Box Schemes

The Black Isle is served by several local vegetable box schemes, a fish box, and even a cake box! You can find their details below;

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

2Fishbox

A seafood subscription service that delivers fresh, sustainable fish and shellfish direct to your door (or desk!) within 48 hours of being landed. All of our products are freshly caught from Scottish waters ensuring your next meal is as delicious and… More Information

3Knockfarrel 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

5The Scottish Unbakery

  • 12 Torgormack, Beauly IV4 7AQ
  • Tel: 07724 478982

At the Scottish Unbakery we cater for all food allergies and intolerances and we only use the finest quality ingredients, most locally sourced. We do outside catering , private dinner parties and can be found at many local events and markets. We also… More Information

6Tollie Fruit and Veg Farm

We are a small and friendly family run croft in the heart of Brahan. We produce seasonal fruit and veg at affordable prices, putting quality before cost. We grow soft fruit for pick your own in summer. We grow seasonal root vegetables for veg… More Information

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Eating seasonally

  • 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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