The Shop

Organic and biodynamic food from your farm

In our farm shop you can buy the freshest produce grown and reared on the farm as well as carefully selected items from other trusted producers. Our shop is open Monday to Saturday from 9 to 5.

Biodynamic & Organic Meat

We offer beef, pork, lamb and chicken all year around, all cut to order if required. We cure and smoke our own bacon and make many varieties of butcher’s sausages. We also rear ducks, geese and turkeys, mainly for Christmas and we have wild venison in season.

Meat deliveries

We are now offering nationwide meat deliveries. All the details of how it works can be found here.

Biodynamic & Organic Vegetables

Vegetable production at Tablehurst has increased dramatically over the past few years – driven by customer demand and rave reviews for quality. Seasonal eating is growing more popular and our customers range from local villagers concerned for their local environment and the quality of their food to world class chefs looking for the very best in quality and flavour.

Pies, Cakes & More

You’re sure to love our home-made produce. It’s as though you’d made it in your very own kitchen! We offer a range of pies, sausage rolls, pasties, quiches, ready meals and cakes.

Biodynamic Wine & Organic Beer

We carry a boutique range of biodynamic and organic wines and beers.

Other Biodynamic & Organic Produce

We also sell fruit from our own garden, yoghurt and cheese from our sister farm Plaw Hatch, biodynamic eggs from Orchard Eggs in Forest Row and organic bread both baked here on the farm and from Sussex Kitchen and Flint Owl – two outstanding local bakeries. You can also find cheese from High Weald Dairy, coffee from Horsham Coffee Roaster, exceptional gluten-free cakes from two small local producers, local Kombucha and a wide variety of organic dry and tinned goods.

Our sourcing policy

We aim to stock products which are biodynamic or organic, and wherever possible from a local source. We work to build strong relationships with small local suppliers, and sometimes we accept products which use organic ingredients but are not yet certified organic because of the high cost of obtaining certification. We do this to help small local businesses to grow to the point where they can afford certification.

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