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Shop  As Nature Intended Westfield Stratford

As Nature Intended

Stratford

Shop  As Nature Intended Westfield Stratford
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As Nature Intended

Westfield Stratford City
Great Eastern Market
Lower Ground Floor
Stratford
London
E20 1GP
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Created in 2000 by Sir Malcolm Walker, As Nature Intended means food as it should be – no manufactured herbicides, artificial fertilisers or artificial sweeteners, and a definite no to GM foods and ingredients. With six London shops and an online store, they stock loads of loose fresh produce, free-from and organic items, as well as housing bulk and Ecover refill stations to help us minimise packaging and to offer customers a zero-waste way of shopping.

Shop  Teds Veg

Ted's Veg

Stratford

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Ted's Veg

7 West Park Walk
Stratford
E20 1DH
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Ted’s Veg starts its life at their farm in Boston, Lincolnshire and travels down to London to be sold at their permanent shops in Stratford's East Village and Borough Market, as well as loads of great farmer’s markets. All of their own produce is grown chemical free and they are proud participants in Planzhero's plight to eradicate wastage. Through their membership with this amazing organisation, they provide many local charities with hundreds of kilos of edible but non-sellable fruit and veg every week.

Shop  Cups Jars

Cups and Jars

Forest Gate

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Cups and Jars

108 Woodgrange Rd
London
E7 0EW
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Occupying a small space in Forest Gate, Cups and Jars was founded by ex-hospitality professionals Cecile Mathonneau and Everson Ferreira. As well as serving some of the best coffee around, their zero-waste grocery shop is stocked with beans, pulses and pastas, which sit alongside organic fruits, vegetables and even a range of natural and vegan wines.