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Holy Moly Smoky Salsa

Delicious salsa from all-natural plant-based foodie start-up, Holy Moly Dips. The company has just launched a Smoky Red Pepper and Tomato Salsa this Autumn (launched in Sainsbury’s in September), which pairs perfectly with vegan bacon sandwiches, tofu or mushroom burgers, cheese, halloumi salads – basically anything savoury. Filled with lovely, tasty natural ingredients and tastes just great.


Hullabaloo Snack Bars

Hullabaloo is a brand of family friendly caramel and rice crisp bars, which contain 50% less sugar than the average kids sweet snacks. Great for a lunchbox treat. Available in three flavours: Chocolumps, Oddberry, Caramelly. The brand was created by a single mum, Marianna Herold, who loved sharing treats with her kids but wanted to curb the sugar rush afterwards. The bars contain less than 5g of sugar (and under 100 calories) per 25g bar. Available to buy on Amazon.
£3.99 for 4 (25g) / £13.99 for 15 (25g)

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White Rabbit Aubergine Parmigiana

A new offering from the White Rabbit stable. This gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan ravioli is ready in just three minutes and makes for an amazing and speedy dinner. It’s a ravioli stuffed with succulent roasted aubergine, zingy sun-dried tomatoes and a velvety dairy alternative filling. And, coming from the White Rabbit folks, you know it’s going to taste great!
£3 (250g)


Kyoot Vegan Chocolate

Made from natural organic, gluten free, plant-based ingredients, so you can enjoy your warm and fuzzy chocolate moment without compromise, Kyoot (pronounced ‘cute’) is crafted by world-class Belgian chocolatiers using sustainably sourced cacao from small-scale farmers in the Peruvian Amazon. Comes in uber stylish recyclable paper envelopes and a compostable inner wrapper. Flavours include Original, Crunchy Salted Caramel Dark Chocolate, and Vanilla Quinoa Pops.
£2.99 per 50g bar for a pack of 12 from the website

Om Magazine

First published in November 2009, OM Yoga magazine has become the most popular yoga title in the UK. Available from all major supermarkets, independents and newsstands across the UK. Also available on all digital platforms.