Pop in to one of our shops for your tailored spice experience. Have a chat to our friendly and knowledgeable team and we'll help you create amazing Indian food at home. To find a stockist of our hand-made Curry Packs near you, take a look at our handy list below.
If you have a local Deli, Farm Shop or Butchers where you would like to see our mixes, please get in touch.
C Dawson & Sons was set up in Brayton in 1960 by Clifford Dawson and traded as a high class butcher with its own abattoir. Run now by third generation Dawson's, Phil and John. The business has expanded to include a bakery for breads and pies.They are also known for their excellent home cured bacons and sausages which they make to their own family recipe.
High class family butcher. Specialising in award winning pork pies and home made sausages. They also provide a hog roast hire service.
A pub with a restaurant located in Cornwall. The chef uses Rafi's Curry packs and puts the dishes on the menu.
A family run business that started by selling pet foods and animal feed, in 2001. Now, at the back there is a shop selling Homemade Chutneys, jams and cakes, and Rafi's Curry Packs.
English Bubble is an English-speaking cultural centre in southern France. Open to all nationalities and all ages, the centre offers a "taste of England".
Established over 30 years ago, Ged Bell & Son is a traditional family butcher in the Dringhouses area of York. Run by Debbie and Lee Bell, they use traditional butchery methods to ensure the highest quality and value for money for their customers.
"Food For Thought" Bakery and Delicatessen, in the small town of Haxby, North Yorkshire, is run by husband-and-wife team Phil and Tina Clayton. Since 2008, Phil has been making bread using traditional methods; no flour improvers or enhancers, and less yeast. The deli counter has a large selection of Yorkshire and continental cheeses and a variety of meats, pâtés, and antipasti.
Established in 1990, Hunters food emporium stocks and extensive range of fresh and store cupboard foods, alcoholic and soft beverages, attracting customers from well beyond the region. On the first floor, are two rooms to explore. The first offers an incredible selection of preserves, chutneys, cheese biscuits, luxury chocolates, teas and coffees. The second room is full of international foods, beautiful gift ideas, oils, vinegars, pates and complimentary crockery.
J B Meays and Son is a family-run, local butchers in North-West Leeds. The shop is currently run by three generations of the Meays family. As well as selling Rafi’s Curry Packs, they also make and sell oven-ready dishes, such as Caribbean Chicken, Stroganoff, stir frys, and marinated ribs, as well as excellent value Meat Boxes.
The Tomlinson’s have been farming at Babthorpe for over 90 years. Laura Tomlinson runs the Spuds and Berries farm shop with help from her family, and sells a wide range of locally sourced produce, including PYO strawberries and raspberries in the summer months.
The Wholefood Store open in 1998, and has now doubled in size. They aim to provide food which is ethically sourced, natural, GM free, organic and Fairtrade. They sell a wide range of products including: organic fruit, vegetables, breads, nuts, natural baby care products and eco-friendly household goods.
Wheldon's have been growing fruit (apples and pears) on their farm, in the countryside near Sudbury, Suffolk, for over 70 years. In the 1970’s they started growing soft fruit for PYO sales, and 2006 began growing their own vegetables. Alongside the Wheldon family (three generations), there is a dedicated team of employees who have amassed, over the years, a wealth of horticultural experience.
Willow Farm has been farming and serving the public since the 1950’s. Their shop provides the public and local businesses with the freshest groceries and vegetables (home grown and spray free when possible), at reasonable prices. The Farm Shop sells a range of locally sourced edible goods, wine, plants, coal and seasoned logs.
Owner and Master Butcher, David Wilson, opened in June 2001 with the grateful help of his mum who helped develop, make and bake their locally famous pork pies. Wilson’s only buy locally-reared, whole animal carcasses and run their store with a philosophy to waste as little of the animal as possible, so from nose to tail, all cuts are available, to pay full respect to the animals they use. Wilson’s also stock produce from other small local suppliers, like fresh eggs, rapeseed oil.