Bristol Sweet Mart
Bristol Sweet Mart was founded in 1978 by Mr Kassam Majothi, a Ugandan refugee. The businesses has since expanded to become a local food shop, wholesale service and deli, selling Indian home-made foods both direct to the public and to over 100 Indian takeaways and restaurants.
Sweet Mart stock around 8,000 different products in-store and online. Around 30% of fresh produce and dairy products are sourced locally and from the South-West. Wholefoods from Essential Trading and Queenswood.
Bristol Pound trader and Bristol Pound cashpoint
71-75, 76-82, 84 St Mark's Road
BS5 6JH - view map
Reviewed by JC 4/11
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