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24 hours at Acorn Dairy

It’s safe to say there’s never a dull moment at Acorn Dairy, so with the Covid-19 pandemic putting a pause on our usual family-friendly open days, we thought we’d share an insight into exactly what happens during 24 hours on the farm.   So, what does a typical day at Acorn Dairy involve?   When […]

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The benefits of using a wholesaler

We’re passionate about sharing our products as far and wide as possible – and through our wonderful wholesalers, cafes, restaurants and coffee shops from Berwick to Buckinghamshire have access to Acorn Dairy goodness.   If you’re a business owner who’s considered working with a wholesaler, here’s why you should take the leap…   Products straight […]

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Introducing our latest doorstep additions

We may be best known for our award-winning milk, but we’re also proud to work with several local & small scale, independent suppliers to provide other essentials as part of our doorstep rounds, with our product list constantly growing.   Here’s a guide to our newest additions, as well as some of our well-known and […]

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The benefits of going organic

Organic produce is a major growth industry – sales are up consistently year-on-year – as consumers become increasingly interested in the provenance of their food.   But for us at Acorn Dairy, organic isn’t just a fad, or a buzzword – it’s a way of life.   We started the transition from intensive, conventional, commodity […]

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Local farm over the moo-n to hit major milestone with dairy deliveries

A local farm is celebrating a major milestone delivering fresh, organic produce to residents in the region.   Acorn Dairy, which is based in County Durham, is celebrating 20 years of its popular dairy delivery service.   The family business has been farming at Archdeacon Newton, near Darlington, since 1928 and in 1998 converted to […]

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