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We are growers of the UK’s earliest, sweetest soft fruit in one of the most beautiful parts of the country.

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Welcome to the New Forest Fruit Company

Welcome to
The New Forest Fruit Company

Sandy Booth is owner of this well-established business specialising in the commercial growing and packaging of soft fruit and asparagus.

Situated between the Solent and the New Forest National Park, we have the ideal microclimate for growing the best strawberries in the UK.

Whether you’re considering coming to work with us, would like to visit a modern fruit farm or are just curious about how and where your punnet of strawberries was grown, browse our site and get in touch with us if you’d like to find out more.

Commercial growing and packaging of soft fruit and asparagus
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1 week ago

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The best strawberries 🍓👍🏻

It's inspiring to see a company so committed to reducing its environmental impact. Well done, New Forest Fruit!

New Forest fruit is one of the best farms in the UK, I've been here and I'm proud to have worked here!!! 🇬🇧🇰🇬👍

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Love seeing the hard work and dedication that goes into growing such high-quality fruit. Keep up the great work!

Super

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2 weeks ago

Thank you to The New Forest Fruit Co Ltd for sponsoring a category at the annual recognition awards.
Read about them below!

The New Forest Fruit Company is delighted to be sponsoring the Waiter/Waitress category at this years Recognition Awards!

Established in 2008, the New Forest Fruit Company specialises in the commercial growing and packaging of soft fruit and asparagus.

Farmer, and innovator, Sandy Booth leads a dynamic and forward-thinking team of passionate people who, alongside producing the best soft fruit and asparagus, also consciously reduce the environmental impact of the farm and support wildlife. With this in mind, in 2020, Sandy came up with the idea to provide a delicious and nutritious snack while reducing food waste at the same time.

And so, in 2023, the New Forest Fruit Snacks were born!

The snacks are pulse dried, not freeze dried, ensuring they remain the same size and retain the nutrition of the original fruit, so it’s as good as eating a fresh strawberry and what’s more, when placed into liquid, the pulse dried fruit rehydrates, becoming a fresh piece of fruit again! The whole process, from field to packet is carried out on site too, providing another environmentally friendly win.

You can find a list of retailers on the website here: newforestfruitsnacks.com/ and do follow us on Facebook and Instagram for serving suggestions and the latest news.
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2 weeks ago

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Wow, these pulse-dried fruit snacks sound incredible! Can't wait to grab a pack and try them out! 🍓

Helping hand! 👊
Perfect conditions yesterday to pull ragwort with the roots and prevent from further spread. Ragwort might be poisonous for horses, if eaten can be damaging the liver.
Whenever we can we are always happy to get involved with voluntary work.
Every litte helps! 😊👍

#community #newforest #volunteering #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #teamwork
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Helping hand! 👊
Perfect conditions yesterday to pull ragwort with the roots and prevent from further spread. Ragwort might be poisonous for horses, if eaten can be damaging the liver. 
Whenever we can we are always happy to get involved with voluntary work. 
Every litte helps! 😊👍

#community #newforest #volunteering #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #teamworkImage attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

8 CommentsComment on Facebook

People will literally argue over anything! 🙄 .. a local company are doing a good thing ... What is wrong with these know it all keyboard warriors! Go spend your time doing something ACTUALLY useful... FFS !

Well done sandy and the gang

Bravo for your community efforts! It’s wonderful to support a company that cares about giving back.

Well done everyone

Well done!!! 👏🏼 x

Looks seriously overgrazed, not a surprise you have ragwort establishing itself.

I wish Cornwall Council would do it

Uprooting any wild plant (including Common ragwort) anywhere in GB without authority of landowner etc, is a criminal offence. Section 13(1)(b) Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1981/69/section/13 . Animals that might be harmed by eating ragwort, a native wildflower, do not eat the living plant unless starved. Sheep are a traditional control method. Ragwort hysteria is a far bigger problem than the plant. See ragwortfacts.com & ragwort.org.uk

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