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The Black Mountain Food Hub is a co-operative CIC in Carmarthenshire working to promote Food Sovereignty by connecting local food producers with local consumers.
If you’re in the area and you’d like to sign up as a producer, please get in touch.
Below you can sign up to our newsletter. The newsletter also works as the weekly notice for the Hub’s order cycle. The newsletter contains news about producers and food on the hub and food related events.
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When: Saturday 3rd March 11-3 Where: Newton House/Dinefwr The Patchwork Farm is a collaborative growing project looking to recruit producers of vegetables, fruit and herbs to sell through the Black Mountain Food Hub. This year is slowly warming up and we are searching for more growers and farmers to help us make a vibrant local Read more about Patchwork Farm Group Meeting[…]
Our cheese dreams have come true at last with Carmarthenshire Cheese joining the food hub this week, to promote and sell their range of cheese hampers on our Christmas order cycle for pick up or local delivery 22 December. Steve and Sian have over 60 years combined experience in the cheese industry and they are Read more about Blessed are the Cheese Makers![…]
How good would it be if your fresh morning coffee didn’t just set you up for the day – but also set up a whole community for a better way of life? Well, with Cafe Rebelde Zapatista coffee, you really can make a difference. Cafe Rebelde is sourced directly from the farming communities in Chiapas, Read more about Zapatistas on the Food Hub[…]
The season is about to come to an end and we can look back on an eventful year where new things were started that got the hub ‘growing’. Our local patch work farmers that braved to start growing have made a good start as vegetable producers. It has been such a pleasure to know where Read more about Looking ahead to the next season[…]
OCTOBER 21 at the TYWI CENTRE, LLANDEILO. 10 am to 6.30 pm. Dinefwr Farm, Llandeilo SA19 6RT NEWS: SEVERE WEATHER WARNING: The MET has promised strong winds in the morning of the event. Storm ‘Brian’ should move east however and leave us alone in the afternoon. Either way, we are going to be indoors in Read more about Community Potluck[…]
The Food Hub is a community initiative and the more people get involved the more the Hub will become a people’s Hub where customers and producers feel empowered to influence and be a part of the hub’s initiatives and growth. Now that the Food Hub’s orders are growing, we are looking for people who are Read more about Volunteer with the hub![…]
Some of you have recently obtained a sour dough starter from the food hub as part of signing up as a seed member. But baking bread using a starter is not at all common practice these days and many people have asked how exactly to use this little living pet consisting of a million + Read more about A bit about your sourdough starter[…]
We are very pleased to announce that the Food Hub now will be selling 100% Grass Fed Organic Welsh Black Beef form our new producer John James of Ferm Tyllwyd, near Brechfa. John James and his son Daffyd are the third and forth generations at Fferm Tyllwyd, a 200 acre farm near Felingwm Uchaf over Read more about Now Available – 100% Grass Fed Organic Beef[…]
If you would like to support us by making regular orders you can become a part of the food hub’s seed group. As a seed group member you commit to buy for a minimum of £20 every month for a year. In this way you help the food hub get established and grow. In return Read more about Support us by becoming a seed-group member![…]
Graham has been selling from the honesty box since October last year and consistently sell between 5 and 10 loaves every Saturday. Since last month he has also been selling up to 8 loaves to Ginhaus Deli in Llandeilo, and I’ve recently been listed on the Black Mountain Food Hub for Saturday collection in Llansadwrn. Read more about Barasadwrn – Surveying Demand[…]