Bonativo brings online farmers’ market to London
A start-up company, Bonativo, has launched an online farmers’ market for Londoners, offering meat and other products from local producers.
The website offers 500 products, which are exclusively made by local food-makers from London and the surrounding area.
The London project is the company’s second venture, after launching in Berlin at the beginning of the month.
Orders must have a minimum value of £30 and are delivered within two days; the delivery area includes zones 1 and 2 and all of south-west London.
Meaty offerings include beef from Beatbush Farm in Essex and Wells Farm in Kent, lamb from March House Farm in Leicestershire, and charcuterie from Blackhand in Hackney.
Christian Eggert, co-founder of Bonativo, said: “We believe everyone has the right to know the origin behind their food. And we‘re not just talking about a vague country label, but about the land it grew on, the treatment it went through, and the people behind it.
“At Bonativo, we select partners who make products you cannot find anywhere else, products that are genuine because they are hand-picked and hand-crafted by passionate specialists”,
Bonativo explained that the UK organic market is now worth £1.79 billion. Four out of five households now buy organic produce, with shoppers under 34 willing to spend the most on organic products.
Eggert added: “We help small, local businesses to remain sustainable. We provide them with a platform and visibility, to help them reach a much wider customer audience.”
Visit Bonativo at www.bonativo.co.uk.
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