Local businesses and producers in Derbyshire

Find great products made in Derbyshire


Made in Derbyshire

Your guide to finding great local food, drink, craft and unique products across the county. Use our Derbyshire product directory to discover more about locally made products, food and drink in the local area.

Derbyshire is famous for

Derbyshire in the East Midlands is home to Chatsworth Estate and the Buxton Hills. The county, which is in the heart of the Peak District is famous for its industrial and mill history, and the Bakewell Pudding and Derbyshire oatcakes.

More About Derbyshire

Derbyshire is located in the East Midlands region of England and includes much of the Peak District National Park, which covers the southern end of the Pennine hill range.

The districts of Derbyshire include Amber Valley, Bolsover, Chesterfield, Derby, Derbyshire Dales, Erewash, High Peak, North East Derbyshire, South Derbyshire.

Derbyshire Day is celebrated on September 22nd each year.

The Derbyshire county flower is Jacob’s ladder (Polemonium caeruleum). The brilliant blue flowers and delicate ladder-shaped leaves of the wild plant are common in the Peak District and Yorkshire Dales.


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4 great places to shop in Derbyshire


Cavendish Arcade

Buxton’s oldest shopping centre with local independent stores selling home ware, gifts, several fashion stores and food.


Derbyshire Gift Shop

A family run gift shop in the heart of the Peak District in the village of Calver. Selling gifts, homeware, books, toys, & accessories.


Bakewell Pudding Shop

Delicious handmade products from The Bakewell Bakery, including fresh breads, cakes, savoury pastries, Bakewell Tarts and Great Taste award-winning Bakewell Puddings.


Hartington Cheese Shop

Selling a huge range of cheese and make an own range of exciting and delicious cheeses from their own Derbyshire based Creamery.


Find your local farm shop – Support local business and producers and have freshly seasonal produce delivered to your door

Why Buy Local

Buying directly and eating seasonal produce,  is a great way to support local business. In addition to enjoying the best local and regional foods. From fresh artisan bread, locally reared meat, seasonal vegetables, cheese, to English wine and craft spirits.

Fresh Seasonal Local Produce

To buy the best local and seasonal produce visit your local farm shop, independent retailers, farmers’ markets or local farm. Many farm shops offer home delivery services as well.

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