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Reynolds is one of the UK's leading fresh fruit & vegetable distributors and fresh...
At Reynolds we work extremely closely with our growers. We get involved in every aspect of the food production and distribution process, from seed planting through to produce transportation and final delivery.
Our supplier relationships are based on long-term partnerships. We know this is the best way to ensure food security for ourselves and our customers, as well as the consistent quality and availability that Reynolds is best known for.
Our growers are based all around the world. This means we can buy the best quality seasonal produce when it’s available to ensure consistent quality and availability all year round.
Here are just a few of the growers we have worked with over the past 12 months:
Gareth McCambridge grows much of Reynolds’ lettuce, celery, babyleaf and radishes in the Cambridgeshire Fens on JB. Shropshire & Sons Farms.
Winterwood Farms in Maidstone, Kent, since 1978. From small beginnings, the company now has 12 farms in 4 countries, and has traditionally specialised in the niche markets of currants and gooseberries, as well as out-of-season production.
Farming 750 acres in and around Holt Heath, Worcestershire, Harper Farming grow and pack a range of summer vegetables for Reynolds.
T H Clements, located on the East Coast of Lincolnshire just north of Boston is one of Reynolds main suppliers of Brassicas, supplying Cauliflower, Broccoli, Cabbages, Spring Greens and Brussels Sprouts.
F Tooke & Sons today boasts 120 acres producing excellent quality Bramley, Conference, Cox and Jonagold apples, with 2000 tonnes of CA storage and a BRC certified Packhouse, run by the longserving brothers Mark and Martyn Hearl.
The farm started producing salads in 1988. In the 1990’s the Iceberg range was trialled and expanded quickly, with additional focus on continental leaf salads.
Colin Hill grows a range of Chinese vegetables and herbs across three counties in the South of England: Berkshire, Hampshire and West Sussex.
Reynolds is delighted to be able to offer customers the chance to purchase rare fruit varieties from the UK’s National Fruit Collection.
Reynolds’ grower, William Boers from Westland Nurseries, is an expert in this most innovative product area.
Barfoots of Botley is a British company that was started in 1976 by Peter Barfoot.
Hugh Lowe Farms, owned by Jon and Marion Regan, is based in Kent. Marion’s great-grandfather, Bernard Champion, planted his first crop of strawberries here in 1893, to supply the family’s stall in the Old Covent Garden Market.
A fourth generation farmer from Worcestershire, Paul Southall is one of our key growers of courgettes.
Brothers Jake and Mark Thompson are third generation farmers.
John Portass is a leading fruit farmer from the superb fruit growing region of Wisbech.
Staples grow over 14,000 acres of vegetables on the fertile lands across North & South Lincolnshire, Suffolk and the Isle of Wight.
R&RW Bartlett is a fifth generation family owned business, located near Lichfield in Staffordshire, supplying Reynolds with top quality carrots, parsnips and turnips.
John Chinn is a third generation farmer based in the beautiul
Wye Valley, a region perfectly suited to growing asparagus.