Wake up to organic with Wild and Free

Wake up to organic with Wild and Free Published: Tuesday, 6th June 2017

Join ‘Wild and Free’, the town centre’s largest retailer of organic foods, in Market Place on Wednesday 14 June as part of the ‘Wake up to organics’ national campaign.

The event takes place between 8.30am and 10.30am and is all about encouraging people to think organic and try a range of free organic food and drinks for breakfast.

The event, now in its second year, will involve over 150 shops, cafes and local businesses across the country. Wild and Free will be offering samples of breakfast bars, cereals, juices, teas, jams and many other items – some of which will be supplied in goody bags – so why not stop by?  

Steve Prime, owner of ‘Wild and Free’, said: “This is the first time we have been involved in this national initiative and we are really excited. We decided that this would be an ideal opportunity to tell people in Rugby that we are here and our reasons for going organic.

We are hoping that on the day people will see and taste the variety and wholesomeness of organic foods.” 

Steve continued: “We are the area’s largest retailers of organic foods and have seen our business grow steadily over the past 13 years in the town – offering good food, great service and reasonable prices.”

Aftab Gaffar, Rugby First Managing Director, said: “The ‘Wake Up to Organic’ events are designed to show how easy it is to switch to an organic breakfast, and to showcase the fabulous range of organic food and drink that local independent stores and cafés offer and I am delighted to support the efforts of ‘Wild and Free in doing this.”

"Wild and Free" is located in Bank Street and has been trading since August 2003. It offers a fantastic range of dried, chilled and frozen organic natural products as well as a great range of one hundred per cent certified fresh fruit and vegetables. They also operate an organic veg box delivery service to a wide area around the town centre (free delivery) and are also happy to include all other items from their shop or web site. 

For further information visit www.wildandfree.net.