Nut Free Chocolate People Review: September 2017
Founded in 2012, the Nut Free Chocolate people, is a family run organisation with one aim to produce safe chocolate for people with tree nut and peanut allergies. Both Belgian chocolate or Ecuadorian chocolate which is soya free is used to create their chocolatey treats. Also, they use natural flavourings and ingredients wherever they can. Handmade in small batches ensures a high-quality product and finish. Environmentally aware, where possible, the brand source biodegradable and recyclable products.
Goodie Chocolate Review: July 2017
Inspired by Finland’s core values of well-being, transparency and sustainability, Jukka Peltola founded Goodio in 2015 with one core question, “What if there was a food brand you could trust?”. Avoiding any of the sugar laden nasties, Goodio instead uses both nutritious and organic ingredients, such as raw cacao, to create a range of innovative and unique flavour combinations. Goodio have created quality vegan chocolate bars, with ethical principles and have now expanded into three continents and 5 countries including; Finland, Sweden, UK, USA and Hong Kong.
CHOC Chick Review: June 2017
CHOC Chick Founder Galia Orme’s, early childhood memories of making and eating chocolate in South America, have taken her on a passionate journey creating the CHOC Chick brand, that focuses on promoting a pure chocolate in its raw state, for everyone to enjoy. CHOC Chick’s yummy easy-to-use homemade chocolate kits contain raw cacao considered a “super food”, are gluten free, dairy free and have a low glycemic index. Also, CHOC Chick is soil association organic certified and their ingredients are free from dairy, soya and gluten.
Supertreats Carob Chocolate Bar review: June 2017
Brand founder Virpi, developed the Supertreats bars, as a few years after the birth of her son, Virpi was reaching out for a quick sugar fix in order to counter the tiredness of becoming a new parent. However, Virpi increasingly found that snacking on these quick fix sugar loaded treats, made her suffer from headaches, feel lethargic, unable to concentrate, and at times feel slightly depressed. Hence, Vipri’s journey began and the Supertreats carob chocolate bar was born.
Cut the caffeine, ditch the sugar rush and let your true energy shine is the Supertreats moto.
bakerdays letterbox cake review: June 2017
Situated on the outskirts of Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire is the brilliant bakerdays. Founded by Andrea Guzyova and greeting card entrepreneur Alan Hawkes, part of their crafty cake empire is to send out letterbox gift cakes, by next day delivery, across the United Kingdom.
Surprisingly, the cake does actually fit through the letterbox and makes a perfect personalised gift, as like mine, your business logo or brand can be professionally printed to high quality speck onto the actual cake, by bakerdays talented designers.
Freedom Japanese Market Review: June 2017
A family saw a gap in the market, when their friends who had moved away from Japan could not find the same high quality of Japanese snacks in their own country. During a family holiday in the U.S, they noticed that the international stores stocked snacks, but they were either dangerously close to their sell by dates or not even of Japanese origin. With this in mind, the family went away and set up family run Freedom Japanese Market, with a determined mission to deliver quality Japanese to the world.
Mallow and Marsh Review: June 2017
Mouth-watering Mallow and Marsh was launched off hard work and just £250! Exciting, exploding, exquisite tasting yumminess is what this brilliant brand are about. Their creative culinary creations have been invented through many dedicated hours of experimenting with unique and interesting flavour combinations. Introducing a range of innovative, light, creamy lushness, these Marsh mellows are not just your standard munchies.