Pop-Up Wholefoods, the Dublin 1 food co-op, has begun the new year looking to expand – a little – as it settles into its new home at D-Light Studios. It plans to add around a dozen additional members over the course of 2020, growing its collective purchasing power while still keeping operations small-scale and friendly.Continue reading “Growing slow in Dublin 1”
The wonderfully named Naked Larder bulk buying club in South London is the focus of an excellent blog for the Food Co-ops section of Sustain’s website.
Phili Denning, the founder of Naked Larder, has so far added six posts about her early steps with the project. Continue reading “Naked Larder: a starting out story”
You can now find a Q&A with Pop-Up Wholefoods on the Foodture website: “Buying clubs vs. retail therapy”.
Foodture is a project aiming to nurture a culture of food citizenship and help build strong community support around Fair Food farmers, producers and more in Ireland.
Big thanks to our friends at Foodture for their support!
About this site
This site aims to encourage and support the setting up of further bulk buying clubs and small food co-ops in Ireland by sharing the experience of individuals who have operated a ‘pop-up wholefoods’ model over a number of years.