Who We Are

Strawberry Fields is situate in the Lincolnshire Fens, ten miles north of Boston at the foot of the Wolds; an island of fifty-three acres in a sea of grain.

A small family concern, we grow an extensive range of “inspirational vegetables” and herbs, including the more exotic and unusual. (see what we grow). These we supply to shops, box schemes and wholesale to market outlets.

After an apprenticeship selling through the supermarkets, we now concentrate on supplying outlets where our produce retains its identity and our customer relationship is pivotal to the success of our enterprise. Our reputation is built on quality, reliability, continuity and personal service!

It is with great pleasure that we can now announce that all our packaging is biodegradable. It comes after three years of blood, sweat and mostly tears and a saga more far-fetched than an episode of East Enders. It has been a minefield to negotiate and how I wish I had listened from the back seat in the GCE Chemistry class many moons ago!

All cardboard waste is sold for Stickford Church Funds. The steel wickets (the bits of metal that hold the bags when you tie them around your waist) are returned for re-use next time. Those annoying strips which tear off to expose the adhesive and seem to be around forever will also be returned for recycling once we figure out a way of collecting them before they blow to kingdom come.

To reduce our carbon footprint further, we have a wind turbine feeding back into the grid and solar panels for hot water.

Meet the team

Pam, Bryony & Clyde on planter

Dicken!

Clyde