Preserve Foods to open on Redfield’s Church Road

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Preserve Foods Redfield


After deciding at Christmas that they wanted to open a second Bristol shop, the team at Preserve Foods have signed a lease on a premises on Church Road in Redfield.

Currently occupied by Gregory & Main Estate Agents (who are moving to Redland), 132 Church Road will, in August, become east Bristol’s first zero-waste shop.

Preserve Foods already has a shop at 208 Gloucester Road: a shop with zero plastic packaging, where customers bring their own containers and buy as much or as little as they like. Here, you’ll find all sorts of wholefoods (mainly organic and vegan), along with non-food products like washing liquids, soaps, deodorant, shampoo bars and more. There’s also a nut butter and milk machine – simply buy your own ingredients and turn them into fresh nut butter or milk within minutes.

Owner Tiriel Lovejoy had a 25-year history working in food retail – but for others – before he decided to go it alone with Preserve Foods in June 2018. And zero-waste shops are becoming more and more popular across the city: along with the original Preserve Foods shop and the upcoming opening, we also have Zero Green in Bedminster, along with Smaller Footprints in Clifton Village.

Follow Tiriel’s progress via the Preserve Foods Facebook page – good luck with the opening!


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