Red Currants

Passionate About 




Truly Great Isle Of Wight Jam

The Fruit Bowl is a 3-acre smallholding hidden away in the centre of

Newchurch village on the Isle of Wight. It is one of the sunniest locations in the UK and is ideal for growing most fruits, particularly soft fruits.

You can find our delicious Jams in outlets all over the island:

Alum Bay heritage centre
Harveys -Yarmouth
Cafe Isola (Newport)
Gift to Nature (Newport)
Ventnor Post Office
Tea House (Ventnor)
Bluebells Cafe (Briddlesford farm)
Briddlesford Farm shop

Fleming Arms Shop (Binstead)
Pickle and Dill (Ryde)
Seaview Community Shop
St. Helens Post Office
Pedallers (Newchurch)
Bembridge farm shop
Island bakers

It’s About Thyme (Shanklin)

Blackwater Nature Reserve

Isle of Wight Steam Railway

Caledon Guest House (Cowes)

St.George's Guest House (Shanklin)

Isle of Wight Cleaning Services



Home Grown
Organic Ingredients 

We try to make our ‘flavours’ interesting with some unusual combinations.

We can personalise our products for special occasions (weddings etc)

In 2012 we were given a grant from SEEDA to develop a new specialised production building. This was opened in April 2012.

Irrigation is, as far as possible, by rainwater storage from the roofs of a range of local buildings.

Electricity and hot water are produced from the building roof using green technologies with surplus energy being supplied to the national grid.

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Grown in environmentally
friendly conditions,
with no insecticides.

The fruit is grown using traditional methods and environmentally friendly techniques. Definitely no insecticides (because we also have bees on-site).We also, try to avoid fungicides and artificial fertilisers.