Our story began when a Little Boy wanted to earn some pocket money and asked his Father to buy him 2 Chickens so he would be able to sell eggs to people passing by his home.
He then wanted more eggs and persuaded his father to buy more chickens so he could sell more eggs, and so the story began. More and more chickens , more and more eggs led to a packing facility to supply local businesses.
Following the success of our food retail business founded in 1976, it was a natural progression to acquire farm land almost thirty years later. Here we started producing a range of fresh eggs under the Marshwood Farm name.
The high quality product, the exceptional service and ensuring customer demand resulted in a further expansion in Burnham Buckinghamshire, where we produce full range of natural, fruit yogurts, cultured cream and soft cheeses for both consumer and commercial use, using only natural ingredients and British milk.
Our customer includes retail outlets, Food services, Wholesalers, and Catering establishments. The company offers Exceptional service and quality come as standard and we provide a reliable, cost-effective service to all our customers.
Our reputation has grown with us and Marshwood Farm is now in its fourth generation. Our emphasis is on tradition and excellence and we continue to supply customers with high quality, natural products that come straight from the farm to your table.
History at a glance
1976 - First Retail Outlet opened
1978 - Second Retail Outlet opened
1980 - Third Retail Outlet opened
1982 - Fouth Retail Outlet opened
1984 - Fifth Retail Outlet opened
2003 - Acquired Farmland
2006 - Wholesale Food Distribution Site opened
2008 - Started producing Free Range Eggs
2013 - Supplied Dairy Products
2014 - Acquired premises to expand further
2015 - Installed the latest technology for the manufacturing of Yogurts and cultured creams
2016 - Achieved Salsa certification
2017 - Achieved BRC class AA certification
2018 - Expanded Site with the acquisition of adjacent premises, Installed New Cold Storage area