Food Clubs is based on a simple idea: using the collective buying power of small groups of people, we can reduce the food supply chain, and so the cost.

By buying directly from wholesalers, we cut out the margin that retailers charge in order to cover their overheads (shops, staff, advertising etc.) and to make a profit. This means we can reduce the price of our products by up to 50%.

It's a simple idea that means more people can afford to buy more organic, sustainable, and ethical food and household products. And we think that's great.

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