Where does our grain come from?
Where does our flour go?
Apart from being bought by over 600 individual households, our flour is used by bakeries, cafes and restaurants in their products and is bought for resale by local shops. Below is a selection of places you can buy bread made with our flour (buy some and taste the difference) or places where you can buy the flour and make your own bread, cakes or pastries. Of course, you can always visit the mill and buy direct.
Places to buy our flour:
HUNSCOTE FARM SHOP established in 1980, is a family run business in Warwickshire supplying quality home grown and local produce to it's customers. We have a reputation for friendly service, attention to detail and the promise of affordable, fresh products. Only a couple of miles from the mill towards Stratford Upon Avon and on the doorstep of one of our grain farms, must be the lowest food miles possible!
BARFORD VILLAGE SHOP A community shop owned and run by the residents of Barford, Warwickshire and selling a range of groceries, newspapers, wines, beers, spirits, tobacco, fresh local products and much much more, all at great prices and quality. Go and see for yourself! They also have an internet cafe with printing, faxing, photocopying facilities and a Post Office that is open Monday to Friday 3pm to 5.15pm.
THE FARM STRATFORD - SNITTERFIELD Come and visit our wide array of local artisan producers. We are very proud of all our producers who supply top quality cafes and restaurants nationwide.
SNITTERFIELD VILLAGE STORE Snitterfield Village Store is a local village shop that stocks a wide variety of everyday groceries and provides all sorts of services to the local villages.
BOARS HEAD, HAMPTON LUCY The only Public House in Hampton Lucy, The Boars Head is a friendly and inviting pub offering traditional village hospitality as well as stocking a variety of produce items, including Charlecote Mill Flour.
OPUS FOODS, COVENTRY An ethnic foods supermarket on the Foleshill Road, stocking larger bags of Chapatti Flour only.
Bakers and Restaurants using our flour:
SALT RESTAURANT - STRATFORD UPON AVON Salt is Chef Paul Fosters first restaurant and the first restaurant in Stratford Upon Avon to be awarded a Michelin Star.
CRUSTUM BAKERY - KENILWORTH Nick at Crustum is passionate about baking and teaching others how to do the same. Nick bakes real bread in Kenilworth in front of your eyes. Open Wed, Fri & Sat from early until he sells out. Chelsea buns are worth the visit.. !
BREAD FOR LIFE - LEAMINGTON SPA Jess runs an artisan, real bread making enterprise in Leamington Spa making and delivering freshly made,long leavened, strong, nutritious bread to your door! Bread for Life can occasionally be seen as a guest baker at our open days.
BOUCHE BAKEHOUSE - STRATFORD UPON AVON Now open in Sheep Street, Stratford Upon Avon, in the old Garden Cafe, superb cakes and pastries and a full bakery to follow soon....
THE STEAMHOUSE - LEAMINGTON SPA The Steamhouse is a specialist bagel & coffee shop based in Leamington Spa and now open in Birmingham City Centre, offering real barista made coffee & freshly baked, American deli style bagels using Charlecote Mill flour.
WICKED COOKIES - VARIOUS LOCATIONS Selling amazing cookies in various pop up locations and food fairs across Warwickshire and the Midlands.
DOUGH & BREW - WARWICK Located on Brook Street, Dough & Brew are an award winning eatery, specialising in pizzas made with the finest ingredients, including Charlecote Mill flour.
FANCY AN INDIAN - SHEFFIELD Having grown up on Charlecote Mill Flour in Coventry, Bali just had to use it for her mobile Roti Van, seen at festivals and events throughout the UK.
NELSONS ARTISAN SCHOOL - STRATFORD UPON AVON At Nelson's Artisan School they aim to give you a truly hands on experience where you will gain the knowledge and skills to recreate your baking delights at home.
THE POD - COVENTRY The Pod is a Council run community space in Coventry served great food to all.
VITSOE - LEAMINGTON SPA Vitsoe is a furniture manufacturer with a difference, they like to look after their staff by providing home cooked lunches based around "Breaking Bread" a Danish tradition.