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M&S has a heritage of working closely with UK and Irish producers. Take a farm tour below to meet some of the individuals who supply us and find out about the work they do, in support of our Plan A commitments, to produce fantastic quality food and flowers.
Our strawberries from Jon and Marion Regan's family farm in Kent.
Airdrie Farm, near Dumfries in the south west of Scotland, is home to hen-lovers Semple Kelly and Emily Davidson.
John Chinn supplies M&S with all of its UK asparagus. Find out how his asparagus has become the first and last to be grown in the UK each year
Berkshire dairy farmer Mark Robins is a long-standing M&S milk supplier and was involved in developing our 'better for you' low saturated fat milk.
Carl Fairey supplies M&S with Jazz apples from the Hawke's Bay area in New Zealand. Find out the improvements that have been made to make his Waimea orchard more sustainable...
Ceri Lewis supplies M&S with New Zealand lamb. Find out how the Mount Linton estate has been transformed into sustainable agricultural land...
Peter Stirling supplies M&S with sprouts and strawberries. Find out why the location of his farm and his production methods ensure that his produce is of the highest quality
Denis Lynn supplies M&S with all of its UK farmed venison. Find out how he ensures the highest welfare standards for his deer and manages his estate to protect biodiversity
If you venture into the East Anglian countryside then you might not be surprised to hear the birds singing. After all, the area is well known for its prolific bird life.
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