News

Help us to get better!

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We want to hear from you – our customers or potential customers – to help make improvements at True Food. We are committed to promoting the use of organic, zero-waste and ethical food and household products. Hopefully you’ve already seen some of the improvements we’ve made in the last… Read More »Help us to get better!

True Food on TV

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Watch the clip of us on ITV Meridian, showcasing zero waste organic foods and ethical refills.

New local jam available

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Come and check our the new range of jams from local jam celebrity, Sarah Roy aka ‘The Jam Lady’

True Food submits views to DEFRA

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The Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs has been carrying out a consultation on the regulation of genetic technologies (GMOs). We have submitted a response.

Ella’s Kitchen recycling

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Since March 2017, True Food has been collecting Ella’s Kitchen food pouches for recycling. True Food member Karen Barrass spoke to Ella’s Kitchen Sustainability Executive Charlotte Jost about the scheme with Terracycle.

Interview with Alison Peyton – Readifood

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True Food has a donation point for Readifood and donates the money raised by Ella’s Kitchen recycling to the charity. True Food member Karen Barrass had a chat with Alison Peyton, the food bank’s Manager to hear a bit more about the organisation and how our donations are used.

A momentous year

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Francis Jakeman, Chair of True Food, reflects on the past year and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

You can still pay with cash at True Food if you need to

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Why have we continued to accept cash during the pandemic? There are many reasons people may need to use cash, and what is important for us as a community co-op is to remain accessible to everyone who wants to shop with us.

True Food and the growth of the organic movement

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True Food started 20 years ago as a group of individuals clubbing together to buy organic and ethically produced food in bulk. It is now a thriving not-for-profit business. How did this happen? Its success is largely down to a change in society: what was once a fringe movement has become mainstream