Kitchen At Home is a new convenient and local way to shop.
We are a community project working to bring Norfolk producers and crafters together in one place to make your local shop so much easier!
We strive to deliver a product that is completely traceable, sustainable, ethical and most importantly LOCAL!
We ship not only to those living locally via Zedify bicycle, but we ship internationally too! So where ever you are you can take a little piece of home with you.

Meet The Team

Emily-Jane Webb



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Hi all! Thank you so much for getting involved with this awesome community project. I have lived in and around Norwich for most of my life and I am so in love with our city, its community, and the food we produce. One because I love to eat but also because I love the process of making and creating recipes!

Alexandra Booth
Team Member

A bit about me. Well, I am very arty and love to work in creative environments. I've had a very interesting and varied career, most recently working in schools as an art and science technician which if you think about it, encompasses the chemistry and craft required to prepare delicious recipes. Having been raised in a family where good quality food was never wasted, I helped to prepare foods to be preserved and stored for later use or to be given as gifts. I am so happy to be back into this role, it feels good being useful at 'Kitchen At Home'.

White Feather

The Producer in the spotlight

Welcoming a new producer to Kitchen At Home is a very exciting time. This is the marking of the expansion of our community and what we can offer to our customers, building on what we have in our remarkable city. I'm pleased to announce that we are now working alongside Norwich Mustard.


A little word from the company themselves:

Norwich Mustard, as a community-owned enterprise, aims to play its part in making Norwich a better place to live and work. We are planning to employ those furthest from the job market, helping them develop skills and experience that will help them secure jobs and rebuild their lives.

We set up a Cooperative Community Benefit Company to keep mustard production in Norwich when Unilever moved their site to elsewhere in the UK. It may sound complicated, but basically, it ensures it's owned by the people who are members and stays in Norwich. Until now, there have been just a few of us trying to get Norwich Mustard set up and running. We have been selling mustard around the county, and even further afield, but we now need more members to develop the cooperative and help take the business forward. When the membership is built up, in the spring we will be holding an AGM that all members will be invited to attend and we will be electing a Board to take the business forward and to develop the strategy already in place.


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