Roots Farm Shop, Butchery & Cafe
We are passionate about the food we sell and serve. Our producers are selected for quality and their ethical approach to farming and food production. Make every meal delicious with great food from passionate producers.
Shop at Roots for your entire weekly shop or for those occasional treats. For weekly essentials to luxury items.
Yorkshire food and farmers
Located in East Rounton near Northallerton we are 3rd generation farmers with our own beef herd.
In addition to the home reared beef, we strive to bring you the most ethical and sustainably produced food from across Yorkshire. We ensure each product meets our high standards and your expectations.
Roots Curiosities Gift Shop
Whilst visiting Roots Farm Shop and Cafe, don’t miss out on a visit to Roots Curiosities Gift Shop. A treasure trove of original and unique gifts, cards and quirky items.
We source creatives locally and from further afield, bringing you the very best gifts.
Ethically produced, locally sourced, sustainably reared
When food is farmed by people with passion for what they do, it tastes better. You know it was raised with respect, in a stress free environment and that it had a happy life.
We aim for full treaceability of the meat sold in our butchery. That means we know which farm it came from.
We care about things like fair pay, looking after the natural environment and reducing waste. And that is why we choose the very best local producers to fill the shelves of Roots Farm Shop.
Situated in beautiful rural North Yorkshire
We are located on Home Farm, our own working farm just outside East Rounton, near Northallerton. We work towards regenerative farming methods across the farm. Read more here about regenerative farming.
A beautifully situated rural farm, on the Rounton Grange estate, we enjoy excellent access to the A19, Northallerton and Darlington.
Our customers enjoy spending time in our cafe, farm shop and gift shop. We developed Victorian barns originally designed by the father of the Arts & Crafts Movement, Philip Webb around 1870. You can see our arts and craft influences in subtle touches throughout Roots.