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Paul SerryPaul Serry
01:45 19 Sep 23
08:23 18 Sep 23
Becoming more pricey and less organic.
Deepa ThukralDeepa Thukral
21:46 13 Sep 23
James MacGillivrayJames MacGillivray
20:34 10 Aug 23
These guys are the hub of Glastonbury for supporting local organic and sprayfree growers of fresh vegetables, fruits and other fringe items. They stock a big range of Riverford Organic produce delivered fresh from Devon. They've got the pantry sorted with everything you need from breakfast cereals, coffee, vegan milks, cows milk, chocolate to crisps, cheeses to Sauerkraut. We bought the vegetarian sausage rolls which were great. They have another savoury selection in the display fridge but don't warm them up for you - I tried eating the Potato cakes and they weren't good cold. I took them home and heated them up and were way better. They gave a deal going where you can buy 3 for 5 pounds which was pretty good value. The takeaway coffee was good - we ended up walking down the road to the church grounds and sat in there to munch on our goodies before hitting some of the crystal shops and clothing boutiques. It makes for a good day out when you can good coffee, organic food and chilled out vibes meandering around the streets of Glastonbury!
Richard SandwellRichard Sandwell
20:42 05 Aug 23
This place was great to buy nice local produce like the Pennard Organic Mead I enjoyed for Lammas. A great choice of natural soaps, lots of yummy foody treats, this is well worth a visit and a good browe.
Kate BullockKate Bullock
15:58 03 Jun 23
Amazing selection of wholefoods and other 'health' foods and supplements. One of the best wholefood shops in the south west
Free spiritFree spirit
10:34 26 May 23
This shop is increable.The staff are very helpful. I was given good advice regarding supplements.
Myra ChampeneyMyra Champeney
14:47 23 Mar 23
I love this shop and would have given 10 stars if I could! Very friendly, knowledgable and helpful staff, top quality food. I am sad that your Portishead store has closed as that was much nearer for me. I will now resume my fortnightly trip from Clevedon to your lovely shop. Thank you to all of you. Best wishes Myra.
02:09 02 Dec 22
This must be one of the biggest and if not one of the best organic food stores in the UK. A real beacon for Glastonbury.
bihag patelbihag patel
14:51 01 Dec 22
bought muldwine for a £2 very nice the chap was very friendly and so were all the staff and didn't feel ripped off as in bath.
Della WilmotDella Wilmot
09:39 30 Aug 22
Love it in here, staff are super friendly and there's a great selection of stuff at reasonable prices. Live in London but always make sure I come here when I am in Glastonbury to stock up on soaps, vegan chocolate and other lovely bits. The sausage rolls are fab too.
Joe HetheringtonJoe Hetherington
11:09 11 Sep 21
Amazing variety of products, alternatives and essentials. Was really cool just to browse actual vegan products rather than buying all online (we don't have anything similar to this where we live!) On top of that the samosa from the bakery at the back was to die for!
Lily-Ela ButlerLily-Ela Butler
09:42 29 Apr 21
Love this shop, I come here for a lot of my organic supplies. Great range of foods. I particularly like how they have a lot of ready to eat food aswell can highly recommend the Fritata. I also really like their range of toiletries, it's the only place I will buy my shampoo bars from, Great value compared to other brands. Very helpful and friendly staff too. It's good to see they are trying to follow covid guidelines, but there did seem to still be a lot of people especially families not wearing masks or distancing

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    Earthfare Glastonbury

    45 High Street, Glastonbury, Somerset, BA6 9DS

    01458 831004

    Opening Hours

    Monday – Saturday: 08:30 – 19:30

    Sunday: 10:00 – 18:00

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    There is a number of convenient places to park in Glastonbury to get easy access to the shop.

    There is a row of 1 hour free parking on the high street opposite the shop, as well as paid parking round the back of the store in Butt Close which currently costs £1.40 for an hour or £1.90 for 2 hours. There is easy access from the car park down an alley way that brings you out at the top of the high street.

    You can also park at the Abbey in St Dunstan’s Car Park if you want to check out all the whacky and wonderful businesses up the high street.


    Below we list the buses that stop in Glastonbury but if travelling from Bath (or elsewhere not listed) Wells Bus Station will be your place to head for.

    376 Bus Timetables
    Bristol – Wells – Glastonbury – Street

    29 Bus Timetables
    Taunton – Creech St. Michael – Street – Glastonbury – Wells

    75 Bus Timetables
    Bridgwater – Woolavington – Street – Glastonbury – Wells

    77 Bus Timetables
    Yeovil – Somerton – Street – Glastonbury – Wells

    667 Bus Timetables
    Wincanton – Bruton – Castle Cary – Street

    If timed right you can get to and from Castle Cary train station but there are only 4 buses each way per day.

    You cannot book local buses in advance – you pay the driver on boarding the bus. Some (but not all) now accept contactless payment. All accept cash but advise not to offer £20 or £50 notes as these may be refused.

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