The company, whose suppliers currently include blackcurrant grower and NFU horticulture and potatoes board member Anthony Snell, is requesting that any growers who come forward should have a traceable supply chain and at least one tonne of fruit.
A Yeo Valley representative said: "To support our efforts to find new and interesting fruits, as well as more sources for our old favourites, we are going on a fruit quest to find fresh and exciting ingredients that can take the starring role in our future recipes. So if your produce is organically certified, and you're growing something exotic and unusual or traditional and tasty, please take a look at our online checklist. All of our fruit quest items must tick four of the points you'll see at yeovalley.co.uk/fruitquest."
The company recently acquired its own fruit business - Yeo Valley Fruits, which was formerly Coombe Farm Fruits - where it stores all of its fruit supplies.