Pillars of Hercules. However, not all the fresh produce is from Scotland, some of it regional or sourced from overseas. I was tempted to pick up a loaf of good rustic bread and some patty pan squash, but with D's mother being here we were not too sure if we'd get round to consuming it.
Earthy Food and Goods as a grocers or farmer shop in the city. A little bit like Grassroots in Glasgow or Blairmairns Farm Shop and Coffee Bothy in Stirling. Earthy Food also has a cafe. Its very much in the style of Ottolenghi big bowls overflowing with colourful and inviting salads, pulses and grains - in fact I saw a copy of 'Plenty' floating about with rave reviews from Earthy Food staff. I think if I lived in Edinburgh and was still earning a good wage, this may have been one of the places I would pick up some seasonal vegetables and make it a place for meets and eats.
Right now, a cup of cappuccino with a pretty leaf pattern is just fine. If you want to see more, the BBC had an article a little while ago about some Scottish people not being aware of the seasonality of fruit and vegetables and it was partly filmed at Earthy Food Market.