Coljan Cafe, Wine Bar and Restaurant are pleased to work with a range of local suppliers who supply our meat, vegetables and fish products.
Manor Farm, Newton Abbott
Based on the banks of the picturesque River Teign, a stone’s throw from Shaldon, our 650 acre farm provides us with our Westcountry Premier beef brand. We have a herd of 400+ Aberdeen Angus and Charolais cattle.
Our customers like to know the provenance of their meat, and so by having our own farm we know the cattle have been bred and raised by our own high standards.
MC Kelly, Elston Farm, Copplestone
Based in the heart of mid Devon, M.C. Kelly is a catering butcher and fine foods supplier to the local catering and retail industries. M.C. Kelly Ltd was founded in 1956 by Michael Chalice Kelly and his wife Philippa when they started farming chicken and turkey and selling them to local butchers. Over the years the company has diversified and grown, but we have held true to our values, never compromising on provenance and sustainability.
Total Produce, Cornwall
Devon and Cornwall has some of the finest growers and producers in the UK and through Total Produce Cornwall we have access to the very best in season and UK fresh product, We’ve been working closely with the best of them through Total Produce Cornwall for 3 years. They are fruit and vegetable suppliers with a real local flavour. In addition they stock a large range of dry goods to help chefs stock their larders and provide the very best dishes.
RD Johns, Newton Abbott
RD Johns Foodservice is a local food wholesaler serving the West Country for over 40 years.
They are proud to stock over 5000 lines, offering our customers the one stop shop experience with a simple ordering procedure. They provide all of the basic larder necessities that every restaurant needs to maintain good stock levels and provide a friendly service, We like supporting local where possible and so having a Devon based Food wholesaler is important to us.
Brixham Fish Market
With a strong fishing tradition dating back to the 14th century, Brixham is credited with being one of the birthplaces of trawling. In the 19th century it was recorded that Brixham had 270 sail operated decked trawlers employing 1600 seamen making it “the largest fishery in England”. Our Fleet
Our current fleet consists of a mix of local day boats and larger beam trawlers who remain at sea for 5 to 7 days at a time. They fish mainly in the English Channel but also operate in waters as far afield as the Bristol Channel and the Irish Sea. There are also a number of scallop boats that operate in local waters all year round.
Brixham is now England’s largest fish market by value of fish sold. In 2017 this was in excess of £40,000,000.
The Brixham fleet currently consists of a mix of local day boats and larger beam trawlers who remain at sea for 5 to 7 days at a time. They fish mainly in the English Channel but also operate in waters as far afield as the Bristol Channel and the Irish Sea. There are also a number of scallop boats that operate in local waters all year round.
We land over 40 different species of fish with the main catches consisting of Cuttlefish, Lemon and Dover Sole, Squid, Monkfish
and Turbot. There are also plenty of other species on offer including scallops, hake, bass, pollock and plaice.