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by Miggi

Review: Trinity Wholefoods is a workers co-op health food shop in Hastings town centre. As well as a good stock of your usual health food shop stuff, they stock Infinity products (workers co-op based in Brighton) and do fresh take-away stuff in the chill counter for lunches. Generally pasties etc. but also their own made salad boxes which are usually good, fresh and filling, and they've recently started making their own sosmix rolls which are good. In summer, there's a choice of sandwiches and pitta pockets to take away with inventive fillings (e.g. peanut butter & bringal pickle with mixed salad, vegan sausage & spicy tomato chutney with beansprouts). In Winter they make wholesome fresh soups and do a good portion to take away for about £1.50. They also stock yummy cakes made at local cafe Eat. The staff are friendly hippy types who know which things are vegan and all ingredients are marked up.


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