It’s a concern to see customers crowded close together in supermarkets at a time when all medical advice is telling us unambiguously to practice social distancing. We sympathise with anyone seeking to keep their family fed, but is there a way to keep them fed while also taking steps to keep them safe?
Castell Howell Foods has been a standard bearer for Welsh industry for decades. From simple origins farming cows and chickens on family land in Trevaughan, in the heart of West Wales, the business took off in the late 1980s and with a turnover of £130 million it now stands proudly as one of Britain’s leading wholesalers.
Throughout their growth and success, the management team at Castell Howell Foods have remained loyal and committed to their Welsh employees and customers. Their deserved reputation as a supporter of our communities has been underlined again just when the communities need that support the most. Working hand in hand with Carmarthenshire Council, Castell Howell has set up a phone and collect distribution service that complies fully with medical guidance and conveys a superb range of products safely to our tables.
Orders can be placed seven days a week, between 8am and 8pm from Monday to Friday and between 8am and 4pm on weekends.
Browse products at:
Place orders, paying by credit or debit card, by calling:
Collect your orders seven days a week at:
Castell Howell Foods, Cross Hands Food Park, Carmarthenshire, SA14 6SX
This Thursday, March 26th, you can also collect food at the following locations and times:
Llandeilo Bakery, Beechwood Industrial Estate, Llandeilo SA19 7HR (10am – 2pm)
Ramps Skate Park, Traeth Ffordd, Sandy Bridge SA15 4AX (10am – 2pm)
Roadhouse Restaurant, Llanboidy Road Roundabout, Whitland SA34 0LG (10am – 2pm)
Llanbydder Rugby Club, Station terrace, Llanbydder SA40 9XX (2pm – 3pm)
Gwesty’r Emlyn Hotel (rear entrance) Bridge Street, Newcastle Emlyn SA38 9DU (2pm – 3pm)
Less than three months ago we entered a new decade, and many of us made predictions for what the 2020s might hold in store. We didn’t predict this. We’re entering a phase of day-to-day living that none of us saw coming, but we will get through it. We will pull together as a region and emerge stronger. All of us can play our part and Castell Howell Foods are undoubtedly playing theirs to the full. Wales’s food wholesaler is keeping Wales safely fed and there’s only one thing to say to them.