Good food suppliers

While supermarkets can mostly provide us with a variety of fresh produce and wholesome foods, there is always room for improvement!

Vegetable boxes delivered to your door is a good place to start.  Locally, organically grown fruit and vegetables that often contain a greater level of nutrients, better flavour and minimal packaging.  Good suppliers include Riverford Organics(www.riverford.co.uk)Abel and Cole (www.abelandcole.co.uk) and Sunnyfields Farm in Hampshire (www.sunnyfields.co.uk)

Goodness Direct (www.goodnessdirect.co.uk) is an online health shop selling a variety of organic goods and groceries.  Products include raw nut butters and Co-yo dairy free probiotic yoghurts.  

Indigo herbs (www.indigo-herbs.co.uk) provide herbal remedies, wholefoods, superfoods and raw chocolate!   

Primrose's kitchen (www.primroseskitchen.com) is a delightful online shop that manufactures raw muesli.   Ingredients such as beetroot and ginger make these breakfast cereals a stunning start to the day.

Big Barn (www.bigbarn.co.uk) is a food website that lists farmers and producers selling locally sourced goods.  Just type in your postcode for suppliers in your area.

 

Celestial Health.  Alison Hampton BSc, Nut Med, DIridol, memBANT, CNHC, RSM.  Email celestialhealth@hotmail.com. Tel: 07818 073939