CORONA VIRUS – SPECIAL ALLOWANCES FOR ONLINE ORDERS

In light of the difficulties we are all experiencing in getting food supplies, we are offering to help by implimenting the following benefits for all online orders until further notice;

  • *  Reduced flat rate postage of £5 per order (upto 20kg) normal p&p usually £6.50 – free postage still available for orders over £30.
  • *  Free jar of mayonnaise with every order worth £4.20 in garlic or chipotle.  No need to add to basket just state preferred flavour in ‘Notes’ section at checkout.
  •  *  Free sample size bar of rapeseed oil soap 30g (while stocks last)

Don’t forget we still have stock of our 100g bars of rapeseed oil SOAP and further more we have reduced the price to £3.50 each from £4.50!  A bar lasts a long time and is 100% natural so won’t dry your skin. If you are having trouble finding good old fashioned soap to help fight the spread of Corona Virus then feel free to add a bar or two to your basket.

Grown, pressed and bottled with love in Somerset…

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Multi award winning Bath Harvest Rapeseed Oil is a Somerset grown, versatile and healthy alternative to olive oil.  High in vitamin E and Omega 3 – produced by cold pressing small batches of seed we grow on Wilmington Farm.  Double filtered and bottled by hand, you can’t get a better tasting nutty rapeseed oil in the West Country.

It was the Romans who first introduced oil seed rape to Britain.  So rather aptly, we farm in the beautiful Somerset countryside on the doorstep of Aquae Sulis – the Roman name for the City of Bath.

Our family have been farming for four generations. We are a Duchy of Cornwall farm consisting of arable and beef production following sustainable farming practices.

Provenance is very important to us.  We are proud that Bath Harvest Rapeseed Oil is a fully traceable ‘field to fork’ artisan product.  If you live closer to Somerset than the Mediterranean and want a low food miles golden oil, why not switch to Bath Harvest today?

Testimonials

Beth Al-Rikabi

I make a heck of a lot of humous for markets, events and Food Assemblies and Bath Harvest Rapeseed Oil is perfect for this. I use a mix of rapeseed and good quality extra virgin olive oil to add a great flavour and an awesome orange hue to boot. Having made my way through the winding lanes to Wilmington to the fields where they grow their crops, I can visualise its origin, adding to the cooking and consuming experience. The fact it's produced in a chemical free environment with the bi-product going on for use in cattle feed on their farm makes me happy too and fits in with the whole ethos of my business.

Beth Al-Rikabi - The Free Range Chef

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Exec Head Chef Tom Green

We’ve been using Bath Harvest Rapeseed Oil over 5 years now and find it second to none for its fresh, nutty flavour and the wonderfully vibrant colour which brings any dish to life. It goes down extremely well with our clients who appreciate, not only the flavour, but also the fact that it is produced locally. At the recent Bristol Life Awards dinner for 600 guests, we served a Homewood Cheese feta and spring vegetable salad with a Bath Harvest rapeseed oil & lemon dressing which went down a treat.A massive thanks to Debbie & all the team at Bath Harvest.

Exec Head Chef Tom Green - Fosters Event Catering

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Simi Rezai

I've been using Bath Harvest Rapeseed oil for years. I like using ingredients grown and made by local foodie friends. I particularly enjoy the Bath Harvest flavoured oils. I use the lemon & basil oil as a dressing on potatoes, pasta, fish, salads and dips.

Simi Rezai - Simi's Kitchen

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Hd Chef Josh Eggleton

I love Bath Harvest because it’s delicious, it’s local and they produce really great oils. Debbie showed up at the pub one day with a sample and I thought “Yeh, lovely” and I’ve been using it ever since.

Hd Chef Josh Eggleton - The Pony & Trap, Chew Magna

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Dave Bonner, Head Chef – Coombe Lodge, Blagdon.

I’ve been using Bath Harvest Rapeseed Oil for over 3 years. I love the depth of flavour and it works extremely well in all aspects of our cooking. Keep up the good work!

Dave Bonner, Head Chef – Coombe Lodge, Blagdon.

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Rachel Demuth

At Demuths Cookery School we choose Bath Harvest rapeseed oil for all our English dishes, its robust nutty flavour goes well with strong tasting root vegetables. It makes the best and most crispy roasties.I like to use Bath Harvest rapeseed oil as a healthy alternative to extra virgin olive oil, for salad dressings and making crunchy caper croutons.We like to support local companies and buy local produce and Bath Harvest fits the bill….grown, harvested, pressed and bottled in the countryside outside Bath.

Rachel Demuth - Demuths Cookery School, Bath

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Bod & Annie Griffiths

When we set up Vale House Kitchen it was very important to us to use the best local ingredients we could find. When we discovered Bath Harvest Rapeseed oil we knew we had found a real gem. We use it on all of our courses. Thank you Debbie for such fantastic oil!

Bod & Annie Griffiths - Vale House Kitchen - Country Skills & Cookery School, Timsbury, Bath

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Bini Ludlow – Cookery Teacher & Owner

I have used Bath Harvest Oil Extra Virgin rapeseed for my award winning cookery school and also for the spicy ready meals. The nutty flavour works perfectly with the spices, adding depth in flavour as well a golden colour into each dish . The oils flash point, is ideal for slow cooked dishes such as The Best Ever Lamb and Spinach curry and Moghul Chicken Curry. For vegetarian curries okra and potato, mixed vegetable curry, dhals and vegetarian rice dishes lend themselves to its flavours perfectly.

Bini Ludlow – Cookery Teacher & Owner - Sweet Cumin Indian Cookery School, Clapton, Somerset.

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