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Dartmoor Chilli Farm is located within the beautiful Dartmoor National Park in Devon. We have been growing chillies commercially since 2007.
We specialise in growing over one hundred varieties of sweet pepper and chillies - everything from the humble Jalapeno to the downright scary Dorset Naga. In 2014, we are also growing the Carolina Reaper and the Trinidad Morouga Scorpion.
We also have a range of hand made chilli chutneys, chilli jams, cards, sauces, chilli fudge, chilli pickles, chilli oil and our award winning chilli chocolate. Our range of quality preserves and sauces all made traditionally by hand in small regular batches for maximum quality and flavour.
We are a very eco friendly business. We run our nursery using wind and solar power and use green initiatives such as Rainwater harvesting and recycling.
Our plants are grown naturally and holistically without any pesticides, herbicides or fungicides. We are members of the Wholesome Food Association.
PLEASE NOTE, WE ARE NOT ALLOWED TO HAVE VISITORS TO THE NURSERY (DUE TO RESTRICTIONS BY DNPA). HOWEVER WE ATTEND LOTS OF EVENTS AND HAVE SPECIALIST LOCAL STOCKISTS including "THE PEPPER POD CHILLI SHOP " IN EXETER (MCCOYS ARCADE, FORE STREET)
We accept credit/debit cards with NO additional surcharges through Cardsave Secure. Alternatively we accept Paypal.
We also accept payments by Cheque and BACS.
20% off all weborders until 31st January. Use discount code AARDVARK
Our minimum order is £6.00 otherwise the cost of the postage can be more than the value of the goods.
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ALL OUR PRODUCTS ARE SUITABLE FOR VEGETARIANS.
The only products not suitable for Vegans are Chilli Fudge, Milk Chilli Chocolate and the Dartmoor Devil
The search box at the top of the screen allows you to search for specific products. However if you would like to search for anything else - such as varieties of chilli plant, recipes, project page items or growing tips and looking after your chillies, use the box below.
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