Stroudco Food Hub operates like an online farmers market. You shop from many different local producers and we collect and collate the order for you every Saturday for collection or home delivery.
Pop in and see the Food Hub in action
Everyone is very welcome to call in and see Stroudco in operation. We are at the Congregational Church, Bedford Street, Stroud every Saturday from 12noon to 1pm. If you would like to order produce please open a free account and order online to collect from the church or have your order delivered to your home.
What we sell
Most of the products on the Stroudco website are grown or produced within 15 miles of Stroud. Some of our producers operate on a very small scale and others have a huge product range.
Our members also asked us to stock some basic store cupboard products that are not produced locally. So we can now offer anything from the Essential product range which covers most things you could buy from a supermarket but with the difference that Essential having a very ethical buying policy (see www.essential-trading.coop ) making all their products GM-free and as fairly-traded as possible. So, again we have put a few of their products up on our website.
Orders are taken online up to Thursday 7.30am and the producers deliver to our container between Thursday morning and Saturday 10.30am. Shoppers have three collection/delivery options:
1) collect from the church between 12 noon and 1pm on Saturdays. See map.
2) collect later by arrangement with our manager
3) or choose to have your ordered delivered to any Stroud address. Just choose the relevant delivery option when checking out your order. Delivery costs start from £2.
These are your payment options:
- Direct Debit
- Bank transfer – see payment details below
- Regular Standing Order payment into your Stroudco account – please set up a standing order using the bank details below.
Stroudco Bank Details:
Sort code: 60-83-01
Account number: 20363963
Payment Reference: your name
How Stroudco is managed
Stroudco is a not-for-profit social enterprise incorporated as a community co-operative (Community Interest Company). Oliver manages Stroudco on a day-to-day basis and reports to a voluntary management group made up of Stroudco producers and shoppers who steer the direction of the organisation.