Where to Shop

Vegetable Box Schemes

Local Vegetable Box schemes

I'm afraid I have no experience of any of the following, so can't offer any advice. However, here are a couple...

For info on truly local box schemes check out www.local-food.net and search for "Box Schemes"

ONLY ORGANIC (www.onlyorganic.org)

"We deliver fresh organic and in conversion produce to large parts of Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and a small part of Hertfordshire...

Uhuru Wholefoods

Uhuru Wholefoods, 48 Cowley Rd, Oxford

Organic and natural foods, locally produced foods, vegan and veggie takeaways, eco-friendly biodegradable products.

Open: Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 9.30-5.30

Tel: 01865 248249

Farmers' Markets

Oxford's Farmer's Markets....

Gloucester Green Farmers' Market: 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month

Wolvercote Farmers' Market and Organic Cafe at the Primary School, First Turn, every Sunday, 10.00am - 1.00pm Contact info@wolvercotefarmersmarket.co.uk for details and check out www.wolvercotefarmersmarket.co.uk (website presently under construction)

Living Food of St ives

If you look carefully to your right on leaving the covered market, through the passage-way that leads to the Golden Cross Shopping Centre with Shakeaway and Pizza Express, you will see Living Foods of St Ives, a veritable treasure trove!

As is proclaimed in the little yellow booklet: "LIVING FOOD provide sprouting seed, beans, sprouting equipment and superfood, thereby offering a gateway into the world of ultimate nutrition".

East Oxford Farmers' and Community Market

The East Oxford Farmers’ and Community Market

Every Saturday 12.00-3.00pm

The Covered Market

Why to shop there • What to buy there • What to do with it

Occupying a large chunk of central Oxford, the Covered Market is a passage for many but a shop for few. Yet if you are planning to go seasonal and local in Oxford, then there really is no better place to start than here. You can get almost everything you need to run a kitchen without recourse to the supermarkets, and at a more competitive price than you might imagine.

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