It’s important that producers, especially small ones, have easily-accessible and reliable outlets in which to sell their produce at a decent return. Food Float acts as a marketplace for over 30 local producers, all of whom we know well.
We hope that we are approachable to people who are local and would like to supply us. Allotment holders are welcome to bring surplus produce to the Stall and receive payment in kind on a ‘sale or return’ basis.
The Adams Family, Dorking – cheese scones, the best in the world!
Aldhurst Farm, Capel – milk and cream.
Bangers Galore, Horsham – bacon, burgers, sausages, and fresh beef, lamb and pork.
Bookham Harrison Farms, Rudgwick – South Downs butter and Sussex Charmer cheese.
Canfields Farm, Rudgwick – Erica’s organic beef (we make home deliveries a few times a year).
Chalk Hills Bakery, Horley – bread, cakes, brownies, cinnamon buns, croissants, cheese straws, foccacia, fruit scones, pain aux raisins and (in season) mince pies and hot cross buns.
Cheesemakers of Canterbury – Ashmore Farmhouse cheese.
Paul Cleaver – Surrey Hills honey. Several other beekeepers also supply Food Float with local honey.
Collaroy Farm, Newdigate – hen eggs.
Cranleigh Bakery – bread, baps and doughnuts.
Cut and Dried, Capel – seven-fruit muesli bars.
Debbie, Newdigate – pink elderflower cordial (in season) and jams, marmalades, chutneys and jellies.
Dorking Bred – Tim’s locally-reared lamb, mutton, hogget & pork.
Dorking Community Orchard – bottled apple juice and apples (in season).
EcoBe, Dorking – organic pasta, rice, muesli, rolled oats, nuts, seeds and dried fruit.
Eden Greens Urban Farm, Woking – microgreen salad mix.
Etherley Farm, Ockley – duck and chicken, whole and portioned (and goose, turkey and pheasant at Christmas). Duck eggs.
The Grange Centre, Bookham – fudge in various flavours.
High Weald Dairy, Horsted Keynes – a variety of sheep, cow and goat milk cheeses.
Jacqui – whole chickens, pasture-fed in a field off the Westcott Road.
John, Mickleham – summer vegetables.
Kate’s Kitchen, Dorking – cinnamon granola, healthy treats.
Kingfisher Farm Shop, Abinger Hammer – vegetables, including watercress.
Louis, Dorking – bantam eggs.
Nutbourne Nursery, near Pulborough – tomatoes (in season).
Ringden Farm, Hurst Green – apples and pears, and pear juice.
Rockhill Brothers Coffee Co, Dorking – Columbia coffee, hand-roasted in Dorking.
Secretts of Milford, near Godalming – seasonal fruit and vegetables.
Simon, Hookwood – hen eggs.
Sue, Dorking – homemade fruit tea loaf.