Riverford Organic – an online, home delivery service for organic fruit, vegetables and meat, plus dairy, eggs and farm shop items. A plethora of set weekly veg and fruit boxes (including less roots) to choose from, but also a select your own option, so you can make the very best choices to suit your meal plan, from a wide selection of seasonal fruit and vegetables. Competitively priced against supermarket organic produce, you can rest assured it’s fresh from the earth as your carrots and parsnips still sport the soil they were nurtured in.
WholeFoods Market – with 7 stores in London, 1 in Glasgow and 1 in Cheltenham, Whole Foods is the grocery store equivalent to heaven for the individual seeking healthy, organic products that you just can’t find anywhere else. From grinding your own nut butter on site, to selecting from 5 different brands of coconut oil, to eating a delicious junk free soup in their cafe on the way out, a visit to a Whole Foods is sure to not disappoint, although you may find your wallet a little lighter!
Oats, Chipping Norton
Natural Health Store, Banbury – With new additions each week it seems, this is a great little place to buy paleo-friendly flours, Paleo snack bars and coconut oil, as well as Paleo cereal and more
Waitrose – Waitrose is well-known as a more upmarket grocery store, but they also stock some hidden gems such as the Unearthed range of cured meats, which contains chorizo and Jamon Iberico with only salt, paprika and garlic as their ingredients. They also stock Willie’s Cacao chocolate, which I have yet to find in any other supermarket chain.