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Our ranges

We've got some delicious treats in store, from cakes and bakes by Gadsby's to our Love Local range. There's also food-to-go, dinner for tonight, chilled wines and beers and a large Free From range.

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Food matters

Food matters

From free range eggs and supporting British producers to reducing our impact on the environment, we've got ethics at our heart.

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Alfred Enderby

Grimsby Traditional Smoked Haddock is the only product in Lincolnshire to have the Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status from the European Union, the same protection afforded to products such as Champagne, Parma Ham and Cornish clotted cream.

Axholme Brewing Company

‘Any beer worth brewing, is worth brewing right’ Axholme Brewing Company says, and it certainly sticks to those words.

Batemans Brewery

Batemans has been brewing ‘Good Honest’ real ale since 1874 and is now one of the few family brewers still in existence in the country.

Belvoir Farm

Belvoir cordials are delicious and full of real fruit juices and fresh water from the Belvoir spring.

Blyton Ice Cream

Blyton Ice Cream is a family-run, award winning business with over 30 years of experience in providing tasty ice creams for customers.

Bomber County Produce

Bomber County Produce are committed to providing the finest, freshest grown and harvested produce.

Bottomley Distillers Ltd

Bottomley Distillers Ltd was founded in 2016 in the market town of Louth.

Chapman's Fishcakes

‘Lincolnshire potatoes and Grimsby fish – made for each other’.

Coastal Distillery

Situated just a few hundred yards from Mablethorpe’s golden north beach, Coastal Distillery is a family-run business founded in 2017.

Cote Hill Cheese

Since the first truckle was made, cheese from Cote Hill Farm has been served to diners at Lords Cricket Ground and praised by foodies like The Hairy Bikers and Tom Parker-Bowles.

Docks Beers

Putting the ‘graft into craft beer’, Docks Beers are the first locally-produced craft canned beers to be sold by Lincolnshire Co-op.

Elgoods Brewery

A family-owned brewery, the Elgoods have been brewing on the banks of the River Nene for over 225 years.

Fairburn's Eggs

In 1951, Leslie Fairburn founded a poultry business with just £150 and 150 hens.

Fen Spirits

Fenlands Spirits and Liqueurs is a family owned and run distillery founded in May 2016.

Ferry Ales Brewery

It was a mutual nod between two strangers on a train platform which began the foundations for Ferry Ales Brewery, or F.

Gadsby's Bakery

The craft bakers at Gadsby's Bakery make over five million packets of bread, cakes and other tasty treats each year.

Gelston Lamb

Chris and Louise Elkington are a husband and wife team and they started their flock with 2 pet sheep back in 2008.

Grantham Gin

Established in the late part of 2018, Grantham Gin was created to celebrate the local heritage and to pay tribute to its famous people and iconic events in history.

Grantham Gingerbread

When it comes to the biscuit barrel, gingerbread is often shunned in favour of a more delicate treat, but Grantham Gingerbread is unlike any of its kind.

Grasmere Farm

The Lincolnshire sausage is something of a treasure and you can’t get one much more traditional than one that’s handmade with care using locally-reared meat.

Jane Haigh cards

Jane, a self-taught painter, has always been an artsy type of person but in recent years she decided to turn the hobby into a career.

Jenny's Jams

A successful trip to a ‘pick your own farm’ back in the summer of 2005 was where Jenny Smith’s jam business began.

Laughing Dog

Situated in heart of the Lincolnshire countryside in Old Leake near Boston, Laughing Dog has been around since 1936.

Lincoln Distillery

The Lincoln Distillery Ltd began life in early 2017 and was the first commercial distillery in Lincoln since 1863.

Lincolnshire Craft Beers

There's a growing number of discerning beer drinkers looking for quality, local beverages – and Lincolnshire Craft Beers is well-practiced at quenching their thirst.

Lincolnshire Drizzle Company

A love of food, especially the healthy variety, has driven the innovation and development of the Lincolnshire Drizzle Company.

Lincolnshire Honey

The Pont family and their bees have been making honey from the fields and hedgerows around Lincoln for four generations.

Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese

When it first came out in 1992 it was so popular that customers at the village shop were limited to just a quarter of a pound each.

Lincolnshire Pork Co

Lincolnshire Pork Co is a family farming business run by the Ward family.

Lincolnshire Tea and Coffee Company

In 2013, the team behind Lincolnshire Tea and Coffee turned a true passion for the beverages into a business, supplying fine leaf tea, roasted coffee, machines and training, with a focus on excellent service.

Lymn Bank Cheese

The Grinstead family first moved to Lymn Bank with a dream of becoming self-sufficient.

Milestone Brewery

In the quaint little village of Cromwell, on the edge of Newark nestles their modern Brew House.

Mountain’s Boston Sausage

Juicy and packed with flavour – there’s nothing quite like a banger from Mountain’s Boston Sausage.

Mr Huda's

Making an authentic curry paste can mean sourcing at least 15 different ingredients from fresh coriander to black cardamom.


Myers Bakery has existed in one form or another for over a hundred years.


Fulbeck Farms near Grantham is a traditional family farm and the home of award winning Ownsworth’s Rapeseed Oil.

Pheasantry Brewery

Back in 2012, Mark and Mary Easterbrook transformed their original farm buildings, situated just outside of East Markham, into a microbrewery.

Pipers Crisps

Staff at Pipers Crisps in Elsham, North Lincolnshire, pride themselves on producing a crisp with a little more substance than your average potato snack.

Pocklington's Bakery

Chris Pocklington is at the helm of the business in Withern which first began with his grandfather in 1924.

Pro Logs

Pro Logs supply high-quality seasoned fire wood, kiln dried fire wood, kindling and coal across Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire.

Scaman's Eggs

Scaman’s Eggs are a multiple award-winning small business based in the beautiful Lincolnshire countryside in Fulstow.

Silver Spoon

Silver Spoon has a passion for all things local, supplying our Lincolnshire Co-op food stores with homegrown sugar.

Skidbrooke Cyder Co.

Guy and Kate Williams, who are based near Louth, began making cider in 2004 to use up their surplus apples.


On a clear, crisp day, just as the apples are being delicately picked from their trees, it’s easy to be amazed by the beauty of fields and fields full of shiny, green Bramleys.

Stokes Tea & Coffee

Stokes Tea & Coffee in the heart of Lincoln is a family business that has been proud to serve up the best food and drink for well over a century.

Taylors Bulbs

Taylors Bulbs was first established in 1919 by Otto Augustus Taylor on his return from the First World War.

The Edwards Potato Vodka Company

Located just a few miles from where their spirit’s main ingredient was first cultivated in Brigg, Elsham Wold Distillery have committed 8 years of passion and hard work to bring their vision of ‘soil to spirit’ to life.

The Naked Marshmallow Co.

The Naked Marshmallow Co was founded back in 2014 by Ollie and Joseph after they had a lightbulb moment.

The Oink Company

The Oink Company is a family-run business founded by Mike Holman, a former pig farmer and brewer of award-winning beers.

The Ruffs

Comprising of Mick Brommell, Glynn Pout and Trevor Glen, The Ruffs began around a pub table at the Golden Cross in Billinghay.

Uncle Henry’s

"From farm to fork" is a phrase that’s heard a lot nowadays, but for the team at Uncle Henry’s it’s a mantra they live by.


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