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In light of current government restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a number of the county’s food and drink businesses have adapted to be able to continue to provide their products. Please contact businesses directly to find out more about their services and to arrange a delivery or collection.
Castle Bank Butchers Stanhope – Regional delivery service
Premium quality meat produce, from the best local farms.
Tel: 01539 620431
Dalton Moor Farm – Online orders & local delivery service
Locally grown fruit and vegetables as well as a range of homemade preserves.
Tel: 07887 551643
Screaming Chimp Chilli Sauce Ltd – Online orders
Range of bottled chilli sauces for all tastes.
Tel: 07850 459198
Teesdale Cheesemakers – Collection service
Makers of multi-award winning cheeses & local provisions.
Tel: 01388 718984
The Durham Brewery Ltd – Shop & delivery orders
Well-crafted and perfected beers from Durham's oldest brewery
Tel: 0191 377 1991
Weardale Cheese – Local deliveries
Artisan cheese made in Weardale.
Tel: 07564 196019
McColls Brewery – Online orders & local deliveries
Locally brewed craft beers.
Tel: 01388 417250
Durham Market Hall
A number of Durham Market Hall traders are providing delivery and collection services, with orders placed by phone. Some of the traders are listed below. For more information, visit their website or contact the supplier directly.
Teesdale Game and Poultry
Poultry, game, gammon, bacon, cheese, eggs, Durham Honey and a range of other food products.
Tel: 07801 280 665
Hodgson Fish – North East deliveries
Suppliers of fresh fish and seafood.
Tel: 01429 273169
William Peat Butchers – local deliveries
Suppliers of fresh meats and meat products.
Tel: 01833 638123
Food and Drink North East
Food and Drink North East has launched a virtual market, which features a number of local producers from across Durham. Visit the Food and Drink North East website.
Bishop Auckland Food Festival
With the cancellation of the Bishop Auckland Food Festival which was set to take place in April, a virtual market has been launched featuring producers who were due to appear at this year’s event, with many offering discounts and deliveries.
Visit the Bishop Auckland Food Festival website.
Local food and produce is sought out by more and more people who are looking for an authentic experience and who care where their food comes from. The vibrancy of farmers markets, the emergence of more and more food festivals across the country and the growing number of food tourists are evidence of this trend.
Taste Durham is for all businesses in Durham’s food and drink sector - producers, suppliers and retailers. It helps businesses identify themselves to their customers as a quality business that source locally and are proud of thecounty’s food heritage. It helps businesses stand out from the crowd, attract more customers and can make a real difference to the bottom line.
Contact: Lucy Wearne
T: 03000 261 225 E: firstname.lastname@example.org