Munch of the Month | October & November

Afternoon folks, Congratulations to James, who won our Munch of the Month competition for August and September with his wonderful veg box creation of roasted custard squash and carrot, with tamarind, coconut, fennel, garam masala and toasted coriander seeds (pictured below). Thank you to everyone else who entered the competition! You can have a browse of…

Munch of the Month | August & September

Afternoon folks, We’ve had a wee summer break from Munch of the Month, but we’re back and ready for another competition! If you’re a veg box subscriber and would like to be in for a chance of winning a hamper of ethical goods from our shop then make sure to enter. All you have to do…

Munch of the Month | May & June

A very belated congratulations to Carrie who won our last round of Munch of the Month with her lemony leek and goats cheese tart, roasted Jerusalem artichokes with garlic and rosemary and a beetroot, potato and walnut salad. We sent Carrie a hamper of goods from the shop along with her latest veg box delivery….

Press Release: Locavore Official Opening Event

Press Release: We’re delighted to announce the opening of Locavore Grocery, Scotland’s first Social Enterprise Supermarket, with the official opening event taking place this Friday evening, May 18th. The 6000ft2 shop, located in Govanhill, Glasgow, achieves all sorts of firsts. It is the first social enterprise supermarket in Scotland, the largest mostly organic, mostly unpackaged…

Munch of the Month | March & April

Congratulations to Samantha Roman who won our Munch of the Month “Winter” competition with her squash bowl filled with a lemon mushroom soup garnished with the seeds from the squash. Samantha received a hamper filled with ethical goods from our shop with her latest veg box delivery. Thank you to everyone else who entered the…

Munch of the Month | Winter Edition

Just a wee announcement that our Munch of the Month competition is back on! For those (150+!!!) new subscribers who have joined us this month, this is our monthly photo competition giving you the chance to win a hamper of ethical goods from our shop. All you have to do to enter is to post…

Veg Box Newsletter w/c 01.01.18

Hello folks, We hope you had a wonderful winter break and a fantastic Hogmanay! It’s been a hectic yet exciting first week back for us at Locavore with our veg box headquarters and packing operation moving into the back of our new premises on the corner of Victoria Road and Calder Street. This weekend, uplift…

Launching ‘Locavore Trading’

Launching Locavore Trading With the arrival of the new year we are pleased to announce the launch of the newest part of our social enterprise: Locavore Trading. Locavore Trading aims to help build more sustainable food economies by sourcing sustainable & organic groceries direct from producers in large volumes, and supplying them to progressive independent…

Grow on, grow on! 2017 Farm Review

The new year is rapidly approaching and our farming team are looking to the future and continuing to get everything ready for a productive growing season. We’ve also been looking back at this years season to celebrate and learn more lessons to make next year even better. Overall it was an excellent year for our…

Christmas Tree Competition

Tomorrow is the first day of our Christmas tree deliveries and time to announce that the LOCAVORE CHRISTMAS TREE COMPETITION has now opened! We’d like you to post photos of your Locavore trees showing off your tree-decorating skills… To enter, simply post a photo of your tree with the tag #locavorechristmas to either Facebook or…

Munch of the Month | Autumn Edition

Congratulations to Suzanne Rodden who won September’s Munch of the Month competition with her colourful jar pictured below of pickled carrot and cucumber with peppercorns, salt and coriander for banh mi sandwiches! Suzanne will receive a hamper filled with ethical goods from our shop with her next veg box delivery. Thanks to everyone else who…

Pressing Issue – When life gives you apples, make apple juice.

Glasgow Apple Sunday Apples grow on trees, sometime way more apples than you can possibly eat. Recognising the magnitude of this problem we’d like to step in and offer a solution.. juice.  If you have the apples and an empty bottle then bring them both along to Glasgow Apple Sunday on the 22nd of October…