Ibbotson’s Fresh Quality Produce
Ibbotson’s Fresh Quality Produce was established in 1945 and is a small family run business currently managed by the third generation of the Ibbotson family. The team selects vegetables, fruit and salad fresh every morning from local farmers and surrounding wholesale markets. These are sold on the firm’s prominently positioned stall on Chesterfield market place, winner of the favourite Market Stall three years running as voted for by the shoppers of Chesterfield.
In 2015 Ibbotson’s Fresh Quality Produce was named Chesterfield Retailer of the Year at the Chesterfield Retail Awards.
Ibbotson’s also has a shop based in the heart of Hasland village which stocks a wide variety of quality fresh produce and offers all aspects of floristry services such as flowers for birthdays, anniversaries and thank you flowers to weddings and funerals. They stock a wide variety of flowers and plants and offer free local delivery.
Ibbotson’s have always supplied and delivered produce to the catering industry and supply many local restaurants, pubs and cafes but have now decided to extend their service to everyone! The team is now delivering veg, salad and fruit boxes to Chesterfield and the surrounding area. The boxes contain a variety of the best quality products. It’s affordable, convenient and we deliver directly to your door.
Ibbotson’s Fresh Quality Produce is owned and managed by Nick Ibbotson who has lived and worked in Chesterfield for most of his life. Nick says “Chesterfield has been the base of my family’s business for many years and we have seen many changes in the town centre and surrounding areas. It continues to be a vibrant place with lots of character and history. We have established a large customer base many of whom travel to Chesterfield to visit and shop in the town centre.
“The Chesterfield Champions scheme offers a great opportunity for local businesses like us to get to know other small businesses in the area, exchanging knowledge and skills to help the continued growth of local businesses.”