25th Birthday

It was great to have Stephen Kelly, a founding member of Highland Wholefoods, taking part in the prize draws on the last day of our 25th birthday prize give-aways on 10 October. Here he is, picking out the winners, assisted by Sheena and Kevin. Thank you, Stephen!

Stephanie Brown won the voucher for a night's dinner, bed & breakfast at The Rumblie Guest House near Laggan. Here she is receiving her voucher yesterday from Dan, one of the HiHo team. Lucky you, Stephanie - I'm sure you'll have a lovely break at The Rumblie.

 

25th Birthday

Our 25th birthday prize draws are now over. It was such an exciting week - thank you to everyone who took part and to everyone who donated prizes.

We were really honoured to hear that The Scottish Parliament congratulated us on our birthday last week! Thank you to John Finnie MSP for lodging the motion:

Motion S4M-11152: John Finnie, Highlands and Islands, Independent, Date Lodged: 08/10/2014

That the Parliament congratulates Highland Wholefoods Workers Co-operative on its 25th anniversary; understands that, since opening its doors in 1989, Highland Wholefoods Workers Co-operative has supplied vegetarian, vegan, organic, ethical and environmentally-friendly food, drinks and household products to the Highlands, islands and north-east Scotland; understands that the company is wholly owned by its 10 employees and has a turnover of more than £1 million per year; believes that the cooperative model is vital to the success of local economies, and wishes Highland Wholefoods Workers Co-operative the very best on its wonderful anniversary and for the future.

Supported by: Alison Johnstone, Graeme Dey, Jean Urquhart, Jackie Baillie, Kenneth Gibson, Colin Beattie, Mary Scanlon, Mike MacKenzie, Adam Ingram, Rob Gibson, Chic Brodie, Roderick Campbell, John Wilson, Bill Kidd, Neil Findlay, Bruce Crawford, Maureen Watt, David Torrance, Marco Biagi, Sarah Boyack, Gil Paterson

What an honour!

 

 

 

Welcome to Highland Wholefoods

Since 1989 we have been supplying local communities in the Highlands and Islands and north-east Scotland with organic, vegetarian, GM-free and fair trade products. 

 

               

 

 

♦ gluten free ♦ vegetarian ♦ oils ♦ fair trade ♦ vegan ♦ GM free ♦ snacks ♦ household cleaners ♦ pulses ♦ wines ♦ noodles ♦ Japanese products ♦ condiments ♦ vinegars ♦ spices ♦ fruit juices ♦ nuts ♦  seeds ♦ herbs ♦ toiletries ♦ jams ♦  teas ♦ dried fruit ♦ flours ♦ pasta ♦ soya milk ♦ honey ♦ pasta ♦ milk substitutes ♦ sushi ♦  baby care ♦  oat milk ♦ oatcakes ♦  cereals ♦ rice cakes ♦  convenience food ♦ cordials ♦ herb teas ♦ seaweed products ♦ olives ♦ lentils ♦  baking goods ♦  vegan cheeses ♦ soaps ♦ chocolate ♦ carob ♦ cider ♦ fungi ♦  hair care ♦ incense ♦ wheat free ♦ muesli ♦ oats ♦ capers ♦ vine leaves ♦ pasta sauces ♦ pickles ♦ salad dressings ♦ environmentally friendly ♦