We are the pepper people
Our sweet bell peppers are always fresh, always top quality and always delicious.
We’re the UK's largest dedicated pepper nursery, supplying sweet bell peppers to the country’s largest retailers and fresh produce markets.Discover how we grow peppers
Delivering top quality peppers to our customers
Discover how we produce consistently high quality sweet bell peppers. Our peppers are expertly cared for at every stage: from harvesting in glasshouses to grading, packing and quality control.
Selection & Sorting
We pick every sweet bell pepper by hand at exactly the right time to ensure freshness and flavour.Learn more about how we handpick our peppers
All of our sweet bell peppers are chilled, graded and packed onsite. Our processes are specifically designed to minimise damage to peppers and maintain the highest level of quality.Learn more about how we select and sort our peppers
Our one-of-a-kind pack house facility is equipped with the latest innovations in fresh produce technology. We can pack our peppers in a variety of forms to meet the needs of our customers.Learn more about how we pack our peppers
Every sweet bell pepper is fully traceable back to its source, from the store to the glasshouse where it was first picked.Learn more about the quality of our peppers
Driven by passion, dedicated to quality
We’re committed to producing the UK’s best sweet bell peppers in a sustainable way. If you’re interested in the supply of sweet bell peppers, we’re the people to talk to!
Latest case studies
Our case studies offer you an insight into our current business activities and commitment to continually improving both our product quality and processes.
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Agricultural Counsellor of the Netherlands Embassy for the UK and Ireland, Philip de Jong, together with Agricultural Officer, Martijn Bergmans, visited Tangmere in a visit organised by LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming).