a better ecosystem for the food and drink industry

Tried & Supplied makes your supply chain more efficient and eco-friendly through better sourcing, procurement and purchasing. With our purpose-built platform and Food Web, we’re here to support and inspire you as you transition to a better and more sustainable way of doing business.

Connect and collaborate

Our community allows you to make new connections and collaborate with like-minded suppliers, producers and venues who share your ethos.


Our user-friendly and intuitive platform lets you manage multiple relationships in one place, access our network of suppliers, consolidate deliveries and report on your environmental impact.


We connect suppliers with their customers, resulting in clearer communication, improved accuracy and a better understanding of what buyers are looking for when it comes to sustainability.

Logistics providers

We work with smaller suppliers to optimise delivery routes, with cross-docking and shared warehousing initiatives across a range of partners to improve efficiency, sustainability and cost-effectiveness.

Buyers we support

Contract caterers
Purchasing groups
Independent restaurants and restaurant groups
Public sector catering
Recipe box and meal kit providers
Food and drink retailers and e-tailers

And because food and drink fill us with wonder, we also write, Saucy Dressings, the eccentric guide for people who take food and drink seriously…

How does Raymond Blanc run his own vegetable garden at Le Manoir, Oxfordshire?

A trip to Oxford was not going to be complete for me without a visit to Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons hotel. However,…
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10 unusual ingredients you never thought would grow in the UK

  It feels like you can eat so many unusual ingredients in British restaurants these days – from jerked alpaca at the Archipelago to passionfruit…
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Dominic from The Rusty Bicycle, Oxford on how pubs can revitalise communities

A big fan of The Landmark Trust properties, I was excited to find a pub company, aptly named The Dodo Pub Company, that rescued…
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