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RG Abrey Farms

RG Abrey Farms fresh produce site is located in the heart of the Brecklands. The business was started in 1939 by the late Russel Gordon Abrey in the Box Valley, Suffolk.

It is now a 3rd generation family farming business growing combinable crops, sugar beet and specialising in early new season root vegetable production with modern storage for year round supply.

Annual production is in excess of 100,000 tonnes of root vegetables, supplied direct to major multiples, packers, wholesale and processing outlets, together with other arable crops which complement the rotation.

Our progressive approach is geared towards energy efficient production which is environmentally sympathetic targeting the highest accreditation standards.

Facilities include over 400 million gallons of winter storage water, 30,000 tonnes of specialist vegetable storage, along with grading and packing lines capable of producing 1kg up to 1 tonne bags in various formats.



  Few of the lowland districts of England have more striking individual characteristics than the area known as Breckland
W.G. Clarke, 1925

The Breckland landscape consists of tranquil forest, open heathland and agricultural land, home to many unique and distinctive plants, animals and birds.

A study by the University of East Anglia found that more than a quarter of the UK’s rare species were found on farmland in the Brecklands.