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Our story

We’re Sam and Elliot Day; two food obsessed brothers who left the farm in Devon for the big city. After three years running a successful restaurant in London, we decided to turn our love of home-cooked food into a business and set up FieldGoods in 2020. The dream? To make amazing comfort food from carefully-sourced, sustainable suppliers, sent from our kitchen to your table.

We know you hear it a lot these days, but we really are serious about sustainability. Our trays and sleeves are made from responsibly sourced plant-based materials, so they can be chucked onto your compost pile or food bin and be plant food before you know it. You can also give them a wash and pop them in your recycling. Let’s make landfill a thing of the past, one delicious dinner at a time!

Our packaging

The compostable tray

Scandinavian wood pulp and a thin layer of potato starch bio laminate (for waterproofness) make the trays 100% home compostable! After use, you can put it straight into your food waste bin and within 90 days it will have broken down into plant food. Or you can rinse the inside and recycle it with your paper.

The compostable sleeve

The branded tray sleeve is also 100% compostable and recyclable. All the ink and glue are vegetable and water-based products, so they dissolve straight back into nature where they came from. Not only that but they are manufactured using only renewable energy.

The recyclable film

There's always one! Unfortunately a compostable oven proof film doesn’t exist... yet. We are in touch with many different suppliers who are working hard to create such a product. As soon as it launches we are at the front of the queue. Until then, please wash the film and put it into your recycling.

Our produce

Grass Fed, Native Breed Beef

Dexter to Highland, Belted Galloways to Devon's. We only use native breed cattle, reared on grass in Yorkshire. These smaller animals, grow slower on their grass diet, developing a wonderful deep flavour and beautiful marbling.

By farming in a traditional, less intensive way, it helps reduce the impact on the land and the environment, as well as supporting smaller farms and livelihoods.

Free Range Chicken & Pork

We admit it, we’re pretty proud of our meat. We use 100% free range, English meat, and always will. We’ve teamed up with the mighty Yorkshire butchers at Swaledale, who supply us with native breed meat. Their goal is not to achieve the biggest animal in the shortest period of time (nasty business), but simply to produce meat that is exceptional to cook and eat. Because ultimately, the flavour and quality of a dish goes hand in hand with the welfare of the animal.   

The native breed animals they use at Swaledale are slower to mature. This, along with munching mostly grass and hay, means highly flavourful, beautifully marbled meat.

From the sea

Fishing our oceans is a very complicated and tricky topic when it comes to sustainability.

It's taken a whole lot of talking, listening and learning to get to a point where we are happy with the fish we use.

Deciding against any of the "big name" fish (Cod, Haddock, Plaice) due to their high rate of overfishing, we explored their equally tasty but less well know cousins who offer a much more abundant and sustainable supply.

For us, Coley fits the bill. With good stock levels across the North Sea and North Atlantic, Coley is part of the cod family, offering delicious chunky flakes of white fish.

Working with Moxon's to source our fresh fish, we have also developed an in house smoked Coley with them which we use in place of the traditional smoked haddock....we think it's even better!

Fish from our rivers

Chalk Stream Trout

We don’t like to play favourites, but ChalkStream is definitely one of our most exciting suppliers. These guys have managed to turn fish farming on its head. Using water from the River Itchen and Test, the farms have fully segregated systems, minimising the impact on the unique chalk stream environments of the main rivers. A current flows through the waterways, so the fish can swim against the flow. Just like us hitting the gym pool, this stops the fish from building up a high fat content (a common issue with farmed fish). ChalkStream has been awarded with RSPCA Assured welfare standards for salmon and trout. It's a pretty incredible achievement and means we can all feel good about tucking in.  

ChalkStream love

If these guys love it, it must be good...

“Beautiful farmed trout, this product is amazing! ChalkStream should be really proud.” - Jamie Oliver

“There has been a trout revival recently, largely down to the passion of producers such as ChalkStream.” - Yotam Ottolenghi

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