Cat is a one-woman office and shop supervisor – responsible for book-keeping and supplier claims she runs a tight ship, and helps with customer problems and business development.
Rob is the owner’s husband. The standing joke is he came in to order to some carrot juice one day and left with four children. He has a long association with the shop and continues to work in the back office helping develop the business and organise the IT in-store. Aka Mr Crispy for his love of crisps.
The most recent to train as a supervisor, siona holds fort on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Friday mornings. She handles our biggest supplier, Suma and ensures that stock levels remain high and our customer service standards keep up with the wealth of produce in-store.
The founder of the honey tree, way back in 1999. The honey tree is very much Elaine’s fifth child. She still works daily preparing food each morning and remains the final word on all our adventures in-store.
Esrah has been working at the shop for over two years now and is known for her phenomenal work rate and kitchen wizardy. She single handedly ensures run a zero-waste shop and keeps up our high standards of presentation in the front of the shop. Aka ‘speedy G’ after speed Gonzales the cartoon character.
Rob and Elaine’s eldest child Gabriel has worked in-store from a young age. He now helps close up the shop on a Friday and a Saturday. A very chatty bob he enjoys serving our wide range of customers each week.
Our latest member of staff, Roisin is in charge of our social media and helps out every Saturday afternoon.
What our customers say about us …
“Great staff, so friendly and helpful” – June Donahoe
“I find the staff extremely friendly and have got loads of advice from them” – Sarah Dresser
“The shop assistants are also very kind and helpful” – Cristina Conti
“The staff are really friendly and helpful too, they always have time to listen give good advice. It’s a dead canny shop” – Rachel Kirk
“I’ve only ever had great experiences with each member of staff I’ve ever met, & not just in a generic ‘customer service’, kind of way. Much more personable than that!” – Danielle Hutchinson