No Records Found

Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.

Google Map Not Loaded

Sorry, unable to load Google Maps API.

All 01.02 SHOPS & MARKETS

  •  

    Loch Arthur Farm Shop

    Email:
    Certification, Accreditations & Memberships:

    Demeter certification

    Loch Arthur Farm Shop has become a much treasured and appreciated destination in Dumfries & Galloway for those who appreciate quality food both sourced and produced with care and integrity. We take great pride in offering one of Southwest Scotland’s finest selections of organic foods complemented by a carefully chosen selection of crafts and food accessories. Our café serves a delightful range of cakes, soups and light meals produced from the finest ingredients; predominantly organic and very fresh. It has become a much appreciated meeting place in Dumfries and Galloway, valued not only for its fine, simple food and drinks but also for its quality of light, warmth and tranquillity. The Farm Shop building itself is of sound ecological standards; a building of beauty that sits comfortably within the landscape, constructed of living materials, chosen with care. It has grown out of the efforts, care and generosity of many people; but, most importantly, it is a building with a purpose, a building that can welcome, that can offer possibilities, and that can enable many people to share in this unique expression of Social Enterprise. Loch Arthur is part of the Camphill Village Trust which encompasses several communities whose life and work incorporate adults with special needs. The work at Loch Arthur centres around the agricultural lif

  •  

    Source Food Hall & Café

    Email:

    Situated in the heart of Bristol’s historic St. Nicholas Market, Source offers a unique food experience where you can buy the freshest produce from the shop and eat from a seasonally changing menu. The daily menu showcases the range of produce available from a network of suppliers whether it is local Old Spot pork or Cornish mackerel. The shop offers the best in fish, meat and poultry, game, cheese, fruit and veg, complemented by a range of sauces, cakes and savouries. The café serves one of the best breakfasts in the city.

  •  

    Healthfood Centre

    Email:

    Specialises in natural supplements and also offers a wide selection of healthy vegetarian grocery items, fresh juices, and vegetarian and vegan hot meals. Promotes healthy living from the inside out.

  • The Organic Farm Shop

    Email:
    Certification, Accreditations & Memberships:

    Soil Association

    Award-winning organic farm shop and café, selling their own seasonal vegetables, meat, eggs, milk and dairy products, home cooked cakes, ready meals, and cut flowers, all Soil Association-registered, and providing delicious lunches and teas in the café and garden. Also stocks a wide range of organic groceries, beauty products, organic bed and table linen and books and vegetable seeds. There is a woodland walk for customers and the Green Room at the farm shop is also available for hire. This can seat up to 200 people for lectures, but is equally suitable for much smaller workshops, seminars, talks and team building days using the farm and garden. The Green Teaching Kitchen hosts a diverse range of cookery classes (more details on the website). Organic catering is also provided on site. A green oakframe building, with solar/wood chip heating, soya based paints, low energy lighting is available for longer conferences. Other accommodation includes a yurt in a woodland clearing, a hut by a pond for secluded visits and a four-yurt camp for up to 18 people for larger gatherings, birthday celebrations and workshop accommodation. The farm also offers a greenfield campsite.

  • Tiddly Pomme

    Email:

    Tiddly Pomme was the first shop to open in the newly-refurbished Market Place at Brogdale Farm, the home of the National Fruit Collections at Faversham in Kent. We are the home to a fabulous range of bottled Kentish ales and ciders, wines, spirits and liqueurs, as well as our own Brogdale Craft Cider (makers of Woolly Pig), produced entirely from apples of the National Fruit Collections here at Brogdale. We are also the main stockist of Brogdale Juices, pure single variety and blended apple and pear juices made from the same fruits as our ciders. Our range of locally produced food and drinks is ever expanding, and is complimented by a fabulous range of gifts, cards, prints and books.

  • London Farmers’ Markets

    Email:

    Runs FARMA-certified farmers’ markets in London. All producers come from within 100 miles of the M25 and sell local, seasonal produce direct from the farm. Markets take place in: Balham Blackheath Bloomsbury Ealing Earls Court Islington Ladbroke Grove London Bridge Marylebone Notting Hill Parliament Hill Pimlico Road Queens Park South Kensington (two markets, one on Tuesdays, the other on Saturdays) Swiss Cottage Twickenham Walthamstow West Hampstead Westminster Bride Wimbledon

  • Riverside Organic Farm Shop & Café

    Email:
    Certification, Accreditations & Memberships:

    Soil Association

    Riverside Organic is a family run farm shop and café in Whatcroft, just outside Davenham in Cheshire. The shop opened in March 2005 initially as an outlet for their own high quality and organic beef, lamb, fruit and vegetables off the farm. Since then, the shop and now café and delivery box service, has gone from strength to strength and sells over 600 organic products. The Bennett family have been running their beautiful Cheshire farm for three generations and come from families that have farmed in Cheshire for more generations that the family can remember. Shipbrook Hill Farm lies either side the meandering River Dane and is in total 335 acres of organic land. Simon Bennett is the youngest partner and has tried hard to diversify the business to meet the increasing demand for farm fresh organic food. Simon explained, “Our policy at Riverside Organic is to produce the finest organic meats from traditional breeds such as Hereford, Aberdeen Angus & Welsh Black. We take the view that although these breeds often take longer to finish the extra efforts are rewarded with superb quality & taste. We grow all the feed for the cattle on the farm giving us complete traceability.” The land drops away from the farmstead to the flood meadows of the Dane Valley which provides habitat for a number of important species, including lapwing, partri

  • Unicorn Grocery

    Email:

    Named ‘Best Food Retailer’ at the 2017 BBC Food & Farming Awards, we offer our Manchester customer-base an unbeatable range of affordable, fresh and wholesome food with an emphasis on organic, fair-trade and local produce. We’re the size of a supermarket but run as a workers’ co-operative, owned and democratically controlled by staff you see here in the shop. Unicorn was established in 1996 by a small group of people committed to social change, who had a vision for the kind of place they wanted to shop in themselves. A place where a really wide range of wholesome, tasty food, sourced with care, would be sold at affordable prices. A shop owned and run by motivated worker-owners following a shared social and environmental agenda. A friendly, diverse and welcoming space that would act as a hub in the community. Although we’ve grown a lot since then, those things remain true today. We’re proud to have proved that a worker-owned business with values can compete with national chains and provide a genuine alternative to the supermarket, and we’re now more or less the size of one. Co-op members still aim to run the kind of shop they love shopping in. We hope you enjoy it too.

  • Sound Bites

    Email:

    A not-for-profit wholefood shop run as a workers’ co-operative, stocking local organic produce, fair trade goods and eco cleaning products, supporting local growers as much as possible. Also offers a local delivery service to the Derby area There is also a small veggie café (Yaffle Café) and information space for the use of local campaigning and community groups. Above the shop there is a meeting and therapy room available for hire. Get in touch for details these and the delivery scheme.

  • Daily Bread Co-operative Cambridge

    Email:

    One of the biggest suppliers of wholefoods and related products to the public in the UK with over 2,000 products from beans to herbal remedies. Runs a mail order service and an online store offering nationwide delivery to the UK. The business is owned and controlled by the people working in it, with no outside shareholders. As a Workers co-operative Daily Bread believe in putting people before profit.

  • Borough Market

    Email:

    Borough Market is rich with history, but it remains as relevant now as it has ever been. As London’s oldest food market, it has been serving the people of Southwark for 1,000 years, and that extraordinary heritage is an important part of its appeal. But this is not a museum piece—it is a dynamic, ever-changing institution; a participant in the wider debates around what we eat and where it comes from; a place where food is talked about almost as enthusiastically as it is consumed. First and foremost, though, it is a source of genuinely exceptional produce. Many of the Market’s stallholders are themselves producers: the farmer who reared the animal, the fisherman who caught the fish, the baker who baked the bread. Other traders have built their reputations on seeking out small-scale artisan producers and bringing their wares to Borough. Together, the Market’s stalls, shops and restaurants reflect London’s status as a truly global city, with traditional British produce sitting alongside regional specialities from around the world. Borough Market is a riot of colours, smells and human engagement. The traders—a vast repository of culinary knowledge—are only too happy to share their expertise with shoppers, or else just pass the time of day. Their voices are added to by the chefs, food writers, campaigners and teachers who help make t

  • Wallington Farmers’ Market

    Email:

    Wallington Farmers’ Market is held from 9am to 1pm every second Saturday of the month at the Old Town Hall and Library Gardens in Woodcote Road, Wallington. Established in 1999, it is the borough’s oldest Farmers’ Market and hosts around 26 local producers stalls every month. All the stallholders are local producers and sell fresh, high quality produce at competitive prices. The market is run by Ecolocal, The Old School House, Mill Lane, Carshalton SM5 2JY

  • Sudbury Farmers’ Market

    Email:

    Sudbury Farmers’ Market was relaunched in May 2012 and is now one of the busiest town centre farmers’ markets in Suffolk. The market is held on the last Friday of each month in St Peters, Market Hill right in the centre of town and is the perfect place to stock up on all your food shopping.  Sudbury Farmers’ Market is a thriving, buzzing hub of activity with people queuing to buy John’s amazing vegetables even before the doors properly open! Over thirty traders fill St Peter’s selling a fantastic range of the very best, fresh, local produce and a small selection of the highest quality, hand produced crafts. Produce on offer each month includes fresh fish from Burwell, local venison, pork & beef, home baked cakes, local honey, Suffolk mushrooms, Suffolk pies, freshly baked bread, jams and chutneys and an amazing selection of locally grown fresh vegetables. There is a wonderful café available which is run by the Sudbury based charity, The Bridge Project, that serves delicious scones, sandwiches and great coffee. Run by Justine Paul, Suffolk’s Food & Drink Hero 2015.

  • Stoke Newington Farmers’ Market

    Email:

    Growing Communities is a small social enterprise in Hackney, running an organic fruit and vegetable box scheme, a certified farmers’ market every Saturday in Stoke Newington where all the producers sell organic, biodynamic or wild produce and a Neighbourhood Food Growing Project on three sites in Hackney. Local schools, residents and groups with special needs can visit their sites to learn more about organic food growing or to become a regular volunteer. Growing Communities is working to improve the food we eat, the community we live in and the environment through these projects. Visit the website for more details of how to get involved or to join the box scheme. Just up the road from Dalston and Shoreditch you’ll find the UK’s only 100% organic farmers’ market. All our farmers are either organic or bio-dynamic. What’s more, we ask the stallholders making processed foods to source most of their ingredients from those farmers. So not only do you get delicious food but you’re also supporting small, sustainable farms almost all from within 60 miles of London.

  • Treehouse

    Email:

    Sells fresh organic fruit and vegetables, many grown in the shop’s own market garden. Local produce includes organic meat, cheeses and dairy products with a wide range of other organic products and a great selection of freshly prepared take-away food. Also has a box scheme.

Showing 01.02 SHOPS & MARKETS 1-15 of 93

Related Listing

    • Vigeo EirisVigeo Eiris
    • Ethical Consumer Research AssociationEthical Consumer Research Association
    • Kingswood ConsultantsKingswood Consultants
    • Holden & PartnersHolden & Partners
    • Shared InterestShared Interest