Eggs

1Black Isle Veg Boxes (Fearniewell Croft)

  • Fearniewell, Muiryden, Fortrose IV10 8SW Ross-Shire
  • Tel: 07540 049 554
  • Web: blackisleveg.co.uk

Local, organic, seasonal vegetables from our family croft near Fortrose & other Scottish growers. We deliver the freshest home grown & locally sourced produce to your door. Fruit, edible flowers, eggs, beef, lamb, mutton, wool & sheep ski… More Information

2Buckie Fresh Fish

  • Old Station Yard, Marine Place, Buckie AB56 1UT Aberdeenshire
  • Tel: Call Lachlan if you would like him to stop by or if you want anything special - 07989 436447

Wide range of fresh fish including haddock and other pelagic fish from Peterhead and Buckie. Salmon from Shetland. Herring from Orkney. Scallops from the west coast. Also Buckie smoked kippers and salmon. Eggs and potatoes. More Information

8Glachbeg Croft Centre

Small croft producing eggs, freezer packs of beef from Shetland cattle, and lamb. Also runs education courses for public, schools and adults with support needs. See website for information and contact Bob Bull if interested in meat orders. Eggs are s… More Information

10Knockfarrel Produce

Knockfarrel Produce is a small family run organic croft nestled beneath the iron age hill fort of Knockfarrel. We grow fresh healthy food for local customers. Choose from a wide range of veg, free range eggs, preserves, sausages, bacon, ham and pesto… More Information

15The Cheese House

Dutch and Scottish cheese specialist offering locally produced accompaniments too - chutneys, savoury biscuits, sweet delights. 'Independent Retailer of the Year' in the Highlands & Islands Food and Drink Awards 2016. Find out more in our… More Information

16The Egg Box

We have two Egg Box vending machines, one at Balmuchy Farm, Fearn, Easter Ross and one at Rosefarm Cromarty. The free range eggs business was set up at Balmuchy as a new venture for the farm in June 2006. The laying hens live at Balmuchy Farm and we … More Information

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  • Why not ask your local shopkeeper or market stallholders to recommend the best of what’s fresh now? 
  • Go on a nature walk, but take along a wild food book instead of a wildlife guide.   
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