Enjoy the great tastes of Wales and support Welsh talent

Where our food and drink comes from is important to us. We take pride in sourcing sustainably, with care.

Many of the fantastic tastes you experience with us have their roots in the hard work of people in communities up and down Wales.

We buy our food and drink locally where we can, so you can enjoy the great tastes of Wales. At the same time, we’re helping talented Welsh suppliers to thrive and giving back to Welsh communities, supporting local jobs and flourishing local economies.

Added to this, shorter, more sustainable supply chains are also better for the environment.


Who are our suppliers?

We’re building relationships with suppliers who share our commitment to using authentic Welsh produce.

But for us, it’s about more than just using local food and drink. It's our commitment to sustainability and having a positive impact on Welsh communities and the Welsh economy.

We only work with suppliers who share our values and commitment to fairer pay, safer working environments and reducing packaging as well as their carbon impact. 


Here's the story of just a few of our suppliers

Radnor Hills

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Naturally rock-filtered, it’s rich in minerals. Radnor bottle exceptionally pure spring water to quench your thirst.

Radnor has invested in a state-of-the-art, on-site recycling facility. Their plastic bottles are 100% recyclable and made of 30% recycled material. 

They also play an active role in the local communities of Powys, including sponsoring the Radnor 7’s Rugby Festival in Knighton and the Presteigne Carnival.

Visit Radnor's website


Celtic Pride

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We’re proud to support Wales’ farmers by bringing you top-quality Welsh beef.

Celtic Pride is a premium brand of Castell Howell, Wales’ leading independent food service wholesaler.

Wales’s landscape and climate means we enjoy abundant grasslands for animal grazing, so our farms aren’t dependent on imported, energy-intensive feed. This brings you beef reared the Welsh way – less carbon, more social value.

Visit Celtic Pride's website


Welsh Brew Tea

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Did someone mention a cuppa? In Wales it's known as a 'Paned'.

Fancy a 'Paned Gymreig' from Gower-based Welsh Brew Tea? They use the finest teas to brew the perfect Paned.

They’ve developed biodegradable tea bags and reduced the amount of packaging they use by offering loose leaf tea. They’re working with their suppliers to reduce the amount of plastic found in their packaging. Their tea and coffee is also certified by the Rainforest Alliance.

Visit Welsh Brew's website


Tregroes Waffles

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Did you know you can balance a Tregroes Waffle on your mug of coffee or tea to warm up its delicious butter toffee, milk or dark chocolate filling?

Tregroes has been baking these scrumptious treats in Llandysul in the Teifi Valley for over 40 years and they’re available on our trolley service for you to try.

An employee-owned business, most of Tregroes’ workforce comes from Llandysul and the surrounding area. Every hour, they expertly roll 18,000 freshly baked waffles on their new state-of-the-art production line.

Visit Tregroes Waffles’ website