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SUPPLIER GLOSSARY

Good food is at the heart of everything we do at Dishpatch, and quality ingredients are key to the success of our restaurant’s dishes, so we’re shining a light on some of the suppliers behind our menus.

Ararat Bakery This small but mighty bakery on Dalston’s Ridley Road is a great example of a supplier doing just one thing and doing it extremely well. The family-run business specialises in fluffy, naan-like flatbreads, baked fresh daily in the large rotating oven in its tiny workshop. The team bake around 5,000 breads every day, which are sold to locals at bargain prices (either plain or topped with cheese, egg or keema), as well as to a number of shops and restaurants, including SMOKESTAK and Bubala.

Belazu Set up my school friends Adam and George in 1991, Belazu started life selling fresh olives to delis and restaurants across the UK. The company now sources an array of high quality Mediterranean and Middle Eastern ingredients, from Italian olive oils and vinegars, to Turkish herbs and spices, Greek olives and more. You’ll find some of Belazu’s most popular products, such as its best selling rose harissa, in countless delis and supermarkets. The company also supplies many restaurants including Bubala and Cafe Murano.

Harvest London Founded by Chris Davies and Matt Chlebek in 2017, Harvest London was born out of a desire to ‘build a sustainable food system with greater choice’. The company uses hydroponic vertical farming to grow over 100 different edible plants, including the Thai basil used to garnish Farang’s curries.

HG Walter One of London’s most respected butchers, HG Walter is a family-run business, established in 1972. As well as serving London locals from its shop in Baron’s Court, the butchers supplies meat to a huge number of restaurants in London, including Andrew EdmundsCafe Murano and Farang.

Natoora

Natoora is a specialist grocers on a mission to transform the food system by sourcing truly seasonal produce from growers who favour sustainable ways of farming. They work directly with farmers and growers to ensure that produce is of the highest quality possible, while protecting the land that it comes from. As well as supplying fruit and vegetables to Ocado and Waitrose for consumers to buy nationwide, they also source produce for a huge number of the UK’s restaurants, including Cafe MuranoAndrew EdmundsKoya and the Good Egg.

Swaledale Swaledale is a Yorkshire-based butchers specialising in whole-carcass butchery and rare-breed meats. Founders Jorge Thomas and Charlie Cowling’s aim is “not to achieve the highest yielding carcasses, but to produce products that are exceptional to cook and eat.” They do this by working with a small network of trusted, family-run farms which only rear exceptional, native rare-breed meat. As well as an online shop for customers nationwide, Swaledale supplies many restaurants across the country, including Farangthe Good Egg and som saa.

Wild Farmed “We make the pastry for our pies and sausage rolls with flour from a great supplier called Wild Farmed Grains,” says Marksman head chef Tom Harris. Wild Farmed cultivate high-quality, nutritious grains, using regenerative farming practices which prioritise soil health and biodiversity.

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