An Online Local Food Market

Featuring many of your favourite local producers seen at the
Deeside Local Food Festival,
all from within Aberdeen City or Shire

Run by the Mixing Bowl Aberdeen and kindly hosted by Fruver at Camphill School Aberdeen

How can I visit the Deeside Food Hub?
Which products can I buy from the Deeside Food Hub?

The hub already includes a wide variety of products to choose from and we are looking forward to adding more producers over the coming months.  Here is the list so far:

Aberdeenshire Highland Beef, Banchory - highland beef cuts from their pure pedegree herd

CAMM Fishing, Fraserburgh - quality seafood caught by their fleet of fishing boats


From Bakery Lane, Inverurie - jams, chutneys and granola hand made by Alice using local ingredients where possible


Hungry Squirrel, Peterculter - artisan nut butters free from palm oil and suitable for vegans ( and non-vegans!)


Katy's Eggs, Torphins - free range hen, duck and quail eggs - fresh from the farm


Louise's Farm Kitchen, Banchory - various pork cuts reared to minimise the impact on the environment


Pasta ABZ, Aberdeen - authentic fresh pasta, sauces and pre-made dishes ... plus some sweet treats


The Bread Maker, Aberdeen - fresh breads and softies as well as Aberdeen's very own butteries


The Deesidedly Tasty Company, Banchory - slow cooked meats and sides to create a delicious easy meal


The Devenick Dairy, Banchory Devenick - variety of cheeses and oatcakes, including gluten free


Udny Provender, Ellon - honey, flavoured vinegars and drinking shrubs made with local fruit, herbs and flowers


Vegco, Foveran - sustainably grown vegetables and homemade jams and sauces


Wark Farm, Alford - organic grass fed Hebridean lamb cuts and a variety of handmade pies

Burnorrachie Farm, Bridge of Muchalls - pumpkins in a variety of sizes - seasonal

Unravel Tea, Aberdeen - pure loose leaf tea with no artificial flavourings

Cocoa Ooze - luxury, handmade chocolates and gifts with both classic and unusual flavours

The Cakerunner - healthier yet wonderfully delicious bakes using natural ingredients

Pure Decadence by Loch Aurora - handmade gourmet fudge and traditional tablet, including vegan fudge

Cambus O'May Cheese Company - a range of artisan cheeses made using unpasteurised milk

When can I shop at the Deeside Food Hub?

Deeside Food Hub ran fortnightly as a trial until Christmas 2020.  Details of when we will start up again in 2021 will be released soon and are dependent on access to the Camphill Estate during this time of restrictions.  Please follow The Mixing Bowl Aberdeen on Facebook and Instagram for up to date announcements or subscribe to our mailing list via the banner at the bottom of this page.  Be assured that the mailing list is not shared and is only used to communicate updates regarding the Mixing Bowl activities.


It will be possible to place orders online between Thursday 8am and Monday midday for collection or delivery on the following Thursday. 


NOTE:  Please note that as we build our capacity there will be some space limitations at the hub and customer orders will need to be limited to 40.  For this reason the market may need to close before Monday midday if it proves very popular so please place your order early.  Thank you for your understanding.

What are my shopping options?

Click and Collect

between 2pm and 4pm

from Camphill School Aberdeen

(next to the bookshop)


Home Delivery

between 5pm and 8pm

within the Cults, Bieldside,

Milltimber and Peterculter areas

for £2 extra

Minimum order value of £20

Delivery Area

How can I stay up to date with notifications from the Hub?

Please subscribe to the Deeside Food Hub by clicking the button below.  (Please note this is quite separate from the Mixing Bowl mailing list found in the green page footer)



We will let you know when the Hub is able to reopen and moving forward we will let you know when future order cycles are open so that orders can be placed, as well as any related useful information.