Perry Court Farm has been growing wonderful fruit and vegetables in a responsible and environmentally friendly way for three generations now. Traditional methods of farming have been passed down, and mixed with modern know-how on sustainable agricultural practices, to give a way of producing food that really works in the long run. The farm now produces over 200 different varieties of English crops the majority of which are supplied direct to the consumer through farmers' markets and their dedicated farm shop. The farm shop is located in the Stour Valley in the finest Kent countryside, surrounded by traditional apple and pear orchards, fields of fresh vegetables and summer fruits, all of which are available to buy. The Shop has been running for over 50 years and has slowly expanded from the original fruit stall to the Food Hall it is today. As well as the farm shop, Perry Court Farm are now also famous for their fruit crisp range, developed by Charlie Fermor in 2008 after he began experimenting with crisp making in his university house at Reading. The fruit crisps became hugely popular and are now available all over the world.