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Fortnum and Mason For three centuries Fortnum’s has been committed to bringing the world’s best food to Piccadilly – often from continents away. Fresh food, though, has always come from as close to these Isles as possible. Respecting this hemisphere’s seasons has always seemed obvious to us: we’ve never really wavered from the path. We take extraordinary care over the origins of everything we sell. Every sprout, lobster, truckle and rib comes direct from suppliers we know intimately rather than from markets. If we’re not to uphold our own standards, who is? We are still at 181 Piccadilly, just as we have been for over 300 years.(Text, Fortnum and Mason)

Three Floor Nautilus on Flickr.

Fortnum and Mason

For three centuries Fortnum’s has been committed to bringing the world’s best food to Piccadilly – often from continents away. Fresh food, though, has always come from as close to these Isles as possible. Respecting this hemisphere’s seasons has always seemed obvious to us: we’ve never really wavered from the path.

We take extraordinary care over the origins of everything we sell. Every sprout, lobster, truckle and rib comes direct from suppliers we know intimately rather than from markets. If we’re not to uphold our own standards, who is?

We are still at 181 Piccadilly, just as we have been for over 300 years.

(Text, Fortnum and Mason)

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