Cotswold Fayre reveals food hall details

Chief executive Paul Hargreaves

Fine food wholesaler Cotswold Fayre has unveiled the name for its new food hall and kitchen currently under construction near Bath – Flourish Foodhall & Kitchen at Glenavon Farm.

Chief executive Paul Hargreaves explained that as a B Corp company, the business wanted a name that reflects the ethos of the new venture, to be environmentally and socially responsible, in line with our company values.

“We feel that the name and brand we have created for Flourish perfectly encapsulates our aims for the new business. We have lots of exciting plans to make Flourish a healthy contributor to the local community, our team and the planet.”

Cotswold Fayre to open retail space next year

Examples of how this aim will manifest into day-to-day operations include a number of electric car charging points for customers, by working with Too Good to Go, an app allowing consumers to find, purchase and collect food, that may otherwise be wasted, quality products sourced from local producers and the aim that the foodhall will be as plastic free as possible on launch.

Managing Director and shareholder at Flourish, Paul Castle is excited to see preparations for the opening coming together. “Construction is well underway and we anticipate opening our doors in Spring,” says Paul Castle.  “We have already sourced some amazing local products and are in the process of recruiting our team and finalising our internal look and feel.”

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Paul Hill is the Editor of Better Wholesaling. He can be found on Twitter at @BW_PaulHill, or contacted via and 07960935659.


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