Everything in our range of produce and products comes from the Isle of Wight.
Goats Kefir and Goats Milk from the fabulous Green Barn Dairy
Whole Milk from Calbourne Classics, a family run business based on a farm close to the sea in Shalfleet on the Isle of Wight
Milk from Briddlesford Farm
Butter from Briddlesford Farm
Cream from Calbourne Classics
Cream from Briddlesford Farm
Cheeses from the Isle of Wight Cheese Company
Cheese from Briddlesford Farm
Greek Yoghurt from Calbourne Classics
The freshest local meat from Cheverton Farm on the Isle of Wight
BREAD, CAKES & DONUTS
Freshly baked bread and doughnuts from Island Bakers
Cheesecake from Calbourne Classics
BAKE YOUR OWN & BREAKFAST
Gluten Free Bake Your Own Mixes from Twins, Margaret and Kathrine – A Free-From kitchen based on Brading High Street
Delicious Porridges, Muesli and Flours from Calbourne Watermills
CHUTNEYS, RELISHES. SAUCES & JAMS
Chutneys and relishes from the Ryde-based Borneo Pantry
A full range of Pestos, Jams and Chutneys from Pink’s, just down the road at North Perreton Farm, Merstone
Isle of Wight Honey from Tania McAllister, Bartons Cottage, Niton
Handmade dog treats made with all natural ingredients from The Pet Bistro
A fantastic range of Berry Bowls, Garlic Grater Bowls, Salt and Pepper Pots and Jug from Sandford based local potter Jude Allman
Framed Prints, Mounted Prints, Placemats & Coasters, Melamine Trays, Tea Towels & Notebooks from The Wight Pencil.
VIDEO FROM BORNEO PANTRY
One morning in February, with snow falling, one of our suppliers, Borneo Pantry, made a short impromptu video of the shop, hope you like it!
My normal Thursday delivery was bumped forward to today due to the imminent huge snowfall that’s predicted for Thursday. You are sure to be greeted by a big smile at The Pantry. Sam is open 7 days a week and only stocks Island made products such as myself, The Wight Pencil – Nicky Baker, Wild Island and Pinks Foods. Be sure to pop in if you are in the area of Godshill.
Posted by The Borneo Pantry on Tuesday, 27 February 2018
Do you know of anything else we should include in our range of produce from the Isle of Wight? If so, we’d love to hear from you.