All Listings in Bristol

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  • Real Economy – Bristol

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    Real Economy is a charitable community benefits society with a trading arm. We offer the community of Bristol an alternative way of buying their food. – Customers order online in the Real Economy shop, our trading arm, including the whole range of regular groceries from fresh fruit and veg (a large organic range is available) meat, dairy, bread, kitchen cupboard essentials and cleaning products. – All products are sourced from local farms, small independent local businesses and ethical suppliers who receive a fair margin that allows them to make a decent living. – Customers can avoid supermarkets and support a large range of small local businesses without having to travel all over the city. Real Economy prepares the individual orders and delivers to collection points around Bristol every Thursday. The important point is that people can use their weekly shop to have a wider impact: Supporting the community and tackling food hardship and isolation in the city. Any profits made by the trading arm are invested in the Real Economy Centres, which provide access to healthy food and social engagement for members of the community that face food insecurity. Participants share a weekly communal lunch and social activities, such as growing food, cooking or craft sessions.

  • 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.

  • Wild Oats Wholefood

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    Sells a wide range of wholefood and organic products, chilled and frozen foods, fresh bread and takeaways, homemade soups and salads, natural remedies, food supplements, aromatherapy oils, books, skin care and cosmetics, macrobiotic supplies, organic wines and beers. Ecover Refill and mail order services are available.

  • Harvest – Bristol

    Wholefood retailer specialising in wholefood, organic and fairly traded goods, including fresh produce, chocolate, ice cream, tea, coffee and also organic, wine, beer, cider and vegan foods.

  • Better Food Company – Whiteladies Road Food Hall & Deli

    The second outlet of Bristol’s Better Food Company, an independent organic supermarket, selling everything from bread and deli products, books, wine, meat and cleaning products, and of course fresh fruit and vegetables, many from their own organic growing operation in North Somerset. The Deli serves freshly prepared light-bites, soup (on cold days), cakes and biscuits. Stuffed to the gunnels with local and artisan cheese, local cooked meats, falafels, bhajis, marinated wonders and so much more. BFC also delivers fruit and veg boxes locally, using locally-sourced produce.

  • Better Food Company – Wapping Wharf

    Our Wapping Wharf store – the newest of the Better Food family – is located close to the Harbourside and SS Great Britain on Gaol Ferry Steps, joining South Bristol to the city centre. Like our other stores, it’s full to the brim with organic fruit and veg, organic and fair trade groceries, health and bodycare, ethical household goods, organic beer (lots of it) and wine. This store has the added bonus of a sunny outdoor terrace adjoining the café, perfect in the summer. The café serves all kinds of organic treats. We have brunch and lunches to have in or takeaway, fresh juices, teas and coffees. Because we know the importance of elevenses, you’ll also find a selection of delicious cakes and snacks.

  • Better Food Company – St Werburghs Shop & Café

    Better Food Company is an independent organic supermarket and café in inner city Bristol selling everything from bread and deli products, books, wine, meat and cleaning products, and of course fresh fruit and vegetables, many from their own organic growing operation in North Somerset. The café serves fresh and tasty organic food and snacks, Sunday roasts and breakfasts. BFC also delivers fruit and veg boxes locally, using locally-sourced produce.

  • New Dawn Traders Ltd

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    We are an independent trading company based in the South West of England. At the moment we sell rum, port, olive oil, nuts, olives, salt, berries, chestnuts and chocolate, brought to our shores by the pioneering engineless tall ship, Tres Hombres. We have made our own New Dawn Chocolate out of Dominican Republic cocoa beans also delivered under sail. Our exotic treasures are chosen for their exceptional taste and ethical goodness from soil to serving. The entire supply chain is our adventure and we’d like to share it with you!

  • Soil Association Certification

    Soil Association Certification is the UK’s largest organic certification body, responsible for certifying over 70% of all organic products sold in the country. We certify organic food and farming, organic textiles and organic beauty products. Since 1973 our team has built up extensive practical experience and provide unrivalled support before, during and after certification. The Soil Association organic logo on pack is the most recognised in the UK and your customer’s guarantee that your produce meets the highest standards of sustainability and quality. As a charity we rely on member and donor support to carry out our work. Give your beliefs a voice and join us today. There are many other ways to support our work and get involved, explore our website and find out what’s best for you.

  • Soil Association

    The Soil Association was founded in 1946 by farmers, scientists, doctors and nutritionists to promote the connection between the health of the soil, food, people and the environment. Today the Soil Association is the UK’s leading membership charity campaigning for healthy, humane and sustainable food, farming and land use. To find out more please visit our website www.soilassociation.org As a charity we rely on member and donor support to carry out our work. Give your beliefs a voice and join us today. There are many other ways to support our work and get involved, explore our website and find out what’s best for you.

  • Soil Association – Food for Life

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    The Food for Life Served Here mark can help you to find good food. It’s the Soil Association’s unique award which guarantees that what’s on the menu is freshly prepared, free from undesirable additives and better for animal welfare. Meals which have been awarded the Catering Mark are all free from controversial e-numbers such as aspartame, tartrazine and MSG. They do not contain artificial trans-fats or GM ingredients. When you see the Catering Mark, you can rest assured that all meat and dairy products come from farms which meet Red Tractor animal welfare standards. Many go even further and serve organic meat, dairy products or eggs, which means guarantees a truly free-range life where animals have plenty of space and fresh air to thrive and grow. For restaurants and caterers, the Food for Life Catering Mark is a unique way to gain the recognition for the extra effort put into serving great food. The bronze, silver and gold awards recognise best practice and offer you a step-by-step approach towards using more fresh, seasonal, local and organic ingredients.

  • River Cottage Kitchen & Deli Bristol

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    River Cottage Canteen Bristol is an award winning restaurant based in the Clifton area of Bristol, serving up simple, delicious dishes of the best local produce prepared freshly every day by chefs who are dedicated to creating the finest tastes in the most sustainable way. The menu showcases a mix of seasonal, local, organic and wild produce, with meat coming from local farms that produce free range and organic meat to the highest welfare standards. Fish and shellfish come from local day boats and other sustainable sources in the South West. Most of the canteen’s vegetables and fruit are grown within 50 miles of Bristol. Guests can enjoy a relaxed lunch and evening meal or book in for one of the event nights, with live music, talks, demos and much more going on each week.

  • The Community Farm

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    We provide learning experiences to enhance the public’s understanding of farming and demonstrate how food can be produced in a sustainable way. These include: Adult learning workshops – in three broad areas: horticulture, eco-building, food and cookery; Children’s activities – including Forest School, vegetable growing and theatre workshops; School visits – primary and secondary; Employee volunteering/team building.   Why learn with us? The Farm is a real-life example of community-owned organic agriculture; Specialists in particular areas of expertise lead our workshops and visits, be they our own staff or carefully-selected tutors; Many of our workshops and activities are ‘hands-on’, so you can learn by doing; Learning takes place in the setting of a working farm, so it is easier to see how what you learn might be applied in the real world; We are located in beautiful surroundings overlooking Chew Lake; We have a purpose-built yurt for the indoor elements of our workshops and visits; there are also toilets, hand-wash, and tea and coffee-making facilities; The farm provides an opportunity for you to socialise with other members of your community.   Also offers box scheme for local delivery

  • The Community Farm

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    The Community Farm is a community-owned social enterprise, growing and selling organic food through a box delivery service and a Farm Shop in Bath. Our aim is to help people develop a better understanding of where their food comes from, reconnect with the land on which their food is grown, and learn more about sustainable farming. More than 500 local people share ownership of the farm and have a say in how it is run. We offer an organic box delivery service to individual homes, offices and community hubs. We sell a wide variety of organic fruit, vegetables and grocery items. We deliver to Bristol and Bath and the Chew Valley and Frome areas. We work with a network of small suppliers that share our ethics and are as local as possible; all the products we sell are organic, certified by the Soil Association (or an equivalent scheme if from abroad). None of our products are airfreighted. You can choose from: a selection of box types and sizes exclusively local produce or from slightly further-a-field Monthly, fortnightly, or weekly deliveries Vary your order whenever you need to.