce, which means the farmers are not pushed towards high yielding systems.
Calon Wen is now a leading brand in Wales, supplying many independent retailers across Wales. They take great pride in the organic milk our cows produce, and we hope you enjoy it too.
Welsh produce grown in Pembrokeshire and the Wye Valley and packed in Haverfordwest. For the real taste of the land or ‘blas y tir’ as we say in Welsh.
Blas Y Tir was created by the lovely people at Puffin Produce. Together they bring you the real taste of the land or ‘Blas Y Tir’ as we say in Welsh.
Puffin Produce evolved from the original Pembrokeshire Potato Marketing Group, a quality growers’ co-operative formed during the 1970s. They remain true to their collective roots, majority-owned by our Welsh growers here in Pembrokeshire.
Their commitment to Wales is strong, and not just because it’s a great place to live. With their roots so deep in this countryside, they’re proud to work sustainably with local farmers and farmland, preserving the beauty of our unique landscape and supporting the region’s communities and wildlife.
They grow healthy, nutritious fruit and vegetables to the highest ethical standards. No pesticides, no herbicides – just good, fresh food and work with other local producers and provide good jobs that contribute to the community and the local economy.
People are at the heart of what they do. They want to be a hub around which people connect, make memories and develop friendships and are committed to preserving habitat in our growing spaces for the wonderful species that call Wales their home.
A small, seasonal mushroom farm in West Wales. From Crymych to Cardigan (and the surrounding areas), we grow mushrooms for our local community.
Pembrokeshire Sea Salt
As farmers and millers since 1978, Doves Farm cares about how their grains are grown. They believe in growing grains slowly and tenderly and how they make their flour really matters to them – the ingredients, the flavour, the provenance and the effect on our planet.
Y Felin Watermill
Y Felin (Welsh for ‘The Mill’) is one of the last working water mills in Wales producing traditional stoneground flour.
Set in picturesque surroundings adjacent to the 12th Century Abbey of St Dogmaels, the adjoining mill pond is home to a variety of waterfowl which you are welcome to feed.
The mill is today owned by Michael and Jane Hall, who purchased it in 1977 from the estate of the late Mrs Phoebe Mary James: the last descendant of the Gwynnes to live at the mill. Since the beginning of 1980, the Halls have been restoring the mill to its former state. The millpond was reflooded for the first time in nearly thirty years on Easter Saturday, April 18th, 1981.
In the small market town of Talgarth, good, locally produced food is a top priority. In the very heart of the town is a community-run, water powered flour mill and traditional bakery. The Brecon Beacons National Park’s only working watermill.
The only working watermill in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Talgarth Mill is a hub for producing award-winning food with strong local provenance and a focus on supporting the local community and the environment. Great Taste Awards for their flour, bread and bread kits, reflect the passion for quality and creativity.
Parc Y Derwen
Parc y Dderwen / Oak Tree Farm is a smallholding in Pembrokeshire just starting out. They produce fermented foods for a happy gut and a healthy mind. Hand-made, seasonal and full of goodness their ferments are raw, probiotic and tasty!
Maesyffin Mushrooms have been growing their award winning Shiitake mushrooms in rural West Wales since 2003, in a system originally developed by Humungus Fungus. The entire process is certified organic by the UK Soil Association.
They now also grow Lions Mane, Reishi and Trametes mushrooms, all organically of course
Dewi Robert’s butchers
Dewi Roberts are a Family run butchers specialising in Welsh Beef, Salt Marsh Lamb, Local Free Range Pork and Bacon. They are located in the heart of Ffairfach, just outside the colourful market town of Llandeilo in the Towy Valley. Their meat is sourced from local suppliers, farms that have supplied the business for many years. The supply chain is very direct from farm, to shop, to you.
They also produce homemade sausages and burgers, home cooked meats and pies. They also stock a variety of preserves and Welsh cheese. In addition they stock a wide range of Game when in season including local estate venison.
Rogers and Son butchers
Specialising in all local meats Rogers and Son opened in 2012, then retrofitting a salt chamber where they can dry age their beef for a longer period, greatly increasing the flavour and tenderness.
Their lamb comes from the salt marshes of the Gower peninsula and is extremely highly rated
Noacres have a goal of being fresh, local and sustainable in all that they do. They have repurposed shipping containers to become the farm. Although they have to use electricity, their system has a very low level of consumption, as well as minimising the amount of water being used. They compost their own soil, so there is no wastage. All the packaging is recyclable or compostable.
Based in a small Carmarthenshire town they provide restaurants and farmers markets around West Wales