Reviews Coombe Farm Organic

Are you a fan of organic food? Do you much prefer to buy meat form animals raised in a traditional free-range farm? Coombe Farm Organic caters to just those tastes with their selection of beef, lamb, pork, chicken, venison and fish products. Read the reviews for the company below to see what others think of making the switch to organic, ethically reared meat.

About Coombe Farm Organic

Coombe Farm Organic is a meat selling business from Somerset, on a farm that the family have been farming since the 1940s, which also has a successful dairy business. When its owner Andrew Warren died in 1986, he donated it to a trust which became known as the A H Warren Trust. This trust has had a great push for diversification, which has led to a various businees such as a building contractor company, auto repair, sales garage, country pursuit shop, storage company and the Coombe Farm Organic. They emphasise principles of high animal welfare and land management, which is why they feel so strongly that their meat is of a higher quality, and the animals live happier lives, compared with sources for supermarket meat. The business is organically certified by the Soil association, and the RSPCA’s Freedom Food Scheme, and have invested in solar energy to power the farm, which is now nearly self-sufficient.

The produce for the business comes from multiple sources. Coombe Farm’s Billie Wilson rears beef and lamb to high organic standards which are used for the business products, while the pork is sources from Magdalen Farm, also in Somerset, and the chicken from Otter Valley poultry, 15 miles away from Coombe Farm. The venison comes from a farm in Devon, and the fish is sources from fisheries in Brixham and a salmon farm in Northern Ireland.


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Services by Coombe Farm Organic

Sourcing from several farms and fisheries, Coombe Farm Organic provides a whole section of produce options from each animal, as well as combination packages, condiments, baking products, and cooking inspiration. Order must at least be £20 and if it is over £80, deliver is free. Once all the meat has been selected ready for delivery, it is packaged using recyclable, reusable and importantly, temperature controlling materials. This will include cardboard for the boxes, sorba-freeze refrigerant pads which can be reused by the customer, and WoolCool Insulation. This all keeps the meat at the right temperature for 30 hours after packing.

Complaints, Compliments and Tips for Coombe Farm Organic

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Coombe Farm Organic
Reviews, complaints and customer experiences (1)

9,6
100% Would buy here again!

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10

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10

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8

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10

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Really fresh products

Not for veg ..All for like us.
Organic products especially eatable is not easy to find actually.
Combe Farm supplies I have tried many times and found it satisfactory evey time.
Prices are quite affordable and late delivery is not even affordable by seller due to raw material.
Packaging of every product is USP shows complete care of customers.

By: Wilson12-03-2019
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9,5

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