Ways to Shop

We look forward to welcoming you to Vita Stores.

We are open for you to shop however it suits you. Self-service; with help from us; with or without your own refill containers (we have free paper bags that you can use). You can also pre-order for collection or take advantage of our free local delivery. Some of our products can also be purchased online, see our Online Shop.

Collection & delivery

Please email your shopping list to team@vitastores.co.uk and we will prepare your order for collection or delivery.

  • Please include your phone number plus your address if delivery is required.
  • We will call you to take payment and confirm your order.
  • Once confirmed, we aim to deliver within 24 hours.
  • We aim to keep our prices and stock list up-to-date, but some fluctuations may occur.

Collection

We will let you know when your order is ready for you to pick up from our store.

Free local delivery

  • Whitstable town centre, minimum order £15
  • Tankerton & Seasalter, minimum order £20

 

Shopping in our store

Dry goods can be bought from Vita Stores using the following reusable containers:

  • your own clean container
  • paper bag or sack
  • Le Parfait screw-top jar in 4 sizes from £6.00
  • organic cotton drawstring bag in 2 sizes from £2.75

FILL cleaning products can be bought from Vita Stores in the following re-usable ways:

  • Your own clean container
  • FILL branded glass bottle or jar that has the instructions and the ingredients printed on the side. These can be fitted with a screw top, a spray top or a pump top.

Alongside our refill foods and products we have made a careful selection of sustainable, small batch producers of foods and drinks that are in glass jars or paper packaging:

  • Arabica: ferments, preserves and spices
  • Bare Bones chocolate
  • Gimber organic ginger cordial
  • Gimlet fruit cordials
  • London Borough of Jam preserves
  • Martelli pastas
  • Postcard Teas
  • Pump Street Chocolate

We also offer a range of sustainable, plastic-free kitchen utensils and products that are useful and beautiful:

  • Anna Cameron ceramics
  • Ben Matthers bread boards
  • Creamore Mill wooden products
  • Eco Vibe products
  • Geoff Fisher foraged wood products
  • Head in the Woods vegan products
  • Keep Cup reuseable cups
  • Kinto tableware, teapots, coffee makers and glassware
  • Lucky Hedgehog tawashi brushes
  • Lapuan Kankrit textiles
  • Passa Paa woven bamboo social enterprise products
  • Redecker kitchen utensils, brushes and brooms
  • Tony Ross-Gower kitchen ceramics
  • Wireworkers wooden grinders

Lastly, a wide range of cookery and food related books.

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