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Dirty Dozen: The most pesticide-laden produce [plus Clean 15 list]

In an ideal world, everyone would be able to eat organic food all the time. But we understand that’s not always possible (although we’re doing everything we can to make that dream a reality!). Sometimes, organic produce is hard to find. Price, seasonality, availability, location; all of these factors can influence shopping decisions. The Dirty […]

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5 Ways with Almond Butter

You would’ve seen Almond Butter on the shelves and haven’t thought about trying it as peanut butter might be your regular. Studies consistently show that the favourable fat composition and fibre content of almonds has a cholesterol-lowering effect, even if in the context of a healthy diet. More research is needed but the science so far […]

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Degradable versus Biodegradable versus Compostable. What it actually means

This month we’re celebrating the release of our quinoa’s new compostable clothing; a transparent, triple layer, home compostable pouch! But what does home compostable mean? And how does it compare to just compost. Does it degrade? Does that make it biodegradable? There are so many terms and they all mean different things, so we thought we’d go […]

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20 REASONS YOU SHOULD BE USING APPLE CIDER VINEGAR. PLUS EASY RECIPES. 

Google apple cider vinegar and you’ll be drowning in articles singing its praises, and with good reason. Although let’s face it, it does not taste great. If you’re able to down it with water, cheers to you (and where did you get your secret powers?).

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10 Powerful Smoothie Add Ins

Getting the whole foods, clean eating thing down is one triumph you may have already concurred, but superfoods are a whole new realm. Let us introduce you these nutritional titans, or perhaps it’ll be a welcome recipe reminder for some!

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BUYING ORGANIC – BETTER FOR YOUR HEALTH, AND THE HEALTH OF THE PLANET…

The organic movement was started in 1924 by Rudolf Steiner, a scientist and philosopher who lectured on a range of topics in Germany and was seen as a progressive, forward thinker. A group of farmers in Germany had started to notice that their soil was declining year on year and they were puzzled as to […]

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