Edit March 2014: Sadly, I have to say that at first I had good service. Recently, however, I heard not only from others who had problems with their orders, I too am now owed money from them. At the moment I would not recommend anybody orders from them – such a shame!
Last August I wrote a blog post with the title Where can I buy German food in England. One of the comments I received was about a new website called Yummy Market At the time they still had a few teething problems, but they are now well and truly up and running, so much, that I put an order in.
Two days later all this arrived:
Everything was beautifully and securely packed, the bread and fridge items came in a cool bag and the lovely people from Yummy market told me that customers can re-use the cool pads or they can collect and return them, for which they will receive a voucher towards future shopping ( £3.00 for 5 returned pads or £7.00 for 10 returns, at their cost)
They currently have a variety of breakfast items and I can get my favourite chocolate slices for breakfast again!
They also sell one of my favourite chocolate/ nut slices: Hanuta!
I can now get ‘Zwiebelmettwurst’, specially cured and certified raw minced pork with onions …
… and Eierstich, a savoury (not sweet) egg custard that you cut up and add to soups.
Of course, I’ve got nothing against English food. On the contrary, I love it! But I must admit, I was in German food heaven
Have a look around their website. If you have unsuccessfully been looking for German food in England, I bet you’ll find it now.
PS. I’ve been told that from 01/08/2013 you can get baby food, like Alete or Hipp and from 01/09/2013 German Christmas things, too