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Whitby Wholefoods


Visit Whitby Wholefoods, a great convenience and health food store now incorporating Propagansey, located within the unique shopping streets of the famous seaport of Whitby on the fabulous Yorkshire coast.

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Ms Deb Gillanders
1 St. Ann's Lane
North Yorkshire
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Whitby Wholefoods is a long-established health-food retailer and convenience store, located on St. Ann’s Lane. You can be assured of plenty of help and a great shopping experience from the well informed staff in this pleasantly aromatic little shop that’s cosily tucked away right at the bottom of Flowergate, within  Whitby’s very own premier shopping streets area.

Whitby Wholefoods is now home to Propagansey: and is Whitby’s Go-to shop for Frangipani 5-ply wool, needles, books and patterns, as well as other artisan wools and 100% wool and hand-knitted items. We specialise in taking commissions too.

If you need organic, local or speciality foods, ethically produced bodycare products, hard-to-find ingredients or a quick snack, or simply want to chat about Ganseys, you're welcome to pop in and visit. From rice to remedies, grains to Ganseys, poppadums to popcorn and porridge - we can get you going, keep you going - and stop you going!

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Contact us on Facebook (Whitby Wholefoods or Propagansey) or call 01947 601608.


Stockists of a great range of health foods

Conveniently located within Whitby’s excellent shopping streets

Friendly, helpful and knowledgeable staff


Dietary requirement foods available

Essential oils

Lots of spices and cooking ingredients for a variety of cuisines

Store cupboard staples incl. ground rice, puy lentils, steel cut oats

Local bread, coffee, honey

Propagansey: Wools, needles, patterns and books

Map showing the location of Whitby Wholefoods


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