At Ceresly Good, we appreciate that many people want to shop locally and support local businesses. We know this because this is us too!


We want to know exactly where our food has come from, how it has been grown or prepared, and that the quality is high.

We want to buy directly from the producers, cutting out the 'middle man', and sending those hard-earned profits directly to them.

And we want to shop in an environmentally conscientious way, minimising food miles and the use of unnecessary (plastic) packaging.

The high street has been, and continues to struggle, with so many shop closures. Long standing businesses are disappearing as financial pressures become insurmountable. And whilst this continues, we see the further rise of the giant supermarket conglomerates, which claim to meet our every need.

Sure, supermarkets have much to offer: we wouldn't be living in a world with Tescos, Asdas, Lidls and Aldis at every corner if they didn't.


But amidst our hectic modern lifestyles, we have become somewhat dependent on the convenience of supermarket shopping and making that 'one stop shop' for all our grocery needs.


After all, many independent shops are open during core 9-5 working hours, which in itself is not conducive to fitting with many of our schedules. And for those who can shop within these hours, their needs are unlikely to be met by making a single trip to the town centre.

Ceresly Good believes that you can satisfy your grocery shopping needs by buying from local, independent businesses. We provide an online grocery shop, using goods and produce sourced directly from our numerous Fife-based partner businesses, with the convenience of delivery directly to your door. 

So now you can embrace your shopping goals and #shoplocal!

Our Partners:

Angry Kulture - vegan kimchi

Bad Gal Boocha - kombucha fermented in Cuparmuir

My Bagel Lady - American-style bagels made in St Andrews

Barnett's Bakery - a wide range of excellent bakery staples and artisan breads produced in Anstruther 

Bodylushious - handmade hair, body and face products created in Burntisland

The Ceres Butcher - locally reared meats and famous prepared pies from Ceres

Clean Soaps - skincare products that are healthy for the planet.

The Cocoa Tree - artisan hot chocolate and luxury chocolate treats made in Pittenweem

East Neuk Kilnhouse - traditionally kiln-smoked fish from St Monans

East Neuk Orchards - traditionally pressed apple juice from Fife-based orchards

Easter Grangemuir Farm - the best strawberries around, picked fresh from Pittenweem

Growers Garden - promoting broccoli equality and sustainable farming by making great crisps in Cupar

Herb Majesty - pasture raised poultry from the Blackler family, Perth

Ivan Wood & Sons - all your fresh fruit and vegetable needs direct from Ballingry

Lara's Honey - locally produced honey from Leven

Leaf Natural Food Wraps - handmade beeswax and plant wax food wraps made in Markinch

The Little Herb Farm - the best hummus and dips by far, produced in Cuparmuir

Lochaber Farm - artisan sourdough boules made near Lathockar

Mara Seaweed - sustainably sourced seasonings

IJ Mellis Cheesemonger - the go-to business for all your cheese needs in St Andrews.

Miller Coffee - expertly blended caffetiere and instant coffees from Dairsie

Pittormie Fruit Farm - widely known for their excellent fresh soft fruits and vegetables, near Balmullo

Raw Wild & Consicous - ethically sourced and produced chocolate bars from West Fife

Strathearn Tea - beautifully produced loose leaf tea from Perth

Suzy Bloom - the most creatively and beautifully assembled bouquets from your first class local florist in Pitscottie.

Urban Homestead - an emerging family business based in Glenrothes

The Whisky Sauce Company - delicious condiments from Cuparmuir

Willow and Plum - beautifully produced artisan soap bars from Kinglassie

The Witches Kitchen - wickedly good jams, marmalades and condiments created in Leuchars.