Human Food Daily Nutrition Bar
Vegan snack bar from Human Food. Contains 100% of the recommended intake of Vitamin B12 and at least 50% of
other essential vitamins and nutrients that can be difficult to obtain from a plant-based diet. Three bars available: Red Bar (Organic Goji Berries), Green Bar (Organic Spirulina) and Yellow Bar (Organic Turmeric). Human Food supplies direct to customers, so visit the website for details.
£3.30 per bar (10 bars / £33 a month subscription)
Sea Arch Premium Alcohol-Free Spirit
Inspired by the rugged coastline of Devon, Sea Arch is a a sophisticated non-alcoholic gin-alternative. Blended
and bottled in England, it contains 11 carefully selected botanicals, twice-distilled in a traditional copper pot with
spring water. The alcohol is then removed to leave behind a pure, evocative flavour that’s best enjoyed on the rocks
with a quality tonic and a slice of citrus. Gin lovers will love the unmistakable base flavour of juniper. Available online at notginltd.com and wisebartender.co.uk.
£24.95 (70cl bottle)
Pukka’s Night Time Latte
New Night Time Latte from Pukka designed to naturally
support evening relaxation and sleep. Contains a plantbased
dairy and sugar-free blend of organic oat, coconut
milk and nutty carob bean, infused with nature’s finest
night-time herbs (lavender and chamomile, ashwagandha
and nutmeg). When added to milk (we recommend
almond), the result is a smooth, creamy and warming drink
with a malty taste, hints of nutty chocolate and delicate
floral and aromatic notes. Available online from Amazon or
from Holland & Barrett stores.
£4.99 (15 servings)
Cinnamon-Spiced Cacao Super Tea
Get ready for winter with this cacao superfood infused tea with warming spices from Aduna. Packed with
serotonin-boosting cacao, each delicious sip brings you closer to the taste of Christmas. Ingredients: cacao shells (56%), cinnamon (20%), liquorice root, ginger, a hint of natural flavouring, black pepper, cloves, cardamom. Stockists include Sainsbury’s, Ocado, Whole Foods, Planet Organic, Amazon and health stores nationwide.
£4 (pack of 15)
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