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With so much of the UK's honey coming from China, Sussex's local honey is in big demand. Not only does it taste great, but many swear that eating local honey helps hayfever. If this is your plan, it's important the honey is raw and unfiltered, so it still contains pollen. If you're eating honey for hayfever, ideally start before the hayfever season begins and take around a tablespoon every day.

Find Honey in Sussex.

Find your nearest



  • Wilderness Lane Honey in
  • Bee farmers, who breed bees and produce raw honey in the beautiful woodland and countryside of the AONB of the High Weald.

  • Westons Farm Shop in
  • Award-winning farm shop, Itchingfield nr Horsham, offering home-grown or very local produce including home-bred beef, lamb and pork. Meat and veg boxes for collection.

  • Spring Barn Farm in
  • Farm shop in Lewes stocked full of Sussex produce, with restaurant, children's play area and campsite

  • Balcombe Estate Game Shop in
  • Balcombe Estate Game Shop sells game meat produced on the estate alongside a range of local Sussex food and drink produce.

  • South Brockwells Farm Partnership in
  • Seasonal farm shop on a family farm in the Sussex Weald specialising in freshly-cut asparagus, oven-ready game and goat meat from their own Boer herd. Plus carefully-sourced, quality local produce.

  • Tuppenny Barn Organics, Southbourne in
  • High quality, affordable, organic produce sold via shop and VegBag scheme. Also involved with teaching young people how organic food production works in harmony with nature

  • Lambs Larder in
  • Family owned convenience store and farm shop located in the picturesque village of Bells Yew Green.