This months’ box contains a combination of healthy and ethical new foods along with some classic indulgences. As always, each item reaches the high standards of tastiness that we demand of everything that we send to our loyal bunch of foodies that make up our Discovery Club subscribers.
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Dr Will is a real doctor – he wanted to find an alternative to the sugar-filled ketchups that we’re all so used to, and Dr-Will’s was born. This Beetroot Ketchup is an unexpected classic for those who want something a little different, all natural ingredients, no added sugar and, most importantly, delicious!
Passion Fruit Drink (LemonAid)
LemonAid is a lightly sparkling soft drink, made with organic, Fairtraide juices. Every bottle sold also support social projects in their farmers’ local communities, so enjoy this drink knowing that not only does it taste mighty fine it’s also doing some good in the world. Keep an eye out for LemonAid in cafe’s and deli’s across the country – and they’ll soon be launching onto the BoroughBox Marketplace.
The Department of Breakfast take breakfast very seriously. They’ve tasted and rated breakfast foods all over the world and found a lack of products that they would give their stamp of approval. So they created their own with the primary focus being your health! This granola is gluten-free, raw, paleo, vegan – and TASTY.
Simply great tea from the Eastern world, lovingly packed in the West of England by a little British company with a taste for adventure. Devonshire Tea create bespoke blends of high-grade tea from monitored estates, beautifully packaged in individually-wrapped “stitched” teabags, without glue or staples like most. This Festive Collection includes all four of their fantastic blends.
Andrew Kennard started cooking in the family business at the age of 14, some 38 years ago. His passion was always chocolate and deserts and this passion shows with all of Andrew’s chocolate creations and flavours. The chocolates use Belgium chocolate and only the best ingredients, these Peanut Butter Truffles are a real treat.
Fusing dark chocolate panned from the world’s finest cocoa beans with a touch of vanilla and cocoa butter, these double roasted, hand selected macadamia nuts are perfect for foodies who love an indulgent treat. African Sky Foods are a new family business and want their products to provide a gastronomical delight.
Spice Root has a deep connection with Ayurveda via a century old family business, based in India, and have a mission to bring healthier and better food to the conscious consumers in the western world. Flax Seeds are a rich source of Omega-3 fatty acids, and can help digestion, reduce sugar cravings and lower cholesterol. Sprinkle them in your granola or oats, in your soups and salads, or on your breads.
Little Spice is a little spice company that has a big passion for flavour. Their range of spice blends are designed to enhance the food you already make. Each blend is a labour of love, tested again and again until they have created a mix they are truly proud of. All are simple to use but taste amazing, perfect to add to soups, sauces, dips, oils, rubs, or simply to sprinkle on top of your meal.
The idea behind Hoots is to bring something quirky and fun but that doesn’t compromise on quality or taste. Given the products are baked as opposed to fried, made from a base of multigrains and mixed seeds with no added preservatives or flavours used, they stand out from the crowd with their healthier credentials. We can see why the company proudly states: ‘Why Hoots? Why Not!’
Agave Nectar Flapjack (Doves Farm)
Treat yourself to a new take on this classic snack made with creamy wholegrain oats and agave nectar. Baked in Doves Farm dedicated gluten free Wiltshire bakery that does not use gluten, milk, peanut, egg or soya, these delicious flapjacks do not contain processed crystal sugar. These flapjacks are dairy-free and use sustainable palm oil, sourced from certified Colombian farms where wildlife and habitats are protected.
That’s it for another month, we loved curating this box and hope that all of our subscribers enjoyed the food as much as we did. If you’re not already a subscriber and this post has whetted your appetite then make sure you head over to the Discovery Club website and sign up.
p.s. At BoroughBox HQ we’re flat out preparing for Christmas – we’ve got some incredible gifts that are ready to buy now, take a look at the BoroughBox Collection, you can even pre-order now for a December delivery.