This is an Indian store and delicatessen that sells frozen foods, about half od which are vegan, and dry or prepared/packaged foods. They will point out which pre-prepared foods have ghee (a clarified butter used in Indian cookery) in them, as these are few.
They also sell henna hair dyes, shampoos, soaps and all kinds of cool and nice smelling stuff that are made in India and state "not tested on animals, no animal derivatives" on the packaging.
An "organic living" outlet in the East London suburbs. Their concern is to support the conscientious shopper. Although they don't use the same criteria as Beauty Without Cruelty for "animal friendly", they do stock lots of BWC-approved products.
There's also a café annex that's not wholly vegetarian, but they do understand what vegan means and offer great lunches and snacks without "hidden ingredients".
They have a local organic fruit and vegetables market every Tuesday and Thursday, supplied solely by local entrepreneurs.
Wanting natural groceries without chemicals janet lewis, Maclear, email@example.com, 31 July 2012, 5:11 am
Salut is a dry store deli, sourcing good quality products for your pantry; filling the gap, with that missing ingredient you need for your recipe. They offer award winning olive oils, balsamic vinegar, spices, sauces and confectionary. They also stock recycled oak chopping and serving boards, tea towels, serviettes, runners and cook books.
One of East London's most well established and respected vegan outlets. They stock a great variety of food products, easily comparable to larger city stores, and a small but adequate range of personal care products, including Gaia, Innoxa, Like Silk and Elizabeth Arden.
Open on Sundays 'til lunchtime, easy parking right outside the door.
Delightful shopping experience of aromatic spices, exotic grains, beans of every description as well as a host of soya products. Mainly Chinese dry products with a great variety of frozen meat substitutes, the Vegetarian Centre has been operating in PE since 2003.
With a profound lack of vegan-friendly stores in P.E., this shop is a godsend! Quite a good range of products which are very very reasonably priced. 5 stars from me! * * * * * Kevin Durst, Port Elizabeth, firstname.lastname@example.org, 18 September 2014, 3:31 am
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