Worldwide Truffle

Plantation Establishment

Our approach to truffle cultivation is different. We want you to be successful and we want to be part of your journey. We partner with land owners and we guide you at every step of the way, from orchard establishment to harvesting and distribution of the truffles.

Having built the world's largest truffle research network and having been the first to produce truffles in a number of countries, we believe our technique is one of the most advanced currently employed. From our own genetics lab (DNA testing and research) to our own truffle distribution network, you can be comfortable that you're in the hands of experts.

If you're a landowner interested in Farm Diversification, and curious to learn more about truffle cultivation, then please see our information on truffle trees and the consultancy we can offer.

Our technology is currently producing truffles in a wide number of countries including England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, The Netherlands, Macedonia, South Africa and the U.S.

  • Samantha Ellis

    From guidance in orchard establishment, tree supply and management to our own truffle distribution network, we've got all angles covered

    Samantha Ellis
    Business Development
  • Dr Paul Thomas

    Thorough and scientific methodologies, attention to detail and having a committed partner at every step of the way, is the only reliable approach to truffle cultivation

    Dr Paul Thomas
    General Director
  • Daniel Paskin

    With our own genetics lab and research sites in 23 countries, we are truly world-leading in the field

    Daniel Paskin
    Nursery Manager

As seen on the BBC, C4, Sky One, CNN and others

January 30, 2023

New UK truffle Centre to open in 2023/24

Exciting plans are afoot as we plan to open the first UK truffle centre in late 2023/24.
January 30, 2023

Napa Truffle Festival 2023

The Napa Truffle festival, the premier truffle festival in the US, celebrated all things truffles with a series of fun events.
August 5, 2022

Can I grow white truffles? truffle literature, it is often claimed that truffle mycorrhiza can tolerate submersion for '14 days and no more' but with flood events increasing in frequency, we thought we'd put this to the test. As part of the experiment, saplings with truffle mycorrhiza were flooded from 7 to 65 days and full results have now been published.