We, in the Garden Of Elveden, really want you to love our fresh produce as much as we do and that is why we go to great lengths to ensure that our crops, grown on the Elveden Estate or by our selected growers, are nurtured, harvested, handled and packed with the utmost care.
We are pleased to work with a broad range of retail, wholesale, foodservice, processing, prepared foods and export customers supplying them with a wide range of potatoes and vegetables.
To become a valued customer or to find you nearest Garden Of Elveden stockist please email: email@example.com or call us on 01842 898 062.
We believe that our broad customer base is not only good for our business but also good for our growers as it enables us to offer them a full service to all market sectors.
We are always keen to talk to other like-minded growers. Contact us to discuss your ideas on 01842 898 062.
Once you have purchased Garden Of Elveden produce we want to do all we can to help you enjoy it. On this page we will be posting information on our varieties and a selection of recipes from Chef Peter McBurnie. Peter’s thoroughbred experience in the kitchen is unquestionable. He was head chef at Claridges of London for 14 years, toured as a chef with the Prince and Princess of Wales and developed the first raw sushi suitable for supermarkets. Enjoy.
The name Elveden is said to come from the Old English ‘ælfa-dene‘ or ‘elves' valley'. Whilst no elves have been spotted recently, the Elveden Estate does support 25% of the UK population of Stone Curlews, is host to very rare plants; some of which grow no-where else in the world and is inhabited by four species of deer; Red, Roe, Fallow and Muntjac. The estate includes many areas that have been designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest and which are internationally renowned as examples of rare lowland heathland.
The Elveden Estate has been privately owned by the world-famous Guinness family since 1894 with Rupert Guinness, great great grandson of Arthur Guinness, transforming the lands for agricultural use in 1927. Prior to the Guinness family, the estate was owned by the Maharajah Duleep Singh, the last Maharajah of the Sikh Empire.