Monthly Archives: March 2011

Eat Natural launches sharing pack with mini sized bars

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As you may already know from my previous posts, I’m a huge fan of Eat Natural, so I thought I would share its new creation – a special sharing size pack of  20g ‘Little Bars’ made exclusively for Waitrose.

The pack includes a tasty selection of the following bars:

–       Almond, apricot and yoghurt

–       Peanuts, cranberries and milk chocolate

–       Cranberries, macadamias and dark chocolate

Harriet at Eat Natural, who created the pack, says; “At Eat Natural we work with our growers to make sure we get the very best, full-flavoured ingredients possible to go into these recipes.  When you open up one of our bars, you really get the sense that we’ve just baked them…which is pretty much how it is.  And ingredients such as dark chocolate mean that you can live a ‘little’, too.”

Little Bars are currently available in Waitrose with an RRP of £2.99.

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Out today! Newly revamped marmite breadsticks – even more marmitey!

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This is a great day for all Marmite lovers for a new version of Marmite breadsticks have gone on sale today… and they’re way more marmitey than the previous ones!

The newly improved breadstick bites are smaller in size and have a new lighter and crunchier texture, but a much more powerful hit of Marmite – whoop whoop!

Roxana Parvizi, Marmite brand manager comments: “We’re really pleased with the new recipe. It has given the breadsticks a stronger Marmitey flavour as the spread is now baked into the dough and coated onto the outer layer. We had lots of feedback that they needed more of a kick, so we hope the new recipe packs the punch that lovers crave!”

Marmite Breadstick Bites are available from stores nationwide including The co-operative and Sainsbury’s at an RRP of 69p.

Tweet Pie – charity campaign to find world’s shortest recipe

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UK cooker manufacturer Belling has launched a creative online campaign to find the world’s shortest recipes.

Each must be written in less than 140 characters and will be sourced via twitter.

The top entries, found using the hashtag #Tweetpie, will feature in a recipe book called Tweet Pie; the proceeds of which will go to FoodCycle, a charity that creates nutritious meals out of surplus food for those in need.

It’s a fab idea and a great cause, so get tweeting those recipes – please don’t forget to use the hashtag #Tweetpie.