Nim’s Crisps Review: March 2017
Nim’s now the official partners of Change for Life were founded in 2012 by, entrepreneurial café owner and mum, Nimisha Raja. Manufactured here in the UK using a unique air-drying process, these innovative crisps have no added additives or preservatives and are a fresh healthy alternative to the fat fueled snacks that currently bombard the market in their masses.
Chewymoon box review: March 2017
Covent garden London is the HQ of the Chewymoon box. Ethics, ethics, ethics is central to the brands ethos. The founders are four friends Verena, Laurence, Nick and Lijo who are all parents and understand how crucial nutrition is for children’s well-being. Chewymoon’s core focus is to change the way that children snack. Chewymoon also support Great Ormond Street Hospital, (GOSH), a cause close to my heart, by providing free snack boxes for kids and donating a portion of their profits from every box sold.
Friday Fame Again! Excited to see my pancake day tweet, that featured my home baked fruity pancakes, flipping liked by none other than the GB Short Track Speed Skater Charlotte Gilmartin! An Olympic approval just hope she thinks my pancakes were worth a gold medal.
Eden’s Semilla Oil Review: March 2017
Born in the USA Eden’s Semilla wanted to create a range of oils that supported healthy hair, skin and nails. Geographically located near to South America is how the Eden’s Semilla name was formed. “Semilla” means “Seed” in Spanish and came about due to a demand for the Rosa Mosqueta variety of Rosehip Seed that is found in the Andean regions of South America and now used in Eden’s Oil.