Carrob Growers

About

We are small-scale specialist organic fruit growers producing small quantities of a range of fruits. Our aim is to grow produce to maximise flavour and to encourage the wider use of fruit as part of a healthy lifestyle. To ensure optimum nutritional content is preserved, we only supply freshly picked to order or to local farmers' markets. Linked to this enterprise is a nursery producing fruit trees and bushes for garden/orchard planting. Although not officially certified under organic registration, these plants are fully integrated into our organic system and nurtured similarly.

The best of traditional and modern varieties are grown which perform well under organic cultivation methods in Wales and the Border counties. (Trained and specimen plants are available).

Map & Directions

Carrob Growers

Type:Local Food & Drink Producer

Llangunville, Llanrothal, Monmouthshire, NP25 5QL
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Tel01600 712451

Opening Times

* Usk Farmers' Market; 1st and 3rd Saturday
Monmouth Farmers' Market; Every 4th Saturday
Picked to order; 01600 712451

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