Perran-ar-worthal fruit and veg stall is a small shop run by Juliette Burley and her family. This small business that has been growing for over 40 years, based on the roadside of the A39 in Perran-ar-worthal, stocking everything from fruit to local meat.
A sign for the winter opening times of the Fruit and Veg stall, placed amongst some of the trees and fruits in the stall. Perran-ar-Worthal, Cornwall. 30.10.15.
Top: The fruit and veg stall also stocks local bread, as well as a range of vegetables. As the stall placed in a lay-by it makes it convenient for passers-by to access. Perrin-ar-worthal, Cornwall, 30.10.15.
Bottom: Fresh garlic and onions hung in the sheltered part of the stall. Perran-ar-Worthal, Cornwall. 30.10.15.
Juliette serves one of her regular costumers at her stall in Perran-ar-worthal, Cornwall. 30.10.15
Juliette remembers it starting when her mother and father began to sell cauliflowers in the lay by on the back of a trailer because they had too many for themselves. Soon other farmers began to ask the family to sell their extra stock too, turning the stall into a promising business. Just over 40 years later and the stall has expanded to a huge variety of fruit and veg, as well as local milk, cheese, meat, honey, bread and even flowers. Today, the passion for selling the local produce still shines through the hospitality of this kind-hearted family.
With almost all the produce coming from local producers, not only is it helping reduce the carbon footprint, but it is a big support of the local Cornish economy. Best of all, all this fresh food is exactly that, FRESH! All the produce is delicious, grown with the knowledge and dedication of years of local farming.
Be sure to check out their website for more information and produce!