Come and join us at Dumfries International Street Food Festival on Saturday 22nd June

Our Producers

Photo credit: Galloway cattle from Barnbarroch Organic. 

Meet Our Producers

At Galloway Food Hub we have an amazing variety of local producers who sell their products through our shop. Please see the list below to learn more about them and what they do.

Artisanal slow dried pasta made in the heart of the Glenkens from organic Aberdeenshire oats, wheat flour milled in Fife and a pinch of Ayrshire sea salt.

Mediterranean inspired home cooking, made from local produce, found in seaside town Kirkcudbright.

Dedicated fruit and vegetables growers who want to grow food for themselves and be able to share the excess with others, whether that’s produce, plants or preserves. 

Is a small family run business just outside Castle Douglas, who have diversified their farm, alongside cattle and sheep, to grow vegetables. They want to have a positive impact on the environment,  reduce food miles and give better access to more local vegetables.


Growing salads and tomatoes hydroponically and by organic principles. We are proud to be the first food producer certified by the Galloway and South Ayrshire Biosphere.

Great bakers out in the Rhins who make everything from scratch using carefully considered ingredients. From pastries to pasties and lots more.

Small family business with an expanding number of hives and thousands of workers, much loved and cared for! Spread across the fields of the Ken and the river Dee to balance the impact on local pollinators.  

A micro-greens enterprise operating from near Moniaive. Microgreens are the young seedlings of edible veggies, and incredibly nutrient dense. Delicious and pretty on top of all sorts of other dishes. Also available as dried greens for a healthy smoothie or as a cider vinegar tincture. 

Teamwork Horse Logging

A family business mainly working with horses in forestry, also raising a few sheep for lamb, cultivating nature friendly grown vegetables in a biodiverse garden near Thornhill. 


A wide selection of home grown cut flowers & foliage from down the ‘Hidden Road’ near Balmaclellan. Many are scented or unusual varieties, rarely seen on the High Street or Supermarket. Fresh bouquets are available in the growing season and beautiful, vibrant, naturally dried flowers available out of season.

Emily Tough is an illustrator, workshop practitioner, and maker living in Dumfries and Galloway. Since working on an organic farm during the pandemic she has been using her creativity to help address land and food sovereignty.

Bowe Wood

A small off-grid grower, producing high quality, healthy food, grown with love. Situated on previously certified Organic farmland near Auchencairn, with a polytunnel and small market garden. Working with nature, using regenerative growing and no- dig methods to improve soil condition and biodiversity.