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British grown camelina

Camelina originally came to the UK from southeastern Europe. Grown for over 3000 years, it has been used as an oilseed. It was valued for its nutritious nutty oil and seeds. Over time the crop has been largely forgotten but has recently made a comeback.



British Grown Camelina | Hodmedod's


Hodmedod’s was set up by three men, Nick Saltmarsh, Josiah Meldrum, and William Hudson in 2012. Hodmedod’s sells a range of Grains that are crucially always grown in Britain. They also have specialised in grains that are no longer commonly produced such as the Fava bean, these are well suited to regenerative farming systems where these more traditional grains are less nutrient-depleting and intensive on the soil, offering fewer crops per hectare yet are sustainable on the land.

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