Windmill Organic Wholefood Co-op

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162 Aigburth Road, Liverpool, England, L17 7BR

A vegetarian co-operative offering vegetarian and vegan organic wholefoods, organic fruits and vegetables, animal-friendly bodycare and household goods, extensive range of fair trade products, plus an organic vegetable box delivery service. Situated between St Michael's Station and Lark Lane; previously on Smithdown Road. Open Mon-Wed 9:30am-6:00pm, Thu 9:30am-7:30pm, Fri 9:30am-6:00pm, Sat 9:30am-5:30pm.

7 Reviews

First Review by gr8vegan

lovely little store! - Edit

lovely shop with organic and vegan products available. They don't have a lot of variety since its pretty small, but it comes in handy if you don't have time to go to a big one!

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Windmill Organics, Liverpool - Edit

I love this place. Its a workers co-operative, sells vegan and veggie foods and has a a really nice vibe.
However, it seems to have struggled a bit since moving from Smithdown Rd to Aigburth Rd. I shop in there when finances allow (skint at the moment) and would urge any veggies/vegans (or anyone else for that matter!) to support this very important shop.

Pros: Meat free, Workers Co-Operative, Friendly staff

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Windmill Organic Wholefood Co-op, Liverpool - Edit

As a vegan veggie now living in Liverpool I used to shop here all the time. However since its moved to Aigburth Road, it doesn't have the same handiness for where I live. Despite the move I still venture over now and again and always leave with a positive impression.

Its run by a workers cooperative. There's a decent of choice of all kinds of organic and vegetarian food (fresh, frozen, chilled, tinned, dried etc etc), toiletries, household products, aromatherapy oil, soft drinks, beer, wine etc. Staff are very helpful. In my humble opinion it's the best of the health food shops in Liverpool that I have been to so far.

See their website for more info.

Its only a few mins walk from St Michaels Station and also near Lark Lane and the cafes there (eg Green Days) if venturing there. The Aigburth Road location has a bit more space than the old venue. Staff are as helpful as ever.

Updated from previous review on Wednesday September 19, 2007

Pros: Vegan veggie friendly, Decent choice, Helpful staff

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Good choice, friendly staff, can't complain - Edit

My primary source of faux cheese and soy sauce during my second year of university.

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They will order vegan products on request.... - Edit

...at no extra charge.

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Could be better, but near Penny Lane - Edit

Parking is not easy. You might be able to park across the intersection on the left. We ended up idling nearby while one of us ran into to grab a selection of vegan snacks for the road trip. Not much! Spent 20 minutes looking and only found rice cakes & soy pudding :( more of your produce place.

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graham - Edit

Received the veg and choc for over 1 year and always enjoyed the food and the banter with little boy Richard who delivers. Could not believe that fresh veg could taste so good. Its a big thumbs up for such a great services and veg.

Pros: great taste, friendly staff, no complaints

Cons: none, none, none

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