Bites and Heat Cream - with 3 versions of the herb plantain this cream will take the sting or heat out of any area of skin. Although we tend to reach for Dock leaves when we sting ourselves on nettles, the very common herb Plantain is actually more effective at reducing the sting and calming [...]
With dairy of without, check out our new yoghurts.
Purple Mallow Hand cream, Wild Rose Balm and the 2 different face masks are now on SALE while stocks last. Handmade... Herbal.. Healing! Available in the Health & Beauty category.
Tamar's kimchi are made in Bristol with organic produce sourced from a Somerset farm. Naturally fermented and unpasteurised, they contains probiotic bacteria that are beneficial to gut health and overall wellbeing. Try it! Click here. https://shop.realeconomy.co.uk/product/Tamars-Kimchi-Beetroot-Caraway Available in the Jams, Pickles, Preserves category or Organic category.
Street Goat is a community urban farming project based in Troopers Hill Bristol. Join us for a free visit to the goats on Saturday 26th of May 11am. Children are welcome but little ones on shoulders as the goats will treat them as new herb members and try to boss those smaller than themselves. Allotment [...]
- Sweet Maple Aged Pickled Cucumbers, From Ginger Beard's Preserves! Availalble in the Jams,Pickels and Preserves category A word from the producer : "The idea behind the product came from techniques used when making beer, breweries often age their beer in barrels or with wood so we wanted to try and replicate this with the cucumbers. [...]
Cherry Orchords invites you to join them on their garden path for a six-week course aimed at those looking for a basic introduction to fruit and vegetable growing or wishing to spend time on a productive market garden. The course will run for six week on Saturday mornings from 10am-12pm beginning on May the 26th [...]
Seminars are academically focused discussions on the food system and other important topics surrounding the work of the Community Food Centres. Our next seminar will be held in our office (Corn Exchange building, Corn Street, BS1 1JQ) from 1-2pm on Tuesday 24th of April. Lucy Jackman, PhD candidate will be talking about The Taste of [...]
We are delighted to report that we can now recruit to our long awaited post of Community Food Centre Development Worker, whose task will be to establish our first community food centre. The full job description is here We look forward to your application. Please pass news of this post on to your friends. Closing [...]
Sourcing food from local farmers rather than from supermarkets is a defining principle for Real Economy, but not everyone in our society is clear about why this is a good thing to do. Here are five reasons for why we do this. Reason 1 Nutrition Food sourced locally has the potential to be the freshest [...]