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Farmers markets for Bristol. There are lots on this site now. It is really worth a browse. Currently it is quite slow finding the markets so wait a few seconds for the list of markets to appear.

Local Food and Drink

Europe Polish Shop

50 Ridingleaze, Bristol BS11 0QB, UK

They have good donuts. 👍👍👍👍

Lovely range of food not just for the polish community

Co-op Food - Lawrence Weston

Ridingleaze, Bristol BS11 0QB, UK – 0117 982 8578

I do use this store alot for milk and bread etc but there is alot things that this store don't sell because it an express store so we have to go to the co op store in shireHampton this is annoying. because I'm disabled with a chonic back problem.

Not bad very convenient for certain products

Co-op Food Shirehampton

47-49 High St, Bristol BS11 0DW, UK – 0117 982 2181

A reasonable size Coop store, has most things but annoyingly sometimes stops stocking slightly more interesting items whilst having many versions of other items on the shelves. The opening hours are pretty convenient, and the prices are usually fair for the quality of the products. Coop tends to treat their staff and suppliers fairly and aims to be ethical with its farming, in that respect at least, it is not "just another" supermarket.

Very convenient, stocks vehicle replacement bulbs - indicator, headlights e.t.c. Tyre pressure also available.

BigBarn has a totally brilliant map for Bristol showing all the local food producers. So if you want to know where your food comes from look no further!
The Kent & Sussex Tea and Coffee Company was established 26 years ago when the Smith family returned from India, where for two generations we had been involved with tea. The website contains information about all the different teas and coffees supplied together with regular updates on new additions to the range.
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