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Buying local in Newquay

In recent years, a flurry of places selling local produce has opened in the north coast’s largest town, including a new vineyard, several sourdough bakeries and delis. Its weekly farmers’ market, held in the bustling heart of the town, is a great place to get hold of all your fresh produce and Cornish goodies to take back home. Mawgan Porth, five miles north, is home to a brilliant beachfront food market supporting local suppliers and artisan food producers.

Farm shops, markets and refill shops

Newquay Farmers’ Market

A vibrant monthly Sunday market in the centre of town selling food from local producers, small businesses and independent crafters.

Trevilley Farm Shop, Newquay

Working family farm selling home-reared meat and veg, and produce from over 100 suppliers. Special ‘Cornish Essentials’ food boxes for holidaymakers with free delivery to local postcodes.

The Good Lyfe, Newquay

Established by two friends, this shop sells ethical and plastic-free products, including stationary, gifts, homeware items, bath and body products, toys and books. Shop online and have it delivered to your holiday home.

Vineyards, breweries and juice bars

The Atlantic Vineyard, Newquay

Cornwall’s newest vineyard, on the edge of Newquay, specialises in eco-friendly wines and will be opening its doors in 2023 with tastings, tours and wine shop.

The Bearded Brewery, St Mawgan

An award-winning cider brewery in the countryside near Newquay airport, with tours, tastings and bottle shop for takeaways. Cafe and restaurant on site.

Oak and Maple, Newquay

(Pictured) Delicious cold press juices, such as Super Roots and Apple Snap, made on site using 100% raw ingredients. Local delivery available or collection in store.

Delis, bakeries and food stores

Cornish Fresh, Mawgan Porth

(Pictured) This beachfront food market stocks fresh bread, pastries and pasties, as well as pantry staples, spirits and wine, plus stone baked takeaway pizzas.

The Bottle, Newquay

Cheese and cured meats counter featuring plenty of Cornish varieties, crackers and condiments, local wine and ciders, plus a refillable wine service.

Morris Pasties, Newquay

Founded 45 years ago, this pasty shop still uses the same secret family recipe to create what are widely regarded as the best pasties in town.

Gorse Bakery, Newquay

A little hidden gem on Newquay’s outskirts selling sourdough, sandwiches and small batch bread and pastries — and legendary doughnuts.

Pavillion Bread, Newquay

Cafe and bakery in the heart of town serving their own organic sourdough bread and pastries, including reportedly the best cinnamon buns in Cornwall!

Sprout Health Foods, Newquay

Cafe and shop selling local products, such as honey and fresh fruit and veg, and a variety of health and wellbeing foods and items.

The Village Stores, St Mawgan

Shop and tea room stocking fresh Cornish produce, locally baked goods, wine, beers and spirits. and local artisan food and gifts, plus delicious preserves and tea room treats.

Crab and lobster at Fernpit Cafe, Newquay

Crab and lobster caught by cafe’s own fishing boat in local waters. Shellfish can be bought live or cooked to eat on the beach or take home.