With over 40 years in the fruit and vegetable industry, The Heritage Fine Food Company are a BRC certified business based in the heart of Wiltshire.

Ken, our managing director, started as a grower in Bromham when he was 20 years old, eventually opening 37 greengrocery shops with his brother, Neil. The shops all closed in the 1990s as food shopping moved to out-of-town supermarkets. At this point, Ken moved into wholesale supplying restaurants, cafes, care homes and schools.

Family runs through the heart of our business and therefore we are a very family-focused business and care incredibly for our staff and our community. Find out more about our team on our blog.

After a roaring success in the wholesale business, in 2005, the 5ADAY box subscription service was born, and last year, during the global pandemic, we launched Heritage at Home, as a grocery home delivery and click and collect service.

Locally sourced wherever possible

We have a fantastic relationship with local growers, farmers, artisans and suppliers, giving us a varied supply of seasonal and fresh produce throughout the year.

Wherever possible, we source from the South West or the UK, supporting local producers is extremely important to us. When we are forced to look further afield, we like to make sure we know that what we are buying is of great quality and is grown in a socially and environmentally friendly way.

All our set seasonal boxes take advantage of local and seasonal produce and contents will vary each week. As longstanding suppliers to the catering trade, we know what’s in season and can supply it at competitive prices.

A large percentage of our fresh vegetables are sourced and supplied from Mr Paget in Bromham, a childhood friend of Ken’s. The soils at Bromham are world-renowned for their unique mineral properties and their ability to produce an early crop.

Our meat is sourced directly from the farm where we are based at Lowerfields Farm in Coate.

We also work with a local, independent fishmonger, Premier Fish – the fresh fish is sourced from ports and day boats across the UK and is delivered daily. They only use reputable suppliers who have been fully audited and fully understand the importance of sustainability and have procedures in place to help to protect our fisheries and fishermen throughout the UK.

And of course, not forgetting our local artisans – from honey produced down the road to locally craft-brewed beers and cheese, we are always keen to showcase and sell from local suppliers.

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First-class customer service

We pride ourselves in our first-class customer services and will always go above and beyond for our customers, if we’ve made a mistake we will endeavour to correct it as soon as we can.  It’s so much more than selling for us, we really do like to get to know our customers and develop that two-way relationship.

Sustainability

From farm to fork, we work hard to be as sustainable as we can be by reducing, reusing, repurposing and recycling wherever possible.  We are constantly reviewing and introducing efficient working practices. We work hard to minimise packaging. We also look closely at the suppliers we work with to align sustainable practices as much as possible. We work closely with Grist Environmental Waste Solutions to ensure that we avoid as much as we can from going into landfills. You can find out more about our sustainability steps.

Proud to Partner with Marco Pierre White

At the end of 2020 we started working closely with Marco Pierre White and now supply a large number of his restaurants across the South West, as well as his very own hotel/restaurant The Rudloe Arms, based in Corsham.  In February 2021, Marco filmed further BBC Maestro episodes and our produce was used.  It is a testament to Heritage Fine Foods that he uses our produce and personally recommends us.

Some benefits to buying from Heritage

  • Supports local farmers, suppliers and artisans with seasonal produce, always fresh.
  • Free contactless delivery with friendly, helpful drivers.
  • A lifeline for those self-isolating and those not wanting to visit a supermarket.
  • Wider choice of produce, often unavailable from supermarkets
  • Farm to fork quality produce at competitive prices.
  • Choice of different sized boxes
  • Free recipe suggestions and magazines.
  • Cuts food miles so better for the environment.
  • A socially responsible company that cares for its community.
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