ABOUT SEVEN SISTERS’ SPICES

Photo by Dörte Januszewski Lewes Map Store

Based in the East Sussex County town of Lewes, Seven Sisters’ Spices is a small home-run business with a passion for all things spiced, healthy, flavoursome and sustainable. We provide catered lunches, suppers & parties, teach cookery workshops to adults & children, make a range of hand blended spices, dukkahs, chutneys, pickles & curry pastes that are available for sale at Lewes Farmers Market, where I will be returning on March 3rd. All the packaging used by Seven Sisters’ Spices is reusable, recyclable or fully biodegradable, as it has been since the first day we started trading.

My name is Chloe Edwards and I established Seven Sisters’ Spices in 2013, a venture that was born out of difficult circumstances, but which has become a joy and a profitable business. You can find out more in the blog pieces below that I have been fortunate to have written about Seven Sisters’ Spices, as well as the short BBC film. Also please do have a nose around the website and visit the online Larder while you are here!

Watch ‘The Woman Who Delivers Lunch From Her Pram’ a BBC Online Magazine film made by Susannah Reid about Seven Sisters’ Spices, me and my pram.

Photo by Katie Vandyck, 100 Designs Websites

The Lewes Home – read Jo Jackson’s Blog post on Seven Sisters’ Spices here

 

 

The Content Boutique – read Claire Hawes Blog post on Seven Sisters’ Spices here