Great Cornish Food Store Ltd is a company registered in England, No 9997008. VAT registration number 238095786. Registered office: Chapel View Farm, Coombe Lane, Bissoe, Truro, TR4 8RE, United Kingdom.
Looking forward to welcoming our customers back… Great news! The Great Cornish Food Store will re-open to walk-in customers from next Tuesday, 19th May. Revised opening times for the time being, at least, will be Tuesdays to Saturdays 9am – 6pm. This will be in addition to our Home Delivery and Order Collection services which […]
We can’t quite believe that it’s the beginning of May already, but that marks a good time, perhaps, to reflect on how everyone has fared in the last month of lockdown. We probably all know by now someone close to home who has suffered with the Covid-19 virus. This is when it becomes so real […]
Those of you who shop regularly with us here at the Great Cornish Food Store will know how much we dislike waste. And in this current climate of the Coronavirus lockdown, we’re continuing to stick by this guiding principle – as far as we possibly can. Ordinarily in store, shoppers have always been invited to […]
Keeping it Cornish; supporting our suppliers: Our entire ethos at the Great Cornish Food Store has always been, and remains, to showcase the widest range possible of top quality local food and drink and in so doing, support local suppliers and producers from around Cornwall, be they tiny businesses operating from home kitchens or some […]
Next week, the Great Cornish Food Store will be introducing a new way we sell our fish for Home Delivery and Collection at the Door. From Tuesday (14th April), we’ll be offering the Great Cornish “Daily Catch” – a delicious, but non-specific, selection of fresh Cornish fish landed daily in the ports of Newlyn, Looe […]
This Easter will be an Easter like no other, as households continue to stay at home and self-isolate and the country tries to beat the current Coronavirus pandemic. To beat the blues, we offering 50% off all our range of Easter eggs and chocolates, while stocks last. Before lockdown, we’d already ordered in our Easter […]