Our own produce from the farm welcomes you on arrival to our food hall; we grow over 50 different types of fruit and vegetables, and when in season they are picked fresh every morning especially for the Farm Shop - wonky or not, nothing is wasted and there is no need for plastic packaging!
As well as our own produce, our food hall is packed full incredible food and drink from small-scale, family run, artisan producers. The source of products is of the upmost importance to us, and many of our suppliers have become good friends over the years. It is the passion, time and expertise that our artisans put into their products that makes them special and unique.
Each year we have a extraordinary celebration with our many food producers and friends ... watch the Harvest Supper video below
We work with incredible local artisan producers and farmers who share our passion for creating something with provenance and meaning, growing or sourcing the best ingredients and respecting time-honoured traditions. By supporting these producers, we not only put the best produce on your table, but also put food on the tables of local dairy farmers, butchers, bakers, confectioners, veg growers, cider makers, distillers and everyone who makes up the rich tapestry of our countryside culture.
Where we are unable to source locally, we go to our friends across Europe and the rest of the world to find and source the best artisan foods, that are celebrated in their local areas. From Champagne and unique wines, to delicious Italian treats and world class olive oils.
With over 17,000 visitors a week, Darts Farm prides itself on its exceptional customer experience & the warm, friendly atmosphere around the store, enhanced by the Dart brothers’ hands on management, family involvement & their passionate members of staff.
You haven't got to be a Scot to enjoy what we have got! Get into the Burns Night spirit with the best Macsween Haggis from our Master Butchers, potatoes from our fields and world-class local Dartmoor Whisky from our Drinks Cellar. If you are feeling creative in the kitchen, why not try making chicken Balmoral or a hearty haggis shepherd's pie!
This rich and tasty haggis shepherd’s pie is perfect for Burns Night – kids and adults alike will gobble it up.
Join our friend and founder of DeliVita, Marco, along with DeliVita chefs David & Peter, and discover everything you need to know about the incredible woodfired oven; from how to light and setting it up, to cooking mouth-watering meals and delicious snacks.
Join us and our in-house expert chocolatier, Louise, on Wednesday 9th February and learn everything you need to know about chocolate; from origin to chocolate making.
Crafted by our Head Winemaker, Alex, at our Pebblebed Vineyard; using the traditional Champagne method, with a minimum of two years on lees (fermenting) in the Pebblebed cellars, before the sediment is removed in the winery. The blend of Seyval Blanc and Rondo grapes make for delicate red berry and rose petal flavours, balanced with a fresh acidity.