Food & Drink Retail
Breadshare serves and involves the community, by making excellent nutritious bread using organic ingredients and distinctive local product,helping to create a more sustainable and health enhancing food system.
Cyrenians Farm is a community farm near Kirknewton in West Lothian, only 10 miles from Edinburgh city centre. The farm is home to a Cyrenians Community of young people living in peer-supported accommodation and provides opportunities for residents and volunteers to grow food, skills, ideas and confidence.
Edinburgh Community Food delivers fruit to the work place and fruit and vegetables to the home and is an accredited REHIS centre for health and hygiene training. All of its profits go back into its community work in Edinburgh to encourage healthy eating and cooking on a budget in disadvantaged areas.
Our chocolates are handmade by women who have touched the Scottish criminal justice system and are making positive changes in their lives. Through making and selling our chocolates the women receive support, work experience and the opportunity to raise their self- esteem helping lower barriers faced in finding fulfilling work.
Hadeel sells a wide range of Palestinian hand-crafted, Fairtrade gifts, including hand-carved olive wood, stunning embroidery and a variety of other gift items both online and in store. Hadeel provides a sustainable source of income for craftspeople working with social enterprises in the West Bank, Gaza, Lebanon, Galilee and the Negev.
Innovative fundraising initiative that enables our customers to support a great cause every time they enjoy a coffee or bite to eat. It is also a popular space to hire as a venue for your upcoming events.
The One World Shop is a pioneering fair trade organisation. We’re based in Edinburgh, Scotland and have been sourcing and selling the very best in fairly traded products from around the world since 1983. We sell a wide range of ethically sourced gifts, and grocery items; a lot of our products are also organic.
The Scottish Storytelling Centre provides a home for Scotland’s stories in the heart of Edinburgh, showcasing traditional arts year round, where modern meets mediaeval architecture for an enticing mix of past and present.
We provide Sikh and other minority women with access to information, employment training advocacy, support and a wide variety of other services. Sikh Sanjog also operates a community cafe (Punjabi Junction) and outside catering from Leith Walk.