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Our National Trust tenant farmers, who are based in Norfolk and Pembrokeshire, grow varieties that all our customers know and love, for the National Trust retail packs.

These varieties include Nectar, La Norma and Maris Piper, which all perform superbly whether boiled, baked, mashed or fried.

Retail packs are available in 1.5kg or 2kg pack sizes.

We supply potatoes into National Trust properties for use in their restaurants and hospitality events.

We love sustainably produced, locally grown and seasonal food. Not only is it better for the environment but it tastes great too!

E. Park & Sons are the sole Licensee for National Trust Potatoes

Key Features For National Trust Branded Food

The National Trust are committed to the long-term health of the land and the environment. They are finding new ways to be good stewards of the land, with the aim of passing it on in good condition for future generations to enjoy.

‘Our main business focus is supplying top quality potatoes to the consumer. We are growing a wide range of potatoes on light, rich and irrigated soils, which helps produce good looking and most importantly, tasty spuds!’

Nick Harrold of EF Harrold

‘We need to create a situation in which sustainable and forward-looking farm businesses can thrive and deliver what the nation and the public want, within a framework of protection and restoration of all aspects of our precious natural and historic environment.’

Patrick Begg, National Trust

National Trust Statistics

290 Parks and Gardens

350+ Historic Houses

28 Castles

104 Nature Reserves

135 Landscapes/Deer Parks

6 World Heritage sites on National Trust land

250,000 Hectares of countryside, moorland, beaches and coastline

2,000 tenant farmers

12 Lighthouses

More than 5.6 million people are members of the National Trust. That's more than the entire population of Finland. It's thanks to the support of their members that the National Trust is able to protect over 500 places for everyone to enjoy now and in the future.