• Karen Knowler is “The Raw Food Coach” and has been dubbed “The world’s premier raw food coach”. A published author, popular speaker, raw food coach, chef and teacher, as well as trainer to the trainers, Karen has inspired millions of people around the world to experience the power of raw and living foods through her web site, books and TV appearances and has trained hundreds of raw food coaches, teachers and professionals worldwide.

    Karen is known for her “easy, simple and fun” approach to both food and business, as much as her deep insight, compassion and wisdom. Karen is former Managing Director of The Fresh Network, the UK's Raw and Living Foods organisation, founder and former editor of Get Fresh! magazine, founder and sole organiser of the Fresh Festival and author of a multitude of life-changing books, eBooks and articles, including “Raw Food Made Simple” and her latest book “Eat Right for Your Personality Type” published by Hay House in March 2012. Karen has been involved in the field of raw food since 1993 and is based in Hertfordshire, England.

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June 27, 2007


YVonne Gilbert

You can get organic produce at the Blackheath farmers market. It every sunday from 10am in the station car park. I spend every Sunday afternoon making organic Kale Crisps. I have bought young green coconuts in two separate shops on Deptford High street, again right by the station but head away from the market.
In the market place at Greenwich there is Greenlands who sell raw nut butters, lucuma powder, hemp seeds, essence bread and every other raw supplement you can think of.


Hi..I am starting my raw food journey and would like to journal it on you know where I can do that? Thanks.

Sarupa Shah

Hi - points to all the London Farmer Markets.

Also try 'indian' stores (Ealing Road, Wembley, or Southall, East London plus other areas) for juicy indian mangoes (not the un-juicy supermarket types - but only when in season!) and other exotic fruit and veg. Not organic, but variety at good prices.


Thanks so much for the link Karen! Love the video - you're radiant :) x

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