Bath Culture House


I’m popping up around Bath, Bristol & Somerset this month to help you with VEGANUARY 🌱… 👀👇🏽

Sat 11th @wildoatsbristol 11am to 2pm – 🧀 tastings

Wed 15th @betterfoodco Whapping Wharf 4pm to 7pm – 🧀 tastings

Sat 18th @sowandarrow_ Ulitmate Health Programme One Day Workshop, Portishead – Fermented Food & Gut Health Talk

We’d 22nd Jan @flipfoodbristol 7pm to 9pm – 🌱🧀 & 🌱🍷 with @wolf_wine, our Vegan Chease and Wine event (book through @flipfoodbristol )

Sat 25th Stroud Vegan Fair @veganfairs & @aardeevents

Sun 26th @tobaccofactorymarkets

Fri 31st @betterfoodco Whiteladies Rd 11am to 2pm – 🧀 tastings

In short, Lucie is a fermentation geek who switched dairy for plants.

Born in St Martins Hospital Bath, she studied Biology and flourished into a successful cheesemaking career in Cornwall. Inspired by Rachel Demuth, Lucie started teaching fermentation workshops at Demuth’ s Cookery School.

Bath Culture House was born in 2016, selling bottles of Kombucha to independent health food shop Harvest, Bath. Now Bath Culture House supplies over 20 retailers in the South West with Kombucha, Vegan Chease (yes CHEASE), Kimchi and Sauerkrauts.

Lucie’s dream was always to combine her inner geek with her love of cooking, producing tummy loving live foods.

Trufoo Juice Bar


TruFoo Juice Bar co. is a Bristol based company, started in 2015 out of a passion for healthy food & drink. We love experimenting with interesting and tasty ingredients, which have a positive effect on our well-being and wanted to share this passion with the community. We therefore began developing a range of fruit & veg Juices and Smoothies and started selling them from our mobile juice bar  at street food markets.

We don’t believe in expensive and exclusive cleanses. This suggests consuming healthy products such as juices is something you do for a detox or diet and then stop. No, we believe in incorporating nutritious ingredients, regularly,  as part of a balanced diet. We keep all our ingredients simple and transparent. If you don’t recognize the name of an ingredient it probably shouldn’t be there. We don’t make bold health claims. We make sure any health benefit is backed by reliable sources. We try to make our products as accessible and comparably inexpensive as possible.