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Infinity Foods, North Road

This is the Infinity Foods shop. It’s the first of its kind we have seen whilst in England. There’s obviously a real group of health conscious people in Brighton and it’s good to see such a fresh supply of organically grown fruit and vegetables as well as a huge range of pulses and nuts and beans and things and calabrese – they were wonderful. It’s obviously well patronised because it was very busy and very lively inside.

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  • As I understand it, Infinity Foods has been operating in Brighton since 1971. It is a workers’ co-operative and members who work there have a share in the company. A Brighton Institution.

    By John Holmes (20/07/2004)
  • I love Infinity Foods – they have a really good range, including products designed to appeal to children. The prices are good too – organic food is more expensive than its chemically adulterated equivalent – but Infinity seem to make an effort to keep prices reasonable.

    By Andrea Turrell (22/10/2004)
  • This is fantastic – this was a shop that my Gx3 Grandfather resided at in the 1850’s – would anyone by chance have a photo of the shop from the the late 1800’s? He was an Egg Merchant named Henry Gates.

    By Stephen Gates (18/06/2009)

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