The Edible Acre is helping to rebuild local food economies

We believe that changing the way we produce and distribute food is fundamental to solving the world’s most pressing social and ecological problems.

About The Edible Acre

We are Nicky & Lily, a mother/daughter duo.

The Edible Acre is a small regenerative no-dig market garden set upon a 1 acre site, which was once used as a plant nursery.

We have over 40 no-dig beds and 2 large glasshouses used for food production for our veg box scheme and wholesale to local chefs & restaurants.

We work with the land in a re-generative way, using Organic principles and techniques to create an abundant garden and nourishing food. We specialise in salad, herbs, an array of vegetables and interesting and heritage variety tomatoes. Growing vegetables has always been a fundamental in our lives and creating The Edible Acre has been a chance for us to share this foundation and get fresh, quality & local produce to our community.

Fair prices for farmers and artisan food producers is vital

We pay our suppliers at least 50% of the retail value for any products we buy in, and when dealing with wholesalers, we check to make sure they pay fair prices to their growers.

The benefits of buying local

Local food supports local economies. Food grown in the local community supports local jobs and encourages variety in our diets. It also requires less transportation, so it's fresher and has a smaller environmental footprint.

Fresher food

Reduced food miles

Support local jobs

Respect for the food system

Fewer preservatives

Better value for money

Reduced packaging

Passionate and enthusiastic team of awesome people!

— Patrick

We've got some great people

Meet some of our committed The Edible Acre crew who work hard to bring you the tastiest local food. If you would like to be part of the team, get in touch.

Get started!

Your first box is only a few clicks away. Get a box of fresh, local food in your kitchen soon, packed with care and supporting your local farmers and artisan producers.