Food and drink producers



Explore the food and drink producers that call the North York Moors home

From the step-back-in-time smokehouse selling kippers, the converted cow byre that now houses a gleaming gin still, or the rural community making award-winning cheese, explore the North York Moors and you’ll find producers combining creativity, skill and sheer dedication to make some great tasting food and drink.

SeaGrown

SeaGrown

SeaGrown is the UK's first offshore seaweed farm, where owners Wave and Laura harvest this natural superfood to turn it into a seasoning perfect to give any dish a flavour bomb. For hundreds of years minerals extracted from seaweed have been used to promote exceptional health benefits.

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The Baker's House

The Baker's House

The Baker's House, it's no surprise to anyone who has visited the Baker’s House to see the table laden with a superb selection of baked goods. Stacked on top of one another sit rustic loaves, brownies, flapjacks, scones, cinnamon buns and more, all baked in the National Park.

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Florian Poirot

Florian Poirot

Florian was born in France, and arrived in the UK over a decade ago, settling in Malton to set up his pristine shop in Talbot’s Yard. At the back of the shop is the workshop where he makes the best cakes, pastries, macarons and chocolates this side of Paris.

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The Horny Cow

The Horny Cow

The Horny Cow, run by Lunn family, supplies only the top supermarkets with quality, grass fed beef and lamb, but it is the rare and heritage breeds that make it so special, meat that goes to top quality butchers, local restaurants and their own farm shop.

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Danby Health Shop

Danby Health Shop

At the heart of Danby village is the Health Shop, selling organic vegetables and bread, health supplements, eco-friendly household and beauty products. It’s an Aladdin’s cave of carefully curated items, which is run by volunteers from the Esk Valley Camphill Community.

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Whitby Gin

Whitby Gin

Whitby Gin owners Luke and Jessica take inspiration from the North York Moors to create botanical blends perfect to distil gin with. The couple use heather foraged from the National Park's heather moorland above Whitby to create their unique spirits, that are then flavoured to taste.

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Abbey Farm Cottage

Abbey Farm Cottage

Abbey Farm Cottage, located in Rosedale, are famous for their incredible goats cheese. Owners Suzie and Jonty have a heard of goats that they bred and milk each morning. From the goats milk they hand make 4 different products to sell from their farm and shepherds huts.

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Castle Howard farm shop

Castle Howard farm shop

This farm shop is an impressive window for Yorkshire's produce, a deli stocked with cheeses and pies, an outdoor cart adorned with fresh produce and meat from cattle that graze on the land. Over 300,000 visitors a year pass through the farm shop, for the delicious local produce on offer.

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Whitby Brewery

Whitby Brewery

Quickly expanding from a workforce of 1 producing just 100 litres a week to a workforce of 7, producing over 6,000 litres per week Whitby Brewery is the perfect place for a beer in the sun. The former cow shed has a fantastic view overlooking Whitby Abbey.

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Westfields Honey

Westfields Honey

For honey connoisseurs, North York Moors’ heather honey is simply the best honey in the world, and arguably no-one makes it better than Chris Smailes. The mixed flower honey has the more subtle flavour, while the heather honey is richer, more floral. Either way, it’s the real thing.

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Ryeburn Ice Cream

Ryeburn Ice Cream

Recently winning the Oscars of the ice cream world, this isn't the first time Ryeburn Ice Cream have produced an award winning scoop The multi-generational business produce ice cream for their farm, local restaurants and ice cream vans across the region, with over 50 flavours in rotation at once.

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Roost Coffee and Roastery

Roost Coffee and Roastery

Roost Coffee and Roastery are not only an extremely attractive coffee shop where you can score an exceptional flat white, they are a local roaster with an impressive roasting machine on full show for all to see. Head over on Mondays and Tuesdays to view the roasting process.

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Radford's Butchers

Radford's Butchers

Radford's Butchers specialise in selling locally reared meat, believing that provenance ensures that customers get the finest quality. In the light, airy shop there’s a fabulous deli counter bristling with award-winning homemade pies, black pudding, pasties and fruit pies.

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Newfields Organic Produce

Newfields Organic Produce

For a farm situated 650ft above sea level, Newfields Organic grow an impressive range of vegetables. Row upon row of vibrant healthy crops of fennel, cauliflower, carrots, leeks, spinach, potatoes… the list goes on. Their many crops supply wholesalers, small organic growers and their very own farm shop.

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Loose Birds

Loose Birds

Loose Birds live up to their name, with chickens running freely in large fields just outside of Harome. Thomas of Helmsley and The Star Inn at Harome are long term champions of Loose Birds, quality and taste in chickens is what top restaurants and quality butchers are looking for.

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Whitby Crab Company

Whitby Crab Company

Whitby Crab Co and Whitby Seafish work together to provide restaurants with the freshest crab and lobster, fished up to 5 miles out off the traditional fishing village of Staithes. Producing up to 1,000 dressed crabs on a summers day, these are experts in their field.

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Helmsley Brewing Co

Helmsley Brewing Co

With three shiny fermenters in the brewhouse and a small tap room that doubles as a shop, Helmsley Brewing Co. must qualify as one of the smallest in the county. After only four years, their five craft ales are distributed across Yorkshire, and most definitely pack a punch.

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Groovy Moo

Groovy Moo

Groovy Moo is a little taste of the continent in Yorkshire. The award-winning gelato parlour have around 24 varieties on offer at one time, that are dreamed up by owner Michelle. Waffles, pancake stacks and homemade brownies make the perfect accompaniment to a scoop of your favourite flavour.

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Glaves Butchers

Glaves Butchers

This family-run, multi-award-winning butcher’s shop was founded in 1973 and is proud to say 100% of their produce is from Yorkshire. A 20 strong workforce produce sausages, burgers, pies, home-cured ham and take away meals that fly off the shelves.

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Fortune's Kippers

Fortune's Kippers

Follow your nose to Henrietta Street, and half way up you’ll find Fortune’s Kippers, a smokehouse that’s been going for almost 150 years. The sweet, oaky aroma of kippers is one hard to ignore, venture inside and treat yourself to some traditionally triple fire smoked fish.

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Cinnamon Twist

Cinnamon Twist

Cinnamon Twist is a bakery built on traditional values, with a homely and rustic feel 'like grandma used to make'. Their stalls are always piled high with the freshest of bakes, including rustic white loaves, scones, croissants and pastries galore, that owner Mark bakes as we sleep.

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Park House Barns

Park House Barns

Park House Barns craft delicious local chocolates that no trip to the heart of the Howardian Hills would be complete without. Made in a bespoke chocolate factory, the team can quite literally make anything out of chocolate, that tastes even better than it looks.

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Botton Creamery

Botton Creamery

Botton Creamery produces a superb range of cheeses including cheddar and continental style cheeses, like gouda, the tangy complex Moorland Tomme, brie and Swiss mountain, plus real yoghurt and butter, curd cheese, cream and raw milk.

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Betsy and Bo

Betsy and Bo

Betsy and Bo are a seaside sweet emporium described as an Aladdin’s Cave. Not only selling fabulous handcrafted chocolates and traditional treats, their shelves are tastefully stocked with that of an upmarket general store, with local and international produce galore.

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Ampleforth Orchard

Ampleforth Orchard

With traditionally managed orchards that grow over 50 varieties of apple, Ampleforth Orchard cider is crafted from a blend of dessert and culinary apples, pressed in their own Cider Mill where it is fermented and matured for eight months.

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