All of our meat is traceable from farm to fork and 80% is sourced locally on the Isle of Wight

Island Foods in Ryde, has built up a long standing reputation as a traditional butcher where traditional methods continue to mean first class quality and exceptional value for money. All our products are prepared at our purpose built cutting plant which is audited annually by the Food Standards Agency, The Red Tractor Farm Assurance Scheme and SALSA (Safe & Local Supplier Approval) to ensure we meet the highest possible standards.

Trusted local suppliers

“The Isle of Wights finest Beef and Lamb, reared by those that genuinely care”

We work very closely with local farmers whom we know rear consistently great, Grass Fed animals. This makes a big difference to the quality, ensuring we get the same premium taste every time.


How can you be sure you know exactly where your food originated from? We have a comprehensive traceability system in place which will provide this invaluable asset. We can tell you each animals place and date of birth, as well as the breed and sex. This traceability is then continued to the point of use by uniquely coding every individual product within our premises.

Come and see for yourself

We are so proud to show off our quality and hygiene standards it would be a pleasure to give you a guided tour of our EC Approved premises. Call us to arrange this entirely at your convenience. Alternatively, why not just pop in during our open hours and chat to one of our friendly Butchers in our busy retail unit. We’re here to help.

November Special

A great value hamper designed to feed the family for over a week!
(Available 1st -30th November)

  • 1kg Beef Topside
  • 1 x Whole Chicken
  • 450g Diced Chicken
  • 450g Isle of Wight Steak Mince
  • 4 x Rissoles
  • 4 x Pork Steaks
  • 1 pack Bacon
  • 8 x Pork Sausages

Only £30.00!

Island-wide delivery

Service available 6 days a week

Get in touch

Call us on 01983 717606 or email us here

STS, SALSA, PAI, RPA, Food Standards Agency, Assured Food Standards