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1Allangrange Arms

At the Allangrange, we try to incorporate as much local ingredients and Scottish produce as we can find, using suppliers on the Black Isle and surrounding areas for organic meats, game, fruit and vegetables during the seasons, as well as local fisher… More Information

2Anderson

Award winning restaurant and pub using beef, venison, potatoes, veg, eggs and seasonal fruit from the Black isle. Also local shellfish, beer and cheeses. In the Summer, Jim and Anne also grow their own salads and some vegetables in their own garden a… More Information

3Bad Girl Bakery

Bad Girl Bakery is all about cake. Cake that tastes really, really good. We bake cakes that taste of more than sugar. We love to make cakes with interesting flavours that look really, really pretty. Our 'naked' cakes are our signature bakes: … More Information

6Black Isle Dairy

Launched in the summer of 2013, Black Isle Dairy is a small, family-run artisan ice cream company. Using creamy pasteurised milk from our own Black Isle dairy herd of Holstein and Jersey cows, our skilled milkologists make small batches of gelato-sty… More Information

7Black Isle Tarts

Luxury artisan sweet and savoury tarts made with fresh wholesome ingredients. Black Isle Tarts can be found at the local community markets in Cromarty, Culbokie and North Kessock as well as ordering directly online at www.blackisletarts.co.uk or at t… More Information

8Black 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

14Cromarty Stores

Licensed convenience store that sells meat from Munro's, dairy products from Black Isle Dairy and products from Highland Wholefoods. Also stocks a selection of organic items. More Information

22IV10

IV10 is an independent, family run café, bar and deli in Fortrose. Be it brunch, lunch or dinner or just a drink with friends, IV10 is a place to be enjoyed at any time of the day. Our intention is that IV10 will become a vibrant hub of the community and a go to destination for visitors to the Black Isle.More Information

23Knockfarrel 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

25Marie D’Souza Faulke Cookery

  • 15 Greenside Avenue, Rosemarkie, Fortrose IV10 8XA Ross-Shire
  • Tel: 01381-621460
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At my stall I sell Indian puff pastry patties, onion bhajias, vegetable samosas, frozen ‘ready meal’ curries, and a selection of home-made pickles, chutneys and jams. There are 8 different fillings in the patties, 4 of which are OK for ve… More Information

27Munro, John M - Beauly

Local butchers who source prime animals from across the Highlands at Dingwall Auction Mart, slaughter them at their abattoir in Dingwall and butcher the meat, including producing sausages, burgers etc. in their premises. Potatoes, carrots and turnips… More Information

34Red Poppy Catering

Red Poppy Catering has gained a fine reputation as one of the highest quality outside caterers and providers of wedding catering in and around the Highlands. RedPoppy's most popular menus can be provided but all can be personalised to suit your e… More Information

38Saladworx

Saladworx is a multi-award winning natural grower of salads, vegetables and fruit. saladworx produces gorgeous, original, quality dressings. Based on its own farm on North Coast 500 route just outside of Dornoch, saladworx  actually grows & … More Information

42The 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

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