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Celebrating British Sandwich Week

Did you know that this week is British Sandwich Week?! We all love a good sandwich – whether it’s triangles in a school lunch box, or a melted cheese panini in a pub beer garden. They’re a British staple, and should rightly so be celebrated with their very own...

Fruit and Vegetables in Season for Spring

Fruit and Vegetables – Your Five a Day Eating your ‘5 A Day’ has been on everyone’s radar for a while now; we understand how important it is to get your fruit and vegetables fix to maintain a healthy diet. But did you know that eating fruit and vegetables that...

Super Foods – Cabbage

Cabbage: It will make you feel happier and healthier.  Cabbage is an amazing vegetable. Full of vitamin C, rich in fibre, iodine, Vitamin A, beta-carotene, folate, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium and sodium. There was a study carried out in the 1950’s...

Super Foods – The Year of Quinoa

2013 was named the “Year of Quinoa” by United Nations General Assembly, so let’s find out why it is so special.  Quinoa (pronounced Keen-wah) is a tiny, bead shaped grain with a bitter flavour. It is gluten free so is suitable for anyone with a gluten intolerance or...

An Orange a day keeps the doctor away

An orange comes from the citrus family along with lemons, limes and a host of others and is usually (strangely enough) orange. They are available all year round from various warm countries around the globe and are packed full of nutrition. A single orange contains...
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