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Farmers markets for Plymouth. 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

Asian Foods Store

G, f, 55 Ebrington St, Plymouth PL4 9AA, UK – 07425 316777

A good range of products. The owners are polite and helpful. Prices vary but are usually good. They also do Street food, it's very traditional. The sambal chilli dishes are really worth trying and the fried chicken is amazing!

New Oriental Shop Opening in Plymouth ,Been loved it by the local people, students and customers outside Plymouth. Got hot food serving at the front shop as The popular dish were the Roast duck with rice. And the back shop is supermarket sell a lot selection oriental groceries as you walk in and they also had a big walk in chiller which you can go in and choose the much varieties of fresh vegetables, cold drinks and loads more.

The Co-operative Food

41 Torridge Way, Plymouth PL3 6JG, UK – 01752 303345

Fantastic co,op it has just had a face lift staff are local and know everyone. Good choice of food at reasonable prices.

Convenient for all you essentials

Morrisons

282 Outland Rd, Plymouth PL3 5UQ, UK – 01752 775773

Supermarket: Recently refurbished. A large fresh fruit and vegetables section. Hot fresh cooked deli counter and excellent bakery section with nice Pasties and pies. Deli and butcher's counters. An excellent fresh fish counter. Stocked with a wide variety fresh fish. Nice café. Publicly accessible toilets, Help-desk Lottery ticket, cigarettes and news bar. Easy plentiful parking and conveniently off the A38 on Outland Road towards Plymouth's Central Park and City.

Nice low prices. Aisles are a bit narrow and you can easily bump into people going around corners. Bakery section a bit scarce on the cake department. Pharmacy section usually understocked. Nice and convenient though.

BigBarn has a totally brilliant map for Devon 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.
Coffee, tea, chocolates and pretty china and good gift ideas.
Wine and other drinks from Tesco online

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