​We grow our fruit side by side with nature. Therefore it is vital we continually improve and review our practices to ensure we are working in harmony with the eco-system to reduce our impact both locally and globally.

press to zoom

press to zoom

press to zoom

press to zoom
These are some of the sustainable processes we currently implement and regularly review on the farm:


  • ​Bees – we work with local beekeepers to introduce bees and have our own hives on site to help pollinate crops

  • Berry varieties – we choose soft fruit varieties for disease resistance so we can reduce our pesticide usage

  • Biological methods – our introduction of biological predators enhances nature’s combat and further reduces our use of pesticides

  • Carbon footprint – we undertake an annual audit of our carbon usage

  • Energy efficient heating – we use heat transfer from our coldstores to power laundry and shower facilities for staff

  • Environment and Conservation consultants – we work closely with consultants for advice on best practise in conservation of flora and fauna on our farm

  • Flood defences and collection points – we collect water from our farm buildings and recycle water from irrigation


  • Irrigation – our computerised-monitoring systems use the minimum amount of water, only feeding our berries when required

  • Recycling – we recycle our cardboard and farm waste where possible

  • Sensor-operated technology – we have installed taps in the packhouse and lighting around the farm which is sensor-operated to reduce water and electricity usage

  • Soil erosion reduction – we utilise tabletop production systems and drainage to minimise impact on the soil

  • Solar panels – we have installed solar technology to generate electricity and reduce consumption in the packhouse and farm operations

  • Waste reduction – we reduce our produce waste by searching for alternative uses such as selling waste to third parties.