Front of shop. Stone building with green window shutters

‘A haven amongst the bustle’ 

The Old Printhouse is the home of Sprout Health Foods. This 150 year old Cornish beauty has had many inhabitants, and seen a variety of customers (just ask one of the team), whilst we like to believe the Sprout Health Foods cafe and shop is the perfect fit.

Where else can you peruse a diverse range of goods, hard to find ingredients, herbal remedies and locally made Cornish produce whilst waiting for your favourite locally roasted coffee and homecooked hot-pot.

Daily super salad - Orange infused buckwheat
Lunch and turmeric lattes on a cafe table

Opening Hours

Health Food Shop – Tuesday to Saturday – 10am to 5pm.

Courtyard Cafe – Tuesday to Saturday – 10am to 4pm.

Sprout Health Foods – The Old Printhouse, Crescent Lane, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 1FZ

You can call 01637 875845 between 10am and 5pm Tuesday to Saturday.

Email us on and we’ll get back to you ASAP.

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