Williams & Johnson Coffee Co
Todd and Zach, two young men with a love of good coffee, roasting beans here in Leith. By focusing on single origin and seasonal blends that change throughout the year they are able to keep it interesting as well as fresh. They source their coffee through Nordic Approach, a company that offers transparency throughout the chain and ensure producers receive premiums for their crops.
Pekoe Tea of Edinburgh was established in 2006. They build strong relationships with their suppliers from around the world and trade ethically with small companies and estates, guaranteeing the freshest and highest quality teas available.
As a fourth generation family run business, the Mitchell have been farming at Clentrie Farm by Auchtertool since 1904. Their pigs are fed on barley and bedded on loose straw which they grow themselves. They give the animals the care and attention they need to have a 'happy' life.
Phantassie is based just 25 miles from Edinburgh. They grow using natural compost and manure, using crop rotation, green manuring and companion planting to aid the strength and fertility of the soil. They use absolutely no chemical sprays, fertilisers or pesticides. We also get our organic eggs from their really happy chickens. Any produce they don't grow themselves is sourced from other certified organic producers.
Breadshare Community Bakery
Breadshares' mission is to serve and involve the community by making excellent, nutritious bread using organic ingredients and distinctive local products. Breadshare deservedly won Bakery of the Year 2016 at the Food Awards Scotland.