Definition of farm shop in English:

farm shop

noun

British
  • A shop which sells produce from a farm directly to the public.

    ‘buying from farm shops and farmers' markets helps sustain the rural economy’
    • ‘The newly opened farm shop at Castle Howard has also exceeded all expectations.’
    • ‘Simon's parents have farmed at the site for 25 years and he opened the farm shop and cafe to strengthen the business.’
    • ‘More and more farmers are now diversifying into non-food businesses such as horse-riding, farm shops and tourism.’
    • ‘Sales through farmers' markets and farm shops have grown faster than any other retail outlet.’
    • ‘There is locally caught fish from the fish market and there are plenty of farm shops that trade locally.’
    • ‘Because so many farms have diversified in recent years there are often jobs for partners in bakeries, dairies and farm shops.’
    • ‘My local farm shop makes terrific ice-cream from its soft fruits, using little but cream and sugar.’
    • ‘The farm shop, which has become a bit of an institution for local people, will also be closing down next week.’
    • ‘But now the farm shop she set up to help her stay home with her three children is booming - and she is looking to expand her business.’
    • ‘The couple planned to develop a farm shop, together with refreshment facilities, at the lavender farm.’