glasgow

  1. May 12, 2021

    Six Questions from Greencity with Zero Waste Market

    Zero Waste Market are one of our geographically closest customers, located just along Duke Street from Greencity HQ in Dennistoun. They’ve been up and running as a shop since March 2019, and have been a fantastic local fixture ever since. We asked them a few questions to learn more about z

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  2. March 09, 2021

    Six Questions from Greencity with Tchai-Ovna

    Tucked away behind Gibson Street in Glasgow’s West-End, at the bottom of a charming cobbled lane, on the banks of the River Kelvin, you’ll find Tchai-Ovna, House of Tea. For over 20 years Scotland’s premier tea house has served speciality teas from across the globe in a uniquely relaxing atmos

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  3. December 07, 2020

    Six Questions from Greencity with PEEK

    PEEK stands for Possibilities for Each and Every Kid. This charity really struck a chord with us as when lockdown happened they really upped their game to provide healthy meals for vulnerable kids who were in very real danger of being overlooked. We picked PEEK to be recipients of this month’s c

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  4. June 20, 2019

    Six Questions from Greencity with Rapscallion

    Supporting local businesses is what we love more than anything. Rapscallion are Glasgow-based makers of craft soda for whom flavour is everything. Gregor Leckie developed his drinks based around seasonal fruit and less sugar; now, after working around the clock, he has managed to make the

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  5. February 20, 2019

    Six Questions from Greencity with Merchant City Brewing Co.

    This week's Six Questions are with Merchant City Brewing Co, whose local craft beer reflects the quality, character and diversity that makes up the best of Glasgow's Merchant City.

    Head Brewer, Adam, is a Masters Graduate from Heriot Watt's renowned faculty of Brewing & Distilling,

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  6. October 18, 2017

    Dark Speckled Lentils

    Some of our customers may have had difficulty locating "Puy-Type" lentils on our website over the last few weeks. 

    We were recently contacted by DEFRA, who asked us to remove the words "Puy" and "Puy-Type" from our products now known as Dark Speckled Lentils.

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