White Row farm shops deli attracts visitors far and wide with many scrumptious delights. We have gathered our most popular home made
fresh food from our traditional scotch eggs and our award winning home reared sausage rolls to our collection of definitive cheeses. All gathered in one place to create unashamed luxury.
Thinking up new ready-to-eat foods for every meal, pies a plenty made with
rich buttery pastry and freshly cooked fillings. Perfect for picnics and instant lunches.
Whether its a brunch of ham and cheese or a full scale buffet our home reared hams will surpass all expectations. White Row have a fresh range of fresh food ready to be devoured, takeaway today.
Wraps & Baguettes. Fresh everyday from the field, butcher and kitchens.
White, brown or granary. You won't be left hungry. Pre order or pick up from the farmshop.
Get your appetite off to a flying start with our home made pies, quiches,
veggie or meat sausage rolls, timbales, pork pies, samosas and scotch eggs
Fresh tasty and made for any meal- our delicious salads are bursting with bright and exciting combinations using as much home grown produce as possible.
Infinite varieties a source of infinite pleasure! We pride ourselves on having the very best of British cheeses, handmade by artisans all over the country. Not forgetting our continental cousins who offer their finest cheeses alongside our own.
Cake is always a good idea, especially when its made to our own exclusive recipes using our best ingredients. Dig In!
COLD MEATS & PÂTÉS
When you need to impress let us help you build your best-ever charcuterie platter with our selection of cold cuts, home reared ham and pates.
PRE-ORDER & TAKEAWAYS
Be the host with the most! Deli orders, sandwiches, cheese boards. Phone us to see how we can make every moment matter with food to match the occasion.
Look for the signs on all of our fresh
produce, vegan, wheat and dairy free, we do our utmost to make sure there’s always something available.
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Our cheese counter stocks over 35 different varieties of cheese. Why not couple that with quince, dried figs and fruit roulades, and perhaps a good glass of the red stuff.
Here are a few of our favourites: