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First Review by +++VeGaNiSaToR+++

Its in here somewhere! - Edit

Really impressed generally with the republic if Ireland's health food shops.
The fabled NHS means huge swathes of the norths population will not consider anything like this unless they are forced to or become disillusioned, otherwise its met with a derisory snort and the end result is the huge abuse of benzodiazepine meds and general widespread poor health, but at least its "cheap"...

Corkonians are SO LUCKY to have so much organic food, so many natural health products so well located and so handy. If I lived here, I'd eschew the nasty, soulless (but cheap) supermarkets for here. A great range of all things healthy.

Pros: Huge range , Ethical , Centrally located

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So much variety - I wanted to buy everything! - Edit

Great store in the city centre of Cork. It's like an Aladdin's cave, you don't know what great things you'll find around the next corner. I stocked up on snacks for driving around Ireland. Really lovely staff too, although that goes without saying in Ireland.

Pros: Huge variety of stock, Lovely staff, Good layout of store

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Very big and well supplied shop for Organic/Vegetarian/Vegan - Edit

As said in the title, that's what it is. You won't find as much variety anywhere else.
Join the vegetarian society and you also get a 10% discount, if you shop there heavily, you'll recover your money pretty quickly!

Pros: Stocked up with pretty much anything, Good organic produce, Good bread

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They have vegan scones! - Edit

I was fairly blinded by the vegan scones so can't tell you much else about the shop other than it is large and has a good choice of chilled and other items! We didn't need to actually shop so I didn't look too closely at prices of things. We did however have vegan scones and hot chocolate in the little downstairs café which was great. Nice shop, great scones!

Pros: Vegan scones, Large shop

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Tiny, overpriced, but a few vegan options - Edit

One of the smaller and more expensive co-ops I've visited. No joke: we saw a lip balm that I bought in another co-op for $4 sold there for $15...and vegan laundry detergent that is available at Tescos for $11 was over $20 at the co-op. The vegan cheeses are reasonably priced, however. There are often fresh baked vegan scones, carrot cake, etc. It's so expensive, we pretty much only go there to get vegan cheese and an occasional treat like a flapjack. Parking is usually a nightmare unless you go late at night.

Pros: Some hard to find vegan items, Got free bread once, Downtown location

Cons: Parking, Prices, Selection

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J0Z1 14 Jul 2017 - Odd view. Its actually huge too. Mistaken this place for somewhere else? Currency isnt dollars either. Vegan feminism cares about bargains, apparently... Spew. Y'all go back now... Yuh here?  


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Large, well-stocked health food shop and organic m - Edit

Close to the city centre and beside the Quay Co-op Café, this is a large, bright, friendly, well-stocked health food shop and organic market. The shop stocks vegetables, grains and staples, refrigerated and frozen goods, snacks, deli items, baked goods and toiletries. Not everything is vegan but they have a good range of vegan things, including scones. A great local vegan resource.

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Very Good Food - Edit

Very good Food and a very warm and friendly athmosphere.

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Good store - Edit

Relatively large shop with a nice variety of goods and lower than average prices.

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Miaaaaaaaaaaam :-) - Edit

many choices.They have a kitchen where they make homemade pastries. I tasted the peanut butter cookies and chocolate cake (the 2 are vegan),the best I've eaten in my life

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