Trinity Wholefoods

  • Health-food-store Health Store
    ( 7 reviews )

3 Trinity Street, Hastings, Hastings, England, TN34 1HG

Member-owned all vegetarian and cooperative shop. Offering fresh organic vegetables and fruits, local organic produce, organic wine and bread, cruelty free toiletries and cleaning products. Has vegan, gluten free, wheat free savories and cakes available from take-away counter. Open Mon-Sat 9:00am-5:30pm.

Reviews (7)

First Review by Miggi

Brilliant health food co-op - Edit

We love this shop, it's quite small but they manage to pack a lot in. It is vegetarian rather than vegan but is really well stocked with vegan supplies - e.g. vegusto cheeses, fry's products, tofu, tempeh, booja booja, coconut yogurt, good selection of dried pulses (including British grown fava beans!) etc... Really good organic veg, we are getting all our veg there and it works out cheaper than Riverford. Also they have a deli counter where you can get a good vegan takeaway lunch (e.g. salads, quiche, sausage roll, samosa, sandwiches / wraps) and most of their cakes are vegan (had a delicious maple pecan cupcake, yum). Lovely people. And it's a co-op, great!

Pros: Lots of vegan stuff, Fair prices, Workers' co-op

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Excellent product selection and great cakes! - Edit

I was super excited to find this around the corner from my AirBnB. It packs a lot in to a small space, there was a bustle of shoppers, and the staff were warm and friendly. I even managed to find brand new products that I'd never even seen in London (hello vegan Mars bar equivalent!). I also picked up some kombucha and one of their delicious vegan cakes from their deli counter (which was nestled in amongst other delicious-looking, fresh vegan products). It also sells organic veg, cruelty free toiletries, and fresh bread. All at a reasonable price. A definite must!

Pros: Great selection of products, Fresh cakes!, Friendly staff

Cons: None!

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Awesome! - Edit

Great shop! So much choice,got everything you would expect from a really good health food shop,and more!

Pros: Lots Of Vegan Stuff!, Gf Cakes!, Organic Produce!

Cons: Not Everything Is Vegan,but Hey!

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Trinity Wholefoods - Edit

Shopping in a familiar atmosphere - friendly staff, lots of products, also raw bars and chocolate and ice cream..., take-away snacks, interesting books. No wonder the shop was swarming with people every time we went there.

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Trinity -- Unique to Hastings - Edit

Trinity is a beloved tradition in Hastings as a vegetarian health/whole food store in the centre of town.

Pros: Friendly staff, Good selection

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Great little store with good food too - Edit

We just popped in here quickly after lunch at "Eat" across the street, and were delighted to see some tasty veg*n options available. Had we known, we may have just grabbed our lunch from here and ate it on the beach. I still had room for dessert though so grabbed a vegan ice-cream that was similar in style to a Cornetto. It was delicious, and I think they're made locally. We also got some natural lozenges for my cold. What a great little place - would do a great service to people living in the area.

Pros: vegan ice-cream "cornettos", tasty food options available to takeaway, great local natural store

Cons: no seating obviously

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Well stocked & handy take-away food - Edit

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.

Pros: fresh salads, sarnies and soups, vegan cakes, friendly staff

Cons: Not 100% vegan, Not massive range

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