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Hampshire Fare

Cows at a local Hampshire farm

Hampshire Fare (link opens in a new window) is a not-for-profit organisation, established since 1991 to encourage more people to use produce reared, grown or produced in Hampshire.  It aims to:

Local produce at Farmers' Market

A membership organisation, Hampshire Fare members all share a common desire to promote the best of Hampshire’s food, drink and craft.

Hampshire Fare is backed by Hampshire County Council and SEEDA as it plays an important part in sustaining Hampshire’s rural economy. It is also supported by Corporate Partners and Friends. The general public can be more involved as Friends of Hampshire Fare.

Hampshire Fare members include producers of food, drink and craft, farm shops, wine merchants, butchers, delicatessens and specialist food shops, caterers, home economists and cookery demonstrators, restaurants, cafes, visitor attractions, hotels and B&Bs

Examples of Hampshire Fare’s more recent successes include:

Hampshire Fare works closely with Hampshire Farmers’ Markets (link opens in a new window), which are a great showcase for Hampshire food, drink and craft. Many Hampshire Fare members sell directly to the public at these markets.


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