The Farm


We grow a vast amount of healthy organic crops on our beautiful farm just to the East of Edinburgh. We sell our produce mostly through our box Scheme, ECOBOX. The boxes are delivered within a 30 mile radius and our three main delivery vans are pure electric so zero pollution! The boxes are made up in several different sizes with some vegetables as basics every week: potatoes, carrots onion, mushrooms, salad. Contents can be customized a bit or we have an on line shop so you can order exactly what you want. Our delivery runs are incredibly efficient as we already deliver to most streets Edinburgh, so it’s a bit like an old fashioned milk round. We wouldn’t rule out using a horse and cart in the future either!
Our mission has always been to grow and supply fresh organic produce so that it is more affordable to everyone. Cutting out the middleman trail means our produce is normally around 30% less than major supermarkets.(see our price comparison section). We are very lucky as first generation farmers to have had such support from customer friends over the years. Some of which have been with us since we started 20 years ago.

Location
The office, packing shed and nursery are based at:
East Coast Organics Ltd
24 Boggs Holdings
Pencaitland
East Lothian
EH34 5BD
01875 340227
admin@eastcoastorganics.co.uk

Car: take the B6363 from the A1 and head towards Pencaitland.
Bus: Lothian Buses no 113 every 1/2hour from Edinburgh to Pencaitland. Then 1 mile walk to Boggs Holdings.
Train: To Longniddry then cycle south on the B6363
Bike: Cycle from Edinburgh to Pencaitland along the railway cycle path.
From Pencaitland head north at the cross roads on the East side of the village, then take the first right into the Holdings, then take the lane heading east opposite the community hall.
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The main farm (where we have our Open Days) is based at:
Eco Farms
By Morham
Haddington
East Lothian
EH41 4PD
Head towards Gifford from Haddington, then after 1½ miles take the road on the left signposted to Morham. We are 300m along this road on the left. There are green electric deer gates.