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"The experienced team sells regional cheeses, home baking and many English wines."Delifonseca"A recent and very welcome addition to the foodie scene in Liverpool, Delifonseca has branches in the city centre and at the docks," says James.
"It describe them as 'modern versions of traditional European delicatessens', and with the wide variety of stock, it's a claim they live up to."Fodder"Just fab – selling all that's great and good from God's own county! "Run and championed by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society, and acting as a shop window for local farmers and producers, Fodder is Britain's first charitable food hall: all profits are reinvested to benefit the local community."Sunderlandwick Estate Farm Shop"This sells a wide selection of East Yorkshire artisan produce," says James.
Lancastrian specialities are made with farm produce in the on-site kitchen.
Bury Market The long-standing Bury Market gives a lot of bang for its black pudding – a slew of delis and farm shops all under one roof, showcasing the best of local produce including, of course, that famous black pudding. Essington Fruit Farm, Shop & PYO"The farm – which Richard and Mary Simkin started as a pick-your-own in the 1980s – produces a range of 35 different fruits and vegetables, Hereford beef and pork, sold through its own butchery," says Rita.
The focus here is on cheese, with more than 140 varieties are on sale – along with mustards, meats, oils and vinegars as well as gift hampers.
Doddington Farm Shop The Kitchen Garden and the herd of Lincolnshire Red Cattle supply the farm shop at the grand Elizabethan Doddington Hall.
Food in the restaurant is delicious and vegetarian; on Sundays there's a roast of farm-produced meat on offer."Burford Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire – don't use the postcode to find it, use Barnsley Village or look for the B4425.
(uk)Deli On The Square It is no surprise that the foodie hotspot of Ludlow has such a fine store as the Deli On The Square.
Hunters of Helmsley"With its green-and-gold livery, and enchanting village setting, Hunters has a slightly Dickensian feel to it," says James.
"The restaurant features dishes with 'zero food miles' on its menu.
Try the farm's own roast gammon with new potatoes – simple and truly delicious."Battlefield 1403 Farm Shop"The farm is on the site of the Battle of Shewsbury in 1403 and has an exhibition centre telling its history," says Rita.
The shop bustles with bright seasonal produce, tempting cakes and all the dried goods and condiments that you'd ever need, while the deli hosts Neal's Yard cheeses, Monmouth coffee and an array of charcuterie and antipasti.
Apley Farm Shop The Apley Estate is near Telford in Shropshire on the River Severn.A converted barn houses a stylish café/restaurant, and there's a big children's play area."Beadlam Grange Farm Shop"A proper farm shop on a working farm, run by Mark and Jenny Rooke, who pride themselves on selling local produce including meat from their farm and smoked fish from the nearby Yoadwath Mill Trout Farm," says James.