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Primefood Delicatessen

62 High Street
Cowes
Isle of Wight
PO31 7RL
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We are a highly stocked, traditional delicatessen housed in a delightful Georgian property which had been a butchers since 1780 until 1998 when we opened as a delicatessen. All the original features have been retained and lovingly renovated. Our range includes home-made, organic bread, cakes, sauces, pates, pies and ready-meals, local produce, South African produce, cheese, olives, hams, prosciutto, pasta, soups, pulses, grains, flours, cereals, oils and vinegars, snacks, teas and coffees, forest mushrooms and truffles, caviar, local crab and lobster, vegetarian and gluten-free products - THE LIST GOES ON.....

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