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Save with bigger packs and bulk purchase

Save money and still eat healthily with our larger packs of organic Wholefoods. Buying in bulk can give significant savings, this is really good if you use alot of a particular item, for example, buying a 10kg box of Ground Almonds is a major saving over buying lots of smaller packets.

You can see some of the major lines in our Bulk Purchasing Section.

We can't list all the prices we can offer for bulk purchase so, just give us a ring.

We have 1kg sizes of Organic dried fruits such as Apricots   and Dates, giving you a good saving over the smaller pack found in supermarkets, plus we have a fast turnover ensuring freshness and fantastic taste, particularly noticeable with organic nuts.

Our Brazils and Cashews come to us vacuum packed and are wonderfully crisp. You can really save money as well as reducing the packaging. Porridge and Jumbo Oats are available in 5kg bags, and our organic basmati rice in 3kg bags is excellent value. If you need even bigger packs just ring us for a price.

Don't forget you can order by the case for our standard ten percent case discount.

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