Oh wow! That sounds amazing! What are the prices like? And where do they deliver too?
Earth Natural Foods
Kentish Town, London
200 Kentish Town Road, Kentish Town, London NW5 2AE
- Kentish Town Station (<0.1 km)
- Tufnell Park Station (0.7 km)
- Gospel Oak Railway Station (1.0 km)
- Contact us:
020 7482 2211
3A Beeches Avenue, London SM5 3LB
“Bailey’s Deli is an Artisan Delicatessen and Coffee Shop based in Carshalton Beeches, Surrey. Opened recently Bailey’s modern shop boasts a delicatessen counter with a wide range of International Cheeses, Charcuterie, Antipasti and Olives. As...” more...
5 reviews of Earth Natural Foods in English
They also do a good line in kitchen cupboard essentials such as flour and pasta. Rumour has it they even do toiletries. Well worth a look on Hubbub's website or I'm told, popping into the shop itself!
bexb-d, 20 September 2012:
MrsGeese, 20 September 2012:
Check them out at www.hubbub.co.uk. Hubbub deliver to ‘Camden’ which includes Kentish Town & West Hampstead. They also go to Hackney, Islington, parts of South London and the Barbican, as far as I know, but there are plans to open up in new areas soon. Type in your postcode and if they don’t already deliver to your area, encourage your friends to invite them to come!
bexb-d, 21 September 2012:
Ah brill! Thank you!
WOW! I happened upon this huge place while I was killing time at kentish town and was super-impressed.
I'm one of those annoying people who would love to eat organic and healthy food all the time but who can't bear the astronomical prices. Still, for special treats and supplements etc this is the place to come. Everything from skin products, household products and vitamins, to loose herbs in tubs and dairy substitutes. They have a huge selection of gluten-free products and of course, vegetarian foods. At first I did find it quite difficult to find specific things as I couldn't work out their sorting system BUT worth having a wander and a taste just for fun.
Well stone-the-bleedin-crows! This shows both how long it is since I've been to Kentish Town and how the whole area has been revolutionised. The once crack-addled streets have been supplanted by a health food store. In Kentish Town! I thought I was dreaming.
This was a welcome discovery when I had twenty minutes to occupy last night. It was a toss up between here and Rios. My marriage won. Despite the debauched excesses of my rave n roll past, and an Irish upbringing watching my dad chewing salaciously over fat and making ice lollies from lard, I am not averse to a bit of healthy living. It’s nice to clean the gaff in the (hopefully not deluded) knowledge that you’re doing your bit; and to then use work surfaces for preparing food without the fear that some poisonous and polluting residues are lingering.
This nifty store has all sorts of stuff, from the usual environmentally friendly household cleaning and body-sprucing items, to a great variety of loose-leaf teas, nuts and dried fruits and herbs by the gramme. I was here near closing time, but throughout the day there’s a choice of freshly-squeezed juices and some tasty sounding lunch options.
The staff were as you’d expect: beardy, but friendly. And the over-use of plastic bags is utterly frowned upon.
Tis a temple to Organic foods this is… Long gone are the days when Organic Wholefood shops were dusty ‘earthy’, wholesome and downright depressing. We’re allowed to see our food, expect it fresh and hallelujah, have it taste of something! We can feel sophisticated and edgy, cool and elegant rather than dowdy, frumpy and virtuous. Fresh and Wild was the first reintroduction of organic to our London Streets and have taken the city by storm. But I can’t but help think that an American chain store is somewhat of a contradiction of the whole ‘organic’ thing. Earth is big bold and independent and happily likely to save Kentish Town from the bullying likes of Fresh and Wild. The staff are sweet if sometimes lacking in real knowledge- I think you’d agree that you are unlikely to get a good idea of the quality and flavour of a cheese when it’s been sold by a vegan- but thanks for trying Steve! Started by one renegade member of the long standing Bumblebee collective on Brecknock Road, Earth is healthy competition for which I fear there is little love loss. Earth has the upper hand. Fresher food, friendlier staff, better location and better premises. And I’ll happily take a big detour to go get a slice of their freshly made squash quiche. mmmm.
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