Raw Earth Food open­ing the door to lo­cal pro­duce and prod­ucts

Isis Town and Country - - Front Page - By JODIE DIXON

LO­CALS have been call­ing out for months for fresh lo­cal pro­duce with a fo­cus on health­ier liv­ing.

Open­ing their shop doors for the first time last Fri­day morn­ing were Gypsy Sher­lock and John “Sharpie” Wolfe, both ad­vo­cates of liv­ing nat­u­rally and preser­va­tive- free.

The friendly duo de­cided to set up Raw Earth Food af­ter re­quests from lo­cals.

Ms Sher­lock said more and more peo­ple were cry­ing out for lo­cal prod­ucts and pro­duce.

“We have plenty of stock to fill your pantry at home and you can or­der prod­ucts on re­quest,” she said.

“We have grains, soaps, plants, honey, biodegrad­able prod­ucts, gluten-free prod­ucts and we en­cour­age grow­ers or pro­duc­ers to dis­play and sell their prod­ucts.

“Both of us have health is­sues and we un­der­stand the im­por­tance of health­ier liv­ing and eat­ing.”

The store also of­fers many other great ser­vices, such as ac­cess to a natur­opath.

The wel­com­ing duo in­vites the com­mu­nity to pop in for a look.

Mr Wolfe said they aimed to pro­vide great lo­cal prod­ucts at great prices.

“We have a great line of prod­ucts and gift ideas,” he said.

“Our re­gion grows a great va­ri­ety of pro­duce and we want to show­case our re­gion’s prod­ucts.”

The pair have set up busi­ness in the orig­i­nal Town and Coun­try build­ing, the pre­vi­ous ten­ants be­ing the fab­u­lous Pilotlight Pro­duc­tions.

The store is trad­ing from 9am but days may vary dur­ing the first few weeks.

The busi­ness has al­ready hosted a very suc­cess­ful cook­ing dis­play by Kate Dan­ninger from Good­mix Su­per­food and plans on run­ning more demon­stra­tions.

The shop is called Raw Earth Food and it has space to share, so if you have prod­ucts you’d like to dis­play, feel free to visit the store and speak with Ms Sher­lock or Mr Wolfe.


HAVE A TASTE: Gypsy Sher­lock and Raw Earth Food owner John Wolfe are proud of their new re­tail busi­ness.

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