Community Food Moray

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Community Food Moray

Unit 3,
Mosstodloch service Station,
IV32 7LH

Telephone: 01343 820261


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We are a charity (No; SCO42997) and social enterprise supporting healthy eating through access to affordable fruit, local vegetables and wholegrains in Moray. The CFM shop and delivery service is an alternative shopping experience to supermarkets.

Through this we aim to improve healthy eating choices and contribute to community well-being. The ethos of Community Food Moray also focuses on using local produce where possible, reducing food miles and food waste.

Our enterprise activities are run from our base in Mosstodloch and include -

Our Products;

  • Fresh Fruit and Veg Box Orders
    Local seasonal produce
  • Gift Fruit Baskets
  • Freshly Made Soup
    with locally baked artisan bread
  • Fresh Salad & Fruit pots
  • Panini's and toasties
  • Working towards the 'Healthy Living Award'



  • Demonstrations and training -
    Food and Nutrition
  • Talks and workshops
    Local food, food waste, CFM ethos
  • Drop in Sessions
    Young Start, bite and blather, cooking
  • Catering for Businesses and community events
    Soup, sandwiches and Fruit Platters
  • Local delivery service

Every pound you spend at CFM stays in Moray - all income is reinvested into supporting our Charity so your purchase not only contributes to your own health but also invests in local employment and the wider Moray community.

We are involved in;

Increasing access to affordable produce
for people in isolated communities throughout Moray

Contributing to community regeneration in Moray

Moray Food Bank service for people in crisis

Education programs with schools and community groups

Supported employment

Volunteer opportunities

Overall health and Well-being


Our friendly volunteers provide an individual service in the shop and outlets.

You are contributing to the Moray community, economy and supporting local farms, growers, suppliers and volunteers.

For more information visit the web site.

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