Hebridean Farm Shop
Not open to the public.
A start-up launched in early 2014, Hebridean Farm Shop isn't actually a farm shop - at least for now. It's a roving farmers' market stall, helping solve the thorny dilemma that all remote producers face: how to get your product to market. This turns things on its head, literally taking the produce to the market. Initially focused on sustainably, creel-caught shellfish, they bring clams and cockles, live langoustine, peat smoked scallops, squat lobster, crab and razor clams, as well as Hebridean gravadlax and bradan is gruth (smoked salmon and crowdie). They're also sourcing Hebridean beef and lamb, slowly matured and grazed on wild grasslands, rich seaweed and heather hills, as well as wild venison. Markets visited include Haddington; Dundee; Loch Lomond; Perth; Stockbridge in Edinburgh; Balgove Larder's Night Market in St Andrews; Stirling and Forfar - you can track their plans on Facebook and Twitter.