The best tasting food and drink and the richest nutrients are usually found in seasonal produce straight from the farm, off the fishing boat or from local suppliers. Look out for the ‘Taste of Exmouth’ stickers in independent local retailers around the town and sample for yourself. You’ll enjoy the difference and support your local independent shops at the same time.

This listing has been prepared by Transition Town Exmouth. If you know of any other independent Exmouth shops supporting Devon’s producers, please inform us at [email protected]. We aim to update this list each Spring.


12 The Strand, Exmouth, Devon EX8 1AB (Indoor Market)
Tel: 01395 272187


  • Chutneys from Otter Vale, Budleigh Salterton
  • Clotted cream Rodda’s (Cornwall) with milk sourced from Chagford
  • Pasties, pies and scones from Moore’s Pasties, Exmouth
  • Cheeses from Hawkridge Farm, Crediton
  • Clear and set honey from Mr Havill
  • Free range eggs from Greendale Farm, Farringdon
  • Meringues from West Country meringues, Bideford


Mother Earth
1-3 Imperial Road, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 1BY
Tel: 01395 489509


  • Honey, pickles, and fudge sauces from  Bees’ Knees, Lympstone
  • Cider vinegar Ostlers, Barnstaple
  • Tofu and soya products from Dragonfly, Buckfastleigh
  • Chutneys and jams from Victorian Kitchen, Torrington
  • Pies from Clive’s Pies, Buckfastleigh
  • Bread, muffins, biscuits and brownies from Common Loaf Bakery, The Community at Stentwood Farm, Honiton
  • Organic veg from Linscombe Farm, Upton Pyne
  • Organic eggs from Ladi Ladilay, Haytor
  • Free range eggs from R J & J M Coakley, Aylesbeare
  • Soft drinks from Sunnyhaye Fruit Farm, Woodbury


Cabin News
11 The Parade, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 1RS


  • Local pasties and sausage rolls from Moore’s, Exmouth
  • The Crusty Cob sandwiches
  • Bottled ciders from Winkleigh Cider Company


Lloyd Maunders
2 Exeter Road, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 1PL

  • Free-range chicken from Creedy Carver,
  • Crediton pork, beef, lamb from various S.W. Farms
  • Various honeys inc. Exmoor Heather Quince Farm, South Molton
  • Exmouth locally produced food
  • Cheese from Hawkridge Farm, Crediton


Exmouth Fisheries
1A Pilot’s Wharf, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 1XA
Tel: 01395 272903


  • Fresh fish caught locally
  • Shellfish caught locally
  • Ede’s Onions Exeter
  • Seafood sandwiches


Reynolds Butchers 
60 Exeter Road, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 1PY
Tel: 01395 272869


  • Beef, lamb, pork locally sourced
  • Handmade sausages from meat locally sourced
  • Fresh fruit and veg locally sourced


The Crusty Cob

  • The Crusty Cob, 18 The Strand, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 2AF
  • Sue’s Pantry Coffee Shop, 21 Rolle St, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 1HA
  • The Crusty Cob, 4 Littleham Road, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 2QG


  • Breads, sandwiches, savouries, quiches, pizzas, pies and sponge cakes all made in-house baked/prepared to traditional recipes and with Local ingredients


Porky Down Butchers
Shop 22 Chapel St, Magnolia Centre EX8 1HS
Tel: 01395 272376
Selling locally sourced meats, cured bacon, pies, home made sausages.


The Wet Plaice
The Fish Shop, Manchester Road, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 1DF
Tel: 01395 222717
Selling a large variety of fish landed daily by the Exmouth and Brigham Fleets.


The Farm Shop
18 Chapel Street, Exmouth, Devon, EX81HS
Tel:  07554 320614


  • Rhubarb, sprouts from G.Tanock, Broadclyst
  • Cauliflowers, and other vegetables from G.Tanock, Broadclyst
  • Sprouts, celery, leeks from M.Strong, Newton Poppleford
  • Cabbage, lettuce from M.Strong, Newton Poppleford
  • Strawberries, raspberries, rhubarb from Balls Farm, Ide
  • Strawberries, cauliflowers from A.S. Thorn, Cheriton Fitzpaine
  • Other vegetables fromA.S. Thorn, Cheriton Fitzpaine


Exmouth Farmers Market
Exmouth Farmers Market is held in the Strand on Wednesday mornings. During the months of June, July, August, and September the market is held every Wednesday. From October until Christmas it reverts to every other Wednesday. The stalls include many selling local food and drink and is always worth a visit.
For more details and a listing of the stalls, browse


Devon County Council
Transition Town Exmouth (TTE) is one of many community groups around the world seeking to strengthen the local response to climate change and the shrinking sources of energy by reducing carbon emissions and building local resilience.

We believe that it is desirable that all new buildings should be energy efficient, with features such as solar panels and water harvesting whenever possible. Buying local food and drink cuts down of food miles, refrigeration and the use of preservatives. Independent traders usually keep the money in the town and help to boost local distinctiveness in the high street. There is to be an accompanying leaflet on the same theme.

NB: Produce and suppliers details correct in Spring 2014. Transition Town, Devon County Council and the Exmouth Guide do not guarantee the authenticity of the information, nor on all the locations of the suppliers mentioned.