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  • Riverside Real Food

    Riverside Real Food (RCMA Social Enterprise Ltd) runs three weekly Farmers’ Markets in Cardiff; Riverside, Roath and Rhiwbina. The Markets provide access to the very best in local, fresh, Welsh and organic food – supporting sustainable agriculture  and reducing food miles and wasteful packaging. RCMA also runs a community garden and programmes of food-related outreach and education projects in the local community, including Blas pop-up events. Blas is the welsh word for taste, something they are all about at Riverside Real Food. Frustrated by the lack of opportunities for traders producing incredible streetfood,  the organisers started Blas, a series of pop up food events filled with locally-made dishes and drinks. These have become a community gathering for people who love their food local and delicious. Blas has been running for two years with pop ups in Riverside, Roath, Cardiff University and Pontcanna and has been a starting point for many food businesses that you see popping up all over Cardiff.

  • Potato House

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    Potato House is a new online shop belonging to Skea Organics Ltd, the family-run business in the heart of Scotland which has been supplying potatoes for many years now. The website is dedicated to the gardeners and small passionate growers who are looking for high quality seed potatoes with unique taste and specific characteristics. They offer a wide selection of speciality, heritage and organic seed potatoes. If you visit the shop you can browse through the different varieties to find exactly what are you looking for.

  • Chequers Kitchen Cookery School

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    A social enterprise on a mission to teach people to cook from scratch with fresh ingredients. We offer recreational cookery classes such as bread making, Italian and Thai cooking, as well as free and subsidised classes for those who are disadvantaged. Our specialist courses include cooking for Type 2 diabetes, heart healthy cooking, classes for unemployed people to gain skills for the catering industry, lessons for young people preparing to leave care, and more.

  • Market Bistro

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    Award-winning sustainable restaurant, members of the Sustainable Restaurant Association, awarded the top star rating of three stars. Family run, Lucy & Richard are passionate about the traceability of the food they serve.

  • Southbank Centre Food Market

    Southbank Centre Food Market showcases some of the best street food and produce in the capital. Bursting with fresh, creative and vibrant flavours, the market caters for food lovers and explorers alike. Since April 2015 Southbank Centre has created a smorgasbord of culinary delights, making the Southbank Centre Food Market one of London’s top food destinations. Find the market on Southbank Centre Square each weekend including bank holidays.

  • Ruby Violet – Tufnell Park

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    We are based on the borders of Tufnell Park and Kentish Town, a little jewel in the heart of Fortess Road, from where we serve our delicious ice cream and sorbet. We take time to create our flavours, for example the toasted coconut is made by cracking then peeling the coconuts, grating, toasting then soaking in the milk and cream for 2 days, straining then churning. All the dairy ice cream is made in small batches, using seasonal fruit prepared daily on the premises. In the summer the mint, rhubarb, apples and honey are all sourced from within a few miles. Blackberries and damsons come from Julie’s home village of Flintham in Nottinghamshire. Julie decided right at the beginning to only use organic milk, free range eggs, British or fair trade sugar. We use no artificial preservatives and all our tubs are biodegradable and compostable, and we recycle our spoons. The ice creams all contain egg yolk. The sorbets contain no dairy. All the sorbets and ice creams may contain traces of nuts, as we use the same equipment and although it is cleaned thoroughly between each batch we cannot guarantee a completely nut free product. We’re always open to suggestions for new flavours and are very willing to experiment, so please contact us with any ideas. Ruby Violet also offers catering for special events and weddings and runs ice cream and so

  • Ruby Violet – King’s Cross

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    Our Kings Cross branch opened at the end of May 2016 in the Canal Quarter of the new development, situated in the Midland Goods shed next to Waitrose wine bar. Our Panama table with its curvy profile came from the bottom of the Panama canal, we subsequently redesigned the seating area to accommodate this rather spontaneous purchase. All the dairy ice cream is made in small batches, using seasonal fruit prepared daily on the premises. In the summer the mint, rhubarb, apples and honey are all sourced from within a few miles. Blackberries and damsons come from Julie’s home village of Flintham in Nottinghamshire. Julie decided right at the beginning to only use organic milk, free range eggs, British or fair trade sugar. We use no artificial preservatives and all our tubs are biodegradable and compostable, and we recycle our spoons. The ice creams all contain egg yolk. The sorbets contain no dairy. All the sorbets and ice creams may contain traces of nuts, as we use the same equipment and although it is cleaned thoroughly between each batch we cannot guarantee a completely nut free product. Ruby Violet also offers catering for special events and weddings and runs ice cream and sorbet-making classes for adults and children.

  • The Crown Hastings

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    The Crown Hastings is an independent freehouse situated on the picturesque All Saints Street between the East Hill country park and the beach. We offer a welcoming and friendly environment to enjoy high quality food and drink. Using local suppliers and seasonal ingredients we make delicious homecooked food. We serve a selection of local ales and craft beers, fine wines, specialist gins, whiskeys and cider. Join us for a coffee or tea and try our range of soft drinks. Local art on the walls, daily newspapers, dog friendly, great music, free wifi, open fires and games tables, there is plenty here to keep all the family happy. We take bookings for tables of 8 people and over, otherwise just turn up. Our kitchen is open all day until an hour before closing time. We look forward to welcoming you at The Crown.

  • Poco Bristol

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    Since its birth in 2004 Poco has toured the UK’s best festivals, preparing mountainous feasts for hungry revellers. Our charcoal grilled fish, meats and wraps bursting with colourful superfood salads have become legendary with festival goer and crew alike. In Autumn of 2011 the we took a step further and set up our first cafe in bricks and mortar, at the heart of an area as vibrant as our food- Bristols Stokes Croft. This thriving community and hotbed of creativity has welcomed us with open arms and given us the perfect home to lay down our roots. Tom Hunt, Jen Best and Ben Pryor opened up shop on the corner of Jamaica Street and brought together a devotion to seasonality, locality, great food and atmosphere with a core passion for sustainability.

  • Mildreds – Soho

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    Very popular, informal vegetarian restaurant in Soho serving global dishes from a daily changing menu. Uses free-range eggs and organic produce where possible and serves a selection of organic wines and beers. ‘Every visit is a pleasure … imaginative and tasty dishes with excellent textures,’ says Craig John Wilson in Veggie London.

  • Mildreds – Kings Cross

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    Another branch of the original popular and informal vegetarian restaurant in Soho serving global dishes from a daily changing menu. Uses free-range eggs and organic produce where possible and serves a selection of organic wines and beers. ‘Every visit is a pleasure … imaginative and tasty dishes with excellent textures,’ says Craig John Wilson in Veggie London.

  • Mildreds – Dalston

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    Another branch of the original popular and informal vegetarian restaurant in Soho serving global dishes from a daily changing menu. Uses free-range eggs and organic produce where possible and serves a selection of organic wines and beers. ‘Every visit is a pleasure … imaginative and tasty dishes with excellent textures,’ says Craig John Wilson in Veggie London.

  • Mildreds – Camden

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    Another branch of the original popular and informal vegetarian restaurant in Soho serving global dishes from a daily changing menu. Uses free-range eggs and organic produce where possible and serves a selection of organic wines and beers. ‘Every visit is a pleasure … imaginative and tasty dishes with excellent textures,’ says Craig John Wilson in Veggie London.

  • Golspie Mill

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    Wholesaler and supplier of artisan, organic stoneground flours and meals. Driven by water from the Big Burn and using only the finest natural ingredients, Golspie Mill has been making a high-quality range of flours and meals since being fully restored in 1992. Many of the wholesome products are organic; all of them are entirely free from additives and made with pure, milled whole grains and pulses. They grind and pack to order, ensuring a fresh and healthy product.

  • Karma Cola UK

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    We believe what you drink should not only taste good, it should be good for the land, good for the people who grow the ingredients and as good for you as a fizzy drink can be. A few years ago we had a crazy idea that sent us on a search for cola, the name ingredient in the world’s most popular fizzy drinks. We wanted to connect cola drinkers with growers in a way that respected everyone and everything in between. It took us all the way to a small village called Boma in West Africa where cola nut is traditionally harvested and Karma Cola was born. Now, two years on, every time you buy a bottle, part of the proceeds go back to Boma in Sierra Leone to help rebuild in the aftermath of war. Karma Cola has already helped to build a bridge, a rice processing plant and send 45 young girls and boys to school.

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