The People’s Supermarket aims to offer good value ethical, locally sourced produce and healthy food products; including refrigerated and frozen goods.
Arthur Pott-Dawson describes the peoples supermarket as:
“a completely new way of doing your shopping its all about good food at affordable prices, but to get the cheap food, you have to become a member.
Members pay an annual fee of £25, volunteer 4 hours a month, and in turn get 10% off their shopping.
Anyone can shop at The People’s Supermarket and it prides itself on making shopping cheaper.
Any profits that are made go straight back into making the food even more affordable for its customers.
But who decides how the supermaket runs? The members do. The supermarkek belongs to them, they have a say in how it works, what food is sold and what kind of shop they want it to be.
I think we’re people are ready for a change, everybody complains about the supermarkets making so much money out of us, and there’s no alterntive, now there is.
Potts-Dawson is a chef by trade and has cooked for Michelin-starred restaurants including Roux Brothers, La Tante Claire and River Cafe.
Plans are in the making for a creche and other activities at The People’s Supermarket, which already look to be expanding.
The People’s Supermarket aims to change the way we buy food and Potts-Dawson concludes:
“Its all about good food for and by the people. I want people to join the peoples supermarket, and show their support.”
This is a supermarket that prides itself at selling the best food at the lowest possible prices.
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