supporters & partners

We love our supporters and we couldn’t do what we do without them! 


Brighton & Hove Food Partnership

Brighton & Hove Food Partnership are a non-profit organisation helping people learn to cook, eat a healthy diet, grow their own food and waste less food. They support and mentor a number of community food projects across the city including BrightStore.

Brighton Food Factory

Brighton Food Factory is an ambitious non-profit enterprise, to help contribute to a resilient food system in Sussex and helps community groups access locally grown produce. They supply BrightStore with fresh, locally sourced fruit, veg and eggs. 

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Fareshare Sussex

FareShare Sussex makes sure that food gets to people who are vulnerable and affected by food poverty by delivering surplus food from the food supply industries that would otherwise go to waste. They supply BrightStore with a range of surplus food including fruit, vegetables, bread, pasta, oats and tinned goods. 

The Flour Pot Bakery 

The Flour Pot Bakery operate a range of artisan bakeries across Brighton & Hove serving handcrafted bread, pastries, sweets, cakes, sandwiches, and speciality coffee seven days a week. They kindly donate BrightStore with quality surplus bread from their Five Ways store in the city. 


Paxton Access

Paxton Access has over 30 years' experience designing and manufacturing security solutions for a range of buildings. Around 25,000 buildings each year are secured globally with Paxton products. Paxton donate freshly prepared, ready-to-eat meals to BrightStore from their zero-waste employee cafe based at their Brighton Head Office. 

Hollingdean Community Centre 

Hollingdean Community Centre is the home for BrightStore Hollingdean. The World Food cookery project and The ‘Hollingbean’ Cafe (part of The Real Junk Food Project) also operate out of the centre.

Vallance Community Centre

BrightStore Hove operates out of the Vallance Community Centre, a former printing shop which was turned into an accessible community venue in 1999. The centre hosts community projects including an older people’s group, cookery and IT initiatives.


If your business or organisation shares our vision of local food systems that are fairer, more sustainable and give everyone access to affordable, local and quality food, we’d love to hear from you. 


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