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Bolton: How shopping locally helps the community as well as the environment
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Bolton: How shopping locally helps the community as well as the environment

Bolton Market knows the value of shopping locally

Shopping locally is good for the environment as well as the whole community.

Residents are encouraged to buy local produce and use local shops. But it is more important than ever.

It has been difficult for residents of the borough.

Bolton Market knows the value of shopping locally

Bolton Market knows how important it is to shop locally

Bolton was once a market town. Each district has its own traders selling local produce.

Bolton Market is full of locally sourced fresh products, which are sold by independent traders from all over the region.

It’s easy to do your weekly shopping under one roof. It also helps the local economy and is a great way to help the environment.

Declan Lennon sells fresh, local produce

Declan Lennon is a local farmer who sells fresh produce

Paul Murphy is the market manager for Wet & Wild Seafood Ltd. He says he enjoys being in the market.

I have good relationships. He said that it was important to lean on one another, especially with Covid.”

This relationship is also beneficial to the customer.

Paul explained that you get a personal touch. The fish is cleaned and cut right in front them according to their specifications.

“You know you are going to get the best.

Declan Lennon, Walshs Traditional Foods, added

“We can tell the customer from where it came and we are happy to answer any questions.

These eggs can be used immediately and will last for three weeks. Nothing is wasted.

Local shopping ensures local jobs, and leads to a thriving neighborhood.

Declan explained that this all helps local suppliers.

Fresh, local produce is the best. However, buying locally helps to protect the environment by reducing carbon footprint and reducing food miles.

Paul said that we bought a boat in Fleetwood and that once that’s done, the fish will be brought straight from the sea to the ice.

Customers can’t get fresher than this now,

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