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BYO – Bring Your Own

BYO is a space to offer our local community an alternative way of shopping. You can to bring your own or purchase bottles, jars, bags etc…to refill with whole foods, household detergents and toiletries – by weight. Our aim is to reduce Packaging and Food Waste in our Homes and Community. Product List: Cleaning Pad Apple Rings Blackeye Beans […]

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Borough Market

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 […]

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Venn Street Market

Venn Street Market is a local community food market every Saturday working directly with farmers and small independent producers enabling our customers to meet face to face with the growers and makers of the foods available each week. With a strong ethos of ensuring high quality and fair prices, the market guarantees all goods are […]

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Luigi’s Delicatessen

Luigi’s Delicatessen is a one-stop shop for all kinds of delicacies from fresh pasta to farmhouse cheeses with a particular emphasis on Italian produce. They have almost fifty different kinds of olive oil from Italy and Spain – that alone should be enough to draw you in. But when you learn that Luigi’s has been […]

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Weino BIB

The deli includes refillable milk, juice, olive oils & detergents, a range of produce sold loose such as Postcard teas. We have a range of farm produce, kitchen essentials, including bread, eggs, coffee. The deli fridge has a large range of cheese, charcuterie & fresh pasta, while our pantry shelves are stocked with tinned fish, jams, biscuits & much more. […]

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Maltby Street Market

Maltby Street Market opened in 2010. This unlikely south-east London backwater quickly became a popular weekend destination. The Ropewalk bears this name as a reference to a nearby ropewalk owned by notable Bermondsey eccentric Robert Rich in the eighteenth century and marked thus on John Roques’ map of 1746. The area was disrupted by the […]

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Surbiton Farmers Market (Saturdays)

Queen of the Suburbs and fictional home of 1970s sitcom The Good Life, Surbiton is often a byword for suburban living. But this unique community initiative has brought the countryside into the town. Since it began in October 2009, Maple Road Surbiton Farmers’ Market has become an essential meeting point for the community as well as […]

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Broadway Market

Established on an old drovers route into the city, Broadway Market has been home to market traders since the 1890s, the market provides a unique mixture of tastes and cultures. Visit us and you will find some of east London’s finest shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes and of course stalls offering amazing fresh produce, authentic […]

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The Deli Downstairs

The Deli Downstairs is a family run business in Victoria Park, Hackney. We stock a range of fresh, seasonal and organic fruit and vegetables, British and Continental cheeses, pies and sausage rolls. We have organic eggs and milk, locally roasted coffees, artisan breads, pastries and cakes, small-batch jams and chutneys, mustards, spices, olive oils and […]

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I Camisa & Son

This long-established rustic Italian deli was opened by the Fratelli Camisa back in 1929, and the old Soho stalwart is well worth a visit if only for its fresh pasta and accompanying sauces – their pesto is particularly good. But that would be to miss out on the fabulous range of cheeses: pecorino, gorgonzola (both […]

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