Fruit & veg with good seasonal crop availablity and range – much grown in the Community Farm’s fields in the Chew Valley. Wide range of other foods including dairy, meat and dry goods.

Scrummy deli and all organic! Clear labelling; affordable local produce in the inner city; and cardboard takeaway boxes.

Their veg box scheme is now being operated by the Community Farm There are a variety of boxes, priced ¬£8-¬£20, and you can see on the website exactly what will be in this week’s box and where it’s been grown. Your box will be delivered to a ‚Äòhub’ in Bristol, where you can pick it up later.

The famous Better Food Company of St Werbugh’s has just opened a shop on Whiteladies Road, Clifton. They have been trading in Bristol for nearly 20 years, first offering organic home delivery and then 10 years later as Bristol’s only one stop organic food shop. MD, Phil Haughton believes that food is best when it’s local, ethical and organic and produced by farmers who are passionate about what they do.

Much of the fruit and vegetables are supplied by The Community Farm, see, which is less than 10 miles away from the shop. They have over 65 local producers, many of whom have worked with them for over 15 years. The Clifton store manager, James, will soon be publishing their 10 mile Christmas order offer, including turkeys raised alongside the Community Farm. It is hard to think of any vegetarian or vegan products that they do not stock and there is also a small cafe selling organic drinks.

Branches at:
The Proving House, Sevier Street, Bristol BS2 9QS
0117 935 1725
94 Whiteladies Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2QX
0117 946 6957

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