Why use Greendale?
Greendale Farm Shop
The Kings Arms Otterton
Win a Devon Weekend Break
We are delighted to offer the chance to win a two-night stay for two people at the Kings Arms Otterton. The Prize includes a Greendale Hamper on arrival, full of the Westcountry's finest produce; breakfast and dinners are also included.
Nestled in the heart of beautiful Otterton, The Kings Arms is a traditional Devon pub, full of old-world charm. This cosy, dog-friendly pub is an ideal pit-stop on walks along the nearby coast; it’s also close to the River Otter and handy for the beaches at Budleigh Salterton and Sidmouth.
Award Winning Butchers
Recent winners of the 'Best South West Butchers' by the Taste of the West, Greendale’s butchers prepare all our meat on-site at the farm shop using meat from our own farm. With years of experience, they are always on hand to help customers with expert advice about choosing the right cut of meat and the best way to cook or prepare it. If you’re buying online, rest assured that this same expertise has been put to good use to ensure your purchase is exactly right; you’ll find all of our meat is available in a wide range of cuts and portions, ready-packed for fast delivery.
At Greendale we have our own fishing fleet, which means we can supply our fish counter with regular fresh catches that can be traced directly back to the sea. Our boats work out of Exmouth, Brixham and Newlyn, and catch a variety of fish from Westcountry waters; for example, our potting vessel, Becci of Ladram, keeps us well topped up with a selection of fresh fish and shellfish, while the Emily J, our scallop boat, is based in nearby Exmouth. To learn more about the Greendale fishing fleet (including our interactive tracking map), click here.
See where our fishing fleet is right now and learn about the crew and captains of our vessels.
From Boat to Plate - The Fishmongers
Featuring Michael Caines
Part 2 of our trilogy of films - From Boat to Plate - focuses on the Fishmongers. On a recent visit to Greendale Farm Shop, Michael Caines speaks to James the fishmonger about the importance of using local ingredients, noting freshness, seasonality, food miles, good value and a positive impact on the local economy as key factors. .
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