Rhug Estate sits in an idyllic part of north Wales on the River Dee with the spectacular backdrop of the Berwyn Mountains. The 6,700 acre inhand organic farm in Denbighshire is the geographical core of the Rhug Estate. The are actively involved in promoting change and progress in our sector through our involvement in a number of rural schemes and initiatives including but not limited to; the Welsh Government scheme Glastir; Farming Connect; Moredun Research Institute and the Waitrose development forum for beef and lamb. Environmental impact lies at the core of Organic Farming. Rhug Estate is Soil Association certificated and we were awarded the Footprint Award in 2016 in recognition of our achievements in the area of sustainability and responsible business practice. Lord Newborough was also awarded the Slow Food Movement’s person of the year award last year for his innovative initiative to develop a Drive Thru at the entrance to the farm They are always looking to improve their working practices to reduce their environmental impact and protect the beautiful situation they enjoy. We currently have more than 20 green projects underway, including the most current which is working towards battery storage to hold excess energy generated during the day to utilise when the solar PC is not generating power to run the business. Another key focus is the reduction of plastic use across all sections of our business, as a food supplier, this is a significant challenge but they are already making great headway in this area. Rhug is unique as one of the few true field-to-fork operations in the country. Stock is bred on the farm, fed on feed grown on the farm and finished on the farm. They are slaughtered at a local abattoir and returned to our on-site state-of-the-art cutting plant. Meat is prepared to customer requirements by our highly skilled butchers. Finally, our knowledgeable team ensure customers have the best product delivered direct from the farm.