Ross & Ross collaborate with many celebrated Cotswolds suppliers to ensure only the finest quality ingredients make it on to their menus.
The company was founded in 1962. After several years based in central Bristol, Arthur was able to realise a dream, to return to his rural roots and move the business back to the beautiful Chew Valley, where the company is now. The move not only gave the business a new base, it allowed the company to grow its own produce, often supplying products unavailable at market. Since then the company has grown continuously, with Arthur always looking for the next product or service to offer his customers. He was the first in the region to offer prepared vegetables and the company now has a state of the art preparation plant in Bishop Sutton.
The local family butchers shop was started 32 years ago by Adam Lucock and his father Barry. Although Barry sadly passed away, the business continues to do what it does best and serve fresh, tender quality meats on which they pride themselves.
Offering a range of continental cuts of meat, Barry’s fulfils everyone’s requirements, making it the choice of supplier for many restaurants, pubs and hotel both locally and regionally.
M & J Seafood are proud of their thirty five years of fresh, salt-of-the-earth fishmongering. Working 24 hours a day, six days a week to bring the daily local fish and seafood landings and the best of the world’s catch to your kitchen door every morning. All responsibly sourced and expertly filleted by the best in the business.
Paul Barlow-Heal set up Cotswold Baking because pastry has been a passion in his life since the age of 14. In 2011, he decided that he wanted to bring quality cakes and desserts to peoples’ front doors, so he opened up his own kitchen and Cotswold Baking was born. He is passionate about quality, and fresh products, which we have an abundance of here in the Cotswolds.
Cotswold Baking use as much quality local produce as possible from the flour to the local dairy, and the walnuts and hazelnuts are grown on the farm where the kitchen is based.