A no-fuss deli is launching soon in the Norwich Lanes and it will be packed with goodies from local producers and suppliers. 

Bare Food Deli is set to open at the end of November 2023 in 20 St Benedicts Street, which was previously a barber's shop. 

The owners of the new business are Henry Barham and his mum Louise and they have spent several months refurbishing the premises. 

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Mr Barham said: "The concept of Bare Food Deli is about going back to basics and offering real food from local suppliers that is free from artificial additives and preservatives, which is sometimes hard to find in a supermarket.

"We are using all Norfolk suppliers such as Marsh Pig and The Tea Lady."

The products available in the independent shop will include cold meats, cheeses, sausage rolls, jams, pickles, oils, fruits and vegetables. 

Mr Barham has also just taken on a smallholding in Saxlingham Nethergate, on the outskirts of the city, called Bare Food Farm, where they will grow their own produce to sell in the deli.