Hippeas Review: March 2017
Calling all you modern hippies, now is your chance to unite – power to the peas people – Peace. Mind, body and soul these little peas are seriously good for you, organic, high in fibre, a source of protein, gluten free, vegan and no additives or preservatives. Environmentally friendly, these peas do their share, as they naturally release nitrogen back into the earth as they grow, Man that is cool stuff! The Hippeas brand also show community spirit and spread the love with the ‘Peas, love and giving back’ scheme that supports the charity – Farm Africa, who work with farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa to help them become self-sufficient, allowing them to grow their way out of poverty.
Pic’s Peanut Butter Review: March 2017
Nelson in New Zealand is the birth place of the perfect Pic’s Peanut Butter. Pic began his peanut butter production in his garage selling these jars of deliciousness at his local farmers market every Friday afternoon. Sales booming, Pic needed to expand his operation, so relocated into larger premises. Then in 2007 Pic discovered Greg Bain’s the premium nut broker, 25 kilo bags of blanched Australian peanuts later and a lot of hard work, has seen the Pic’s brand continue to see massive global growth ever since.
Excited that my Blog is 1 year old!! Happy Birthday 🙂 On this very same date one year ago, I set out on my blogging journey and published my first post.
Throughout the year, I have been luck to collaborate with some fantastic brands, gained some fab followers and have made friends within the brilliant blogging community.
Thank you to all of you for your support. Happy Birthday to my blog, grab a slice of cake and lets rise a glass and say cheers to another year of Blogging for us all 🙂
Fen Spirits Toffee Vodka Review: March 2017
Family run Fenlands spirits venture all over the country showing of their wares at country shows, music festivals, food and drinks festivals and much more! They create and produce a range of innovative and exciting flavoured alcoholic drinks. All lovingly made by hand at their home in the heart of the Fen with each bottle being waxed and stamped with their ‘F’ seal of approval.
Urban Fruit Review: March 2017
Hayley started out as a personal trainer and identified peoples struggle to avoid unhealthy snacking during a busy working day. Noticing that the mid-afternoon slump, meant snack cravings were common amongst the masses, Hayley saw an opportunity to make the day a little fruitier.
Hayley spent hours in the kitchen creating her fruity dream and Urban fruit was born. No refined sugars, concentrates or sulphates these super fruity snacks are Hayley’s healthy alternative to the caloric sugar fueled snack market.
Boost Ball Review: March 2017
A box crammed with the whole Boost Ball family landed on my doorstep – Boom! ‘Less ingredients, more protein’ is the company mantra. Making their balls with just 7 natural ingredients, that contain only natural sugars and are raw pressed, which means no baking or refining. Providing a rich source and a wide variety of vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin A, B, E, B12, Calcium, Iron and Zinc, these balls clearly mean business. I was ready for some serious ball boosting!
Be At One Manchester Review: March 2017
Roll back to the 90’s when Steve, Leigh and Rhys met while working together in the West End of London. Bravely going for broke, they left their jobs, got several loans and bought a run down Indian restaurant on Battersea Rise. Seven weeks later and after a serious refurb the Be At One cocktail bar was born.