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Food Allergies, Intolerances & Coeliac Disease

  This blog has been written by our Nutritionist Cara Redpath to help understand and differentiate the different types of adverse food reactions: If a food causes you harm when you eat it, this is known as an adverse food reaction. Adverse food reactions can be split into three groups: Immune-mediated food allergy Food intolerance or sensitivity Coeliac disease Within these conditions there are subgroups of different reactions depending on whether the immune system is involved in the reaction. I have written this blog to help you understand the different types of adverse food reactions and explain how they work....

Highly Commended at British Bakers

I still cannot believe that in less than a week of being shortlisted at Food Matters Live, our humble Coconut Flat Bread Rolls received Highly Commended for Gluten Free category at Britain's Best Loaf Competition by British Bakers. This year the judging had to be held with social distance and the announcement of the winner was done virtually. However, it was smoothly done; there was great communication from the team, thus, it was clear how and when submit your breads and how the virtual competition is ran. I love this video, it is fantastic to see the judges in action and true...

Shortlisted for New Product of the Year

I am absolutely delighted to share the exciting news with you that we have been shortlisted for New Product of the Year with Food Matters Live. Two years ago, I was lucky enough to receive sponsorship from Scotland Food & Drink to be able to attend the full 3 days at Food Matters Live at the Excel in London. It was amazing, I made fantastic connections and attended insightful allergies and Free From talks by the likes like UK Allergy Specialist Dr Adam Fox.  Obviously this year all had to be moved to online and virtual presentations but Food Matters...

Guest Blog: Nicole Carter on Mental Health and eating well

Hi Folks!  When Sabine asked me if I’d like to write a piece about eating well for mental health, I knew exactly what I’d say; Are you ready, because this could be bumpy! I was diagnosed Bi-polar Type 1 in 2001.  My story is a long tale, often sad, yet often demonstrates my perseverance through adversity to achieve my goals.  Without going into lots of detail, I’m sure you’ll appreciate that to be given such a serious diagnosis, I’ve pretty much been through Hell and back, several times!!  However, I’ve met a wide variety of people in my life through...

Guest blog: Thalina Houghton, Allergies In Bold

Having the confidence to inject your EpiPen is one thing, but to stand tall knowing whatever your allergies may throw at you, you have what it takes inside to overcome it, is another.   Hi, I am Thalina Houghton, I am sixteen years old and (not so surprisingly) I have multiple allergies - I won’t bore you with the long list! My first reaction took place when I was around nine/ten years old, having a kickabout with a few mates and out of nowhere, these raised lumps formed on my arms followed by the typical anaphylaxis symptoms. Following this, I...