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New spice store, Really Nice Spice, opens in the Adelaide Central Market

An organic herb and spice store is about to open in Adelaide’s Central Market with produce sourced from Bangladesh, India and Nepal.

Photo by Harry Taylor @reallynicespice

There’s a new spice haven in the Adelaide Central Market.

As of last Friday 17 July, Really Nice Spice made its home in the market.

Really Nice Spice began as a market stall in 2018 in the Adelaide Hills where owner, Harry Taylor would sell bulk spices and recipe cards for customers to take home.

Since then, the stall has developed into a product range including spice jars, chai teas, snacks and bulk herbs & spices.

Now as you step into the store, you will be greeted with a unique atmosphere of music, aromas of incense, incredible food and beautiful artwork.

Harry’s objective is to support farmers and those involved in the global distribution process by sourcing stock from fair trade businesses.

At Really Nice Spice, customers have access to both high-quality and ethically sourced herbs and spices.

Really Nice Spice source their products from farmers in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Indonesia.

Their products are ethical, of high quality and support less developed countries and the supply chain distribution.

You also have a plethora of recipes at your fingertips on the Really Nice Spice website.

These recipes include cinnamon rolls, apple pie, vegetable curry, and many more.

Really Nice Spice is now open in the Central Market Arcade (entrance via Victoria Square).

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