As its name would imply, this shop in the heart of Clifton Village puts a huge emphasis on all that is wholesome and as far as possible, local. Just check out this list of just some of their locally produced produce: Bordeaux Quay bread, Manor Farm milk (organic and unhomogenised), Barrington Park organic free-range eggs, Pieminster pies, Leigh Court Farm organic vegetables and cheeses from the Fine Cheese company of Bath.

There is more: Pukka teas (based in Bristol), Chocolate No 1 made in Portishead, Brian Wogan coffee, Porter’s flapjacks (too tempting) and Mr Gill’s bahjees. They also make their own quiches and salads, their fresh pasta comes from a company in South Wales and their beautiful gluten-free cakes are made for them by Paradise cakes. I have also heard that they have just got the contract to supply the café in the Central Library.

So, if you are veggie or vegan, suffer from food intolerance or just love to eat good organic food that has not travelled miles to reach you, Stoneground is for you.