Members

AE Brown Farms
Hale Manor Farm,
Hale Common,
Arreton
Isle of Wight PO30 3AR
A E Brown Farms are based on the Isle of Wight producing high quality asparagus, sweetcorn, squash, strawberries and wide range of vegetables, and some cereals. They are one of the best known Isle of Wight producers with customers across the country and are particularly well known for some of the finest tasting British asparagus available.
Ben Brown
01983 865204
Bluebells at Briddlesford
Briddlesford Road
Wootton, Ryde
PO33 4RY
We are a café on a working dairy farm, adjacent to our farm shop, in what used to be the winter housing for our pedigree Guernsey cows. We serve hot & cold meals from 9.30am until 5pm daily and on Saturday evenings and hold regular special events. Our team of talented chefs prepare a wide variety of quality island produce including our own range of dairy and veal products as well as a wide variety of fresh, seasonal and quality food from the best of island farmers and producers.
Chris Griffin
01983 882885
Briddlesford Farm Shop
Briddlesford Lodge Farm
Briddlesford Road
Wootton, Isle of Wight
PO33 4RY
Our farm shop was opened in 1996 and is located in the old milking stable - where the cows once stood to be milked the stalls are now piled high with delicious island produce. We source quality products from over 50 Isle of Wight producers including a range of our own dairy and veal products: Our 'Buttercup' milk is available as unpasteurised or whole, semi or skimmed pasteurised alongside our own delicious cream and our Briddlesford veal is born and reared here on our farm to the highest welfare standards. Our farm shop offers such a wide range of fruit, vegetables, preserves, cheese, meats & meat products, alcoholic and soft drinks, bread, cakes, biscuits and desserts that are developing a reputation as a real alternative to the supermarket for many of our customers.
Louise Griffin
01983 884650
Briddlesford Lodge Farm
Briddlesford Road,
Wootton, Ryde
Isle of Wight
PO33 4RY
We love farming the land at Briddlesford Lodge Farm. We have a herd of 140 pedigree Guernsey cows that are all descended from the fifteen cows that Charles Griffin brought across the downs to Briddlesford in 1923. The farm is now managed by Charles Griffin's great grandson Paul Griffin. Our herd has won lots of awards and we produce our own milk, cream & associated dairy products, as well as welfare friendly rose veal from our own dairy bull calves.
Paul Griffin
01983 884178
Brownrigg Poultry & Farm meats
Newport Road
Godshill
Isle of Wight
PO38 3LY
The Brownrigg family farm at Sheepwash Farm, Godshill produces home reared beef, pork, lamb, poultry & related processed products. They are the Island’s largest free range poultry farm producing free range duck, chicken and eggs supplemented with turkey and goose at Christmas. The family also provide a Hog Roast and outside catering service and own the IW Bacon Company.
Sue & Paul Brownrigg
(01983) 840191 or 840210 (wholesale)
Brownriggs Farm Shop
Newport Road
Ventnor
Isle of Wight
PO38 3LY
Brownrigg's Farmshop offers the full range of their own home grown, home reared and home cooked produce, including free range eggs, poultry, lamb, beef & pork, as well as sausages, bacon, ham, gammon and a range of veg and strawberries. Also stocked is a wide range of Isle of Wight produce as well as organic, gluten free, dairy free, vegan and vegetarian products.
Sue & Paul Brownrigg
01983 840191
Bunbury Bees
34 New Street
Newport
Isle of Wight
Bunbury Bees is run by Chris Van Wyk and Kate Bucci, and we believe in compassionate beekeeping and low-impact honey farming techniques. We use traditional methods alongside modern equipment to keep our bees happy, healthy and productive. We produce local honey with distinct flavour - our apiaries are located across the Isle of Wight and we currently have local honey available from Newport, Northwood, Ryde and St Helens. Anecdotal evidence suggests that consuming local honey can assist with hay fever and seasonal allergies. The honey from each location has distinctly different flavours reflecting the forage available nearby. Our raw honey is only filtered to remove the largest debris, leaving behind small particles of beeswax and pollen. We don’t heat the honey or treat it in any other way - it’s just as it comes from the hive. We also run Experience Days - come and meet our bees! Purchase a gift voucher for yourself or a loved one to come and join us for 2-3 hours of beekeeping and hive inspections. All equipment is provided and there is so much to show you. Dates for these experience days will be released soon for the 2017 season. They will be held on Saturdays between April - August as this is the beekeeping season. Right now the bees are tucked up in their hives, but we will send you a gift voucher that can be redeemed later in the year.
Kate Bucci or Chris Van Wyk
Calbourne Classics
Three Gates Farm
Shalfleet
Isle of Wight
PO30 4NA
Calbourne Classics is a family partnership based at Three Gates Farm in Shalfleet. We use Isle of Wight milk to make our range of luxury ice cream, cheesecakes, scones and a range of other delicious products – all of which are available to buy at our Dairy Deli Farm Shop.
Louise Hart
01983 531204
Cantina
20 High Street
Ventnor
Isle of Wight
PO38 1RZ
Café, bakery & restaurant serving Mediterranean influenced food with a frequent nod to other cuisines. We are producing our own breads, cakes, quiches and other baked goods to eat in or take away. We also produce some charcuterie, chutneys, pickles and jams for use at Cantina, mostly from IOW sourced ingredients.
Klaus Kuhnke or Juergen Dorn
01983 855988
Dairy Deli Farm Shop
Three Gates Farm
Shalfleet
Isle of Wight
PO30 4NA
The Dairy Deli Farm Shop in Shalfleet offers a range of locally produced, luxury foods. This includes the full range of our own Calbourne Classics dairy and baked goods, which are well known all over the island and which can also be ordered from their on-line shop and through the Real Island Food Company website.
Louise Hart
01983 531557
Goddards Brewery
Barnsley Farm,
Bullen Road,
Ryde
Isle of Wight PO33 1QF
Brewers of traditional real ales at the oldest working brewery on the island – 15 barrel brew-length. Goddards Brewery is a revival of the tradition of farmhouse brewing.
Babs Mitchell
01983 611011
Hazelgrove Farm Eggs
Hazelgrove Farm,
Ashey,
Isle of Wight
PO33 4BD
Based at Hazelgrove Farm, Ashey, this family run business produces free range eggs from chicken and ducks that are free to roam from dusk to dawn, rain or shine, foraging and exploring their surroundings. We deliver to a variety of businesses from local shops, cafes, schools, hotels and many more and pride ourselves on producing fresh local produce for the Isle of Wight.
Sharon Wheeler
07875 650 948
Island Roasted (IOW Espresso)
37 Spring Hill
Ventnor
Isle of Wight
PO38 1PF
We are an artisan coffee roaster here on the Isle of Wight, roasting by hand in small batches, on the banks of the River Medina. We source as many 'Direct Trade' coffees as possible, helping to ensure truly sustainable coffee farming. We produce a number of exclusive Espresso blends for wholesale and retail, as well as roasting speciality single origin coffees from across the World, to be truly enjoyed whatever your brew method!
Dan Burgess
01983 857670
Isle of Wight Brewery Ltd
Dinglers Farm,
Yarmouth Road,
Shalfleet
Isle of Wight PO30 4LZ
The Isle of Wight Brewery (Island Brewery) is a brewer of real ales, using only natural ingredients and more importantly only the four basic ingredients of traditional brewing that is malt, hops, yeast and water.
Steve Minshull
01983 821731
Isle of Wight Cheese Company
Queen Bower Dairy,
Alverstone Road,
Sandown
Isle of Wight, PO36 0NZ
IW Cheese company produce handmade, award winning cheese, made entirely from Isle of Wight cow's milk. All production, handling, wrapping and packaging takes place on site.
Richard Hodgson
01983 402736
Isle of Wight Distillery
Rosemary Vineyard,
Smallbrook Ln, Ryde,
Isle of Wight,
PO33 4BE
Finally the Isle of Wight has its own Distillery! The first and only distilling license has been granted to the Isle of Wight Distillery, based at Rosemary Vineyard. There are no known records or history of distilling on the Island so we are proud to make history. We use local ingredients from locations such as Steephill Cove and even handpick a number of seeds to create our range of spirits. Our first spirits were Isle of Wight Gin, called Wight Mermaids Gin, Rock Sea Vodka, Apple Pie Moonshine, In 2016 we are very excited to have started producing the first Isle of Wight Whisky and have just released the first of our unique Navy Strength Gin. including a special limited edition gin that is both Navy Strength and aged in oak barrels to recreate the taste and style of gin drunk at sea by Naval officers who served at the Battle of Trafalgar.
Xavier Baker
01983 811084
Isle of Wight Ice Cream Company
Riverway
Newport
Isle of Wight
PO30 5UX
The Isle of Wight Ice Cream Company uses fresh Isle of Wight milk to make a portfolio of over 20 flavours. Using local towns to name the delicious flavours, the ice cream has been a huge hit and has reached almost every village, town, beach and bay on the island. Signature products include Ventnor Vanilla, Shanklin Strawberry and Cowes Chocolate Chip. Recent best sellers have included Bembridge Bubblegum & Whippingham White Chocolate & Raspberry
Louise Hart
01983 539238
Jasper's Artisan Coffee
Yarcroft,
Brading,
Isle of Wight
PO36 0BP
We buy single origin ethically sourced green Arabica coffee beans which are then roasted at our Brading roastery to produce our unique espresso blend (buxom) and a variety of single origin beans which can then be ground for domestic and commercial use.
Peter & Lucy Newill
07855 754 495
Kemphill Farm
Stroudwood Road,
Ryde,
Isle of Wight
PO33 4BZ
Kemphill Farm is a beef farm with up to 200 cattle grazing in 180 acres of beautiful rolling grassland. Grazing outside for most of the year and fed on homegrown silage & Island wheat in the winter, Kemphill farm produces the highest quality of beef, all year round.
Ron Holland
01983 563880
Living Larder
Langtrees
Ventnor Road
Apse Heath, Sandown
Isle of Wight PO36 0JT
Living Larder is a family run market garden based at Apse Heath on the Isle of Wight. We specialise in growing high quality, seasonal fresh vegetables and edible flowers for direct sale to businesses and the public. We seek to find a balance between ‘organic’ and traditional farming principles.
Will Steward
01983 717164
Medham Farm
Medham Lane
Cowes
PO31 8PH
We love to be as self-sufficient as possible and grow as much produce as we can on the farm. We provide our holiday cottage guests with a welcome basket of Isle of Wight products including fresh eggs from our free-range hens. We also produce delicious honey and cut comb from our bee hives, a wide variety of chillies, dozens of different chutneys, pickles, preserves and fruit and vegetables in season. We can also bake you fresh bread. We are also the home of Tipsy Wight – see Processors section below
Ruth & Michael Green
01983 299088
Medina Food Service
Riverway
Newport
Isle of Wight
PO30 5UX
Medina Food Service are a well-established, friendly, family-run, local catering wholesaler delivering across the Island and Hampshire. They are proud to be associated with local growers and manufacturers to ensure freshness and minimise foodmiles.
Duncan Smith
07720294897
Minghella's at Briddlesford
Briddlesford Lodge Farm
Briddlesford Road
Wootton
PO33 4RY
Minghella's make premium artisan ice-cream which we wholesale to the finest restaurants, hotels, airlines, cafes, kiosks, caterers, farmshops and deli's throughout the UK.
Gioia Minghella-Giddens
01983 883545
Mulberry Cottage B&B
41 High Street
Bembridge
Isle of Wight
PO35 5SE
A family home open for Bed & Breakfast in the heart of Bembridge, offering accommodation for families, couples, singles and well-behaved pets. We aim to make breakfast to suit the individual using fresh, local and organic produce.
Duncan Bates
01983 874794
Oil of Wight
Knox Farm
Broadfield, Chapel lane,
Merstone
Isle of Wight PO30 3DA
Oil seed Rape is grown, cold-pressed and bottled in the family farm producing a culinary rapeseed oil marketed as Oil of Wight
Caroline Knox
07970 572 154
Quarr Abbey
Quarr Hill
Ryde
PO33 4ES
Visitors to Quarr Abbey enjoy the tranquillity of the popular teashop café that offers freshly made food using local as well produce from the Abbey. The farm shop offers a variety of local island products along with Quarr Abbeys own unique range of products which include a range of jams & chutneys, honey, eggs, coffee, and ale; all made with Quarr Abbeys own allotment-grown produce which is also available to buy
Lucy Sutton / Dean Pascall
882420 ext 203
Queen Bower Dairy
Alverstone Road,
Sandown,
Sandown
Isle of Wight, PO36 0NZ
Family owned Dairy business, producing quality dairy produce from Guernsey cows, supplying 4 grades of milk and double cream to customers in the local area
Michael Reed
01983 403840
Rosemary Vineyard
Smallbrook Lane
Ryde
Isle of Wight
PO33 4BE
Covering 30 acres Rosemary Vineyard is ideally placed to make the most of the mild Island climate and is one of the largest producers of English Wine. All wine, liqueurs, juices and ciders are made on the estate from grapes/apples grown on the estate. Relax and enjoy a taste of the good life in this peaceful setting. Whatever your tipple there is something for everyone, from full-bodied red wines, ciders and bottle fermented sparkling wines to liqueurs, country wines and refreshing apple juice.
Conrad Gauntlett
01983 811084
Seafood Corner (Ventnor Haven Fishery)
High Street
Newport
Isle of Wight
PO30 1SN
Seafood Corner is a local produce shop selling the freshest locally caught fish from Ventnor Haven Fishery. Enjoy fresh lunches, salads, crab turnovers and takeaways as well as traditional fish and chips. Enjoy incredibly fresh, locally caught fish. The shop is specialising in fresh produce lunches including fish cakes with salad and hot cooked takeaways such as the traditional battered cod on chips and others such as battered pollack of plaice; all including local Island produce. You can of course also try the well-loved crab on chips or even experiment with a crab turnover!
Ed Blake
01983 852176
The Farm Shop, Bembridge
8 High Street
Bembridge
Isle of Wight
PO35 5SD
Established in 1991 our little farmshop continues to grow and evolve. We are committed to selling as much quality produce as possible, collecting product ourselves if required. As well as fresh produce we sell a good range of organic wholefoods, healthfoods, home baking items and eco-friendly cleaning /beauty products. We are happy to deliver locally free of charge.
Jane Holman
01983 874236
The Fruit Bowl
The Laurels
High Street
Newchurch
PO36 0NJ
We grow fruit (mostly soft) in environmentally friendly conditions. This fruit is then processed into high quality jams, on site, in an energy efficient building which generates its own electricity and hot water. Water for irrigation is collected from the roofs of the three buildings. Fruit Bowl Jam contains no preservatives, artificial colourings or gelling agents. The majority of our jam is sold wholesale to bakers, hotels and restaurants but some is also available in retail jars from island farm and specialist shops
Alastair Jupe
01983 867613
The Green Barn - Isle of Wight Dairy Goats
Main Road
Bouldnor, Yarmouth
PO41 0XN
On our family farm near Yarmouth we make the Isle of Wight's first range of goats milk produce. Our selection of delicious goat cheeses, suitable for vegetarians, bottled milk, kefir and traditional crumbly fudge are all handmade, using pasteurised milk, fresh from our own herd of dairy goats.
Michelle Stevens
01983 761310
The Royal Hotel
Belgrave Road
Ventnor
Isle of Wight
PO38 1JJ
Renowned for supporting local suppliers The Royal Hotel menu reflects the abundance of quality produce harvested from the Isle of Wight’s bountiful coast and countryside. From light lunches to celebratory feasts, The Royal specialises in memorable meals, cooked with flair by our accomplished chefs, and accompanied by perfectly matched wines and impeccable service. The Royal Hotel said “There is nothing like fostering a good relationship with local producers to strengthen and support the local market, and to be awarded the Wight Marque Gold Award is a bonus! We celebrate the Island’s superb local produce as best as we can. No doubt that locally grown food tastes and looks better. The crops are picked at their peak, are hand-crafted for best flavour. We might be a small island, but when it comes to food, we’ve got big culinary ambitions.”
Shennon Slade
01983 852186
The Tomato Stall Ltd
Main Road,
Hale Common,
Arreton, Isle of Wight
PO30 3AR
We began growing speciality tomatoes in the Arreton valley over 25 years ago. The higher levels of sunshine and the Island’s maritime climate create the perfect environment to grow the most flavourful tomatoes, which are used to make our range of delicious products
Paul Thomas
01983 866907
Tipsy Wight
Medham Farm Lane
Cowes
PO31 8PH
We grow and forage natural ingredients from the fields and hedgerows on our farm and gently steep them in the finest vodka for absolutely ages. We aim to capture a little bit of the English countryside in a bottle just for you. Our vodkas are lovingly prepared so you can enjoy the exquisite, mouth-watering taste of a gentle English summer all year round. Made on our Victorian farm, clinging onto the banks of the River Medina far away from the madding crowd.
Ruth & Michael Green
01983 299088
Ventnor Haven Fishery
Eastern Esplanade
Ventnor
Isle of Wight
PO38 1JR
Local fishing company supplying over 40 local outlets with high quality fish & seafood. They also have retail outlets at the Haven in Ventnor & the new 'Seafood Corner' in Newport
Edward Blake
852176
Wild Island
Unit A, Langbridge Rural Business Park
Newchurch
Isle of Wight
PO36 0NP
Wild lsland is an artisan producer of delicious oils, vinegars and dressings with great provenance, taste and quality. Use products on their own or mixed to create delicious dressings, dips, marinades and glazes. An exquisite tool for combining flavours, have fun experimenting yourself or take inspiration from the recipes and seasonal ideas on our website.
Nuala Grandcourt
01983 868305 / 07740 825 561

Membership Application

Businesses across the whole food chain which grow or rear, process, sell or use Wight Marque products can now sign up to be accredited by Wight Marque.   Annual memberships run from 1st January to 31st December and will be renewed annually at the start of the year.  Payment will initially be by cheque payable to IW County Show Lts with the renewal by standing order. If membership is not renewed, the marque will be withdrawn.

The rates are based upon business turnover regardelss of the number of products registered and are broken down into two categories - primary food producers and retailers/processers etc.

For full details on how your business can apply to be accredited by Wight Marque, download a Wight Marque application form here.

For full details on how you can use the Wight Marque once your business has been accredited please download the Wight Marque Style Guide here.

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This directory of Wight Marque members and participating businesses will be updated regularly as they are accredited by the RIWAS. This directory will include full contact details for all members and is intended for use as a business to business tool.