The Eco Shop

Posted on 16th December 2017 by kitty

 

The Eco Shop sells a wide range of ethical goods and gifts. We source our products carefully, ensuring the goods you take home are not only good for you, they’re good for the producers, too.

 

Food and Drink

 

Pop by and shop for local, organic and Fairtrade food and drink, including:

  • Local ethical honey, jams and jellies from Fife
  • Fairtrade and organic teas and coffees, co-operatively grown and produced
  • A variety of cooking-from-scratch ingredients and store-cupboard staples for tasty home-made meals and baking
  • And plenty of savoury and sweet treats!

You can find out more at our food and drink page, and keep yourself updated on our latest products and offers through our Eco Shop blog.

 

Home and Cleaning Products

We stock a range of products to make it easier (and more enjoyable!) to go greener in your home, including:

  • Ecover cleaning products and refills
  • Marseille soap blocks
  • Baking parchment, recycled foil and kitchen roll
  • Beeswax cleaning polishes and wood treatments
  • Home energy-saving measures including LED light bulbs and energy monitors

 

Gift Baskets and Vouchers

If you’re looking for a gift with a difference, why not give one our personalised gift baskets and hampers, or even an Eco Shop gift voucher?

 

Grocery Boxes from our Fife Food for Fife Folk project

Our shop is only limited by space, but not by scope. You can order fortnightly grocery boxes of local and seasonal fresh fruit, veg, herbs and salad, freshly baked local bread and ethical wholefoods and staples through our Fife Food for Fife Folk project

Remember, Greener Kirkcaldy Members get a 10% discount on purchases as a way of recognizing their support and loyalty.

The Eco Shop can be found in The High Street Hub at 254a High Street (at the foot of Oswald’s Wynd), Kirkcaldy, and is open Wednesdays to Saturdays 10am – 4pm.

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