Guide to Independent Food Shops

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It’s quite hard to think of another town in Sussex that retains such a range of independent food shops. It’s something we’re very proud of – and here is a personal guide (in alphabetical order).

Arundel Butchers
19 The High Street (in the Square)
T: 01903 882270
A traditional butchers shop with a lovely display – in fact sometimes you’re just as likely to find people photographing the meat as buying it! Arundel Butchers make their own sausages including one made to a traditional Arundel recipe (Joyce’s) and the bacon slicer is kept busy with the dry cured bacon. Game is stocked in season as well as the usual beef, pork and chicken etc. If you want information ask the staff for details of the provenance of the meat and cooking advice. They are always happy to prepare special cuts.

Arun Fruiterers & Florists
23 Tarrant Street
T: 01903 883105
Another traditional style shop – but focusing on meet the needs of today’s cook, including seasonal and local produce wherever possible. And if you fancy ‘growing your own’, they have a good selection of vegetable seeds too.

Castle Chocolates
11 Tarrant Street
T: 01903 884419
An Arundel institution, with Clive and his famous straw boater, this shop packs in a massive selection hand-made chocolates. Chose your favourites to make up your own special box. The range includes chocs hand made by local chocolatiers.
Castle Chocolates will have a special Food Festival Rum Truffle in plain or milk during the Food Festival.

Crossbush Farm Shop
Lyminster Road, Crossbush BN17 7QQ
(1 mile east of Arundel on Littlehampton Road)
T: 01903 883991
This is a ‘proper’ farm shop – in the sense of being a shop selling produce from their own farm (and other things besides, mostly from neighbouring farms and producers), not just a shop that happens to be next to a field. They sell organic lamb and beef from their own herds, plus other local meat. Eggs, honey and an ever-changing range of fresh seasonal local produce from neighbours. They don’t always have it, but the wholemeal flour is from their own wheat, milled by the Weald & Downland Museum.
Closed on Mondays

Gaskyns Organic Food Shop
4 Queen Street
www.gaskyns.co.uk
T: 01903 884392
The left-hand side of Gaskyns is given over to a good range of organic groceries, and the shop also sells their own home-made quiches etc. Gaskyns also has a licenced café and restaurant.

Larkins Stores
35 Tarrant Street
T: 01903 883694
A rare beast indeed – an independent general grocers! – and one that thrives by listening to customers and stocking the things they actually want. So you’ll find an eclectic and surprising range of stock from basics to exotics. If your recipe lists some unusual ingredients, Larkins may well have it (from traditional rarities such as Anchovy to international things like oyster sauce). Larkins really embraces the Fair Trade ideal with lots of Fair Trade products in many categories. And if you can’t be bothered to cook, Larkins is the Arundel stockist of the ‘Cook’ range of Sussex-made frozen meals, which are Jolly Nice (authentic recipes, good ingredients, ‘home-made’ in style).

Meditree Healthcare
5 Castle Mews, Tarrant Street
www.meditree.co.uk
T: 01903 882746
This acupuncturist practice is also the sole town stockist of Dr Stuarts and High Living herbal teas (blended in nearby Storrington).

Pallant of Arundel
17 High Street (in the Square)
www.pallantofarundel.co.uk
T: 01903 882288
One of the south’s premier delicatessens with an awesome cheese and deli counter and much more besides. The owners really know their food, and you’ll find a carefully and imaginatively selected range of some of the finest foods on offer. They have lots of Sussex foods – but range far and wide to source the best national and international foods as well.
Pallant also has an excellent selection of wines, including Sussex wines, and many beers, again including all the key Sussex brews. Plus a good selection of malts and other spirits.  WARNING – this is a dangerously tempting shop for the weak-willed!
Soup Dragon Game Soup will be available during the Food Festival, as well as special events.

Sparks Yard
18 Tarrant Street
www.sparksyard.com
T: 01903 885588
On the first floor they have things you won’t find elsewhere – a selection of Classic American groceries, the things you see on set in the movies. Ready for your close up? Sparks Yard also has a coffee shop offering wicked pastries and a distinctive menu of ice cream Sundaes.
During the Food Festival the special is a Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream Sundae.

Sweet Memories of Arundel
25 High Street
www.sweets-arundel.com
T: 01903 884694
A traditional sweet shop with those weigh-out jars – “sweets that taste like you remember!”

The Co-op
15-23 Queen Street
T: 01903 882290
Sometimes you just need a good selection of basic stuff – and the Co-op has better ethical and Fair Trade credentials than most.

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