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What is Acai Berry Powder?

The acai berry grows from the acai palm, native to the Amazon region in South America. It has been used by Amazonians for centuries, but it is only in recent years that it has gained its global reputation. The acai berry is known for its antioxidant content, due to its exceptionally high ORAC score, which … Read More

An Oriental touch for any dish and any diet from Clearspring

For an organic and gluten free option that adds an Asian touch to any dish, look no further than the NEW 100% Brown Rice Noodles from Clearspring. Healthy and easy to cook, these wholegrain noodles are made using traditional production methods and the highest quality organic brown rice to produce smooth and filling gluten free … Read More

What is Raw Bee Pollen?

All Green Origins Raw Bee Pollen is collected from bees that are carefully looked after and it is produced to ecological standards with no use of agro-chemicals. It is polyfloral, which means it has been collected from different flower types. Green Origins Raw Bee Pollen is polyfloral (collected from hives where bees forage over a … Read More

Feeling Fruity? Reach for a squeezy!

Clearspring 100% Fruit on the Go is a range of tantalisingly tasty fruit puree squeezies. Healthy snacking has never been so easy! Available in three refreshing favours – Apple & Mango, Pear and Apple & Blueberry – the new 100% Fruit on the Go squeezies are the perfect on the go snack for children and … Read More

What is Chlorella Powder?

Chlorella is believed to be one of the oldest foods on earth and it is one of the most heavily researched foods on the planet today. The Russians used chlorella to help protect people against the effects of radiation after the Chernobyl disaster. Chlorella is blue-green algae that is produced by photosynthesis, the natural process … Read More

5 Feel-Good Reasons to Try Pulses Today

From lentils and chickpeas to dry beans and peas, pulses are the planet-friendly superfood you’ve been waiting for. Packed with protein and boasting endless nutritional health benefits, these sustainably sourced legumes are as good for you as they are for the planet. When enjoyed in everyday recipes, pulses pack a nutritional punch you’ll be glad … Read More

Have you ever heard of Amazake?

Organic Sweet Grains Dessert or ‘Amazake’ as it is called in Japan. Using time honoured production processes just 3 simple organic ingredients – water, whole grains and a pinch of salt undergo true alchemy to produce this thick, creamy, dairy free traditional Japanese dessert. Literally translated as “sweet sake” a koji culture converts the carbohydrates … Read More

Barley Cup: The natural alternative to coffee

Made only from wholesome roasted barley, rye and chicory, Barley Cup is a range of instant hot drinks that are free-from caffeine and artificial additives. In addition Barley Cup drinks are also gluten free and certified gluten free. Barley Cup is made from barley, rye and chicory, and it may surprise you to find that … Read More

How many meals a day should you be eating?

If you’ve been trying to take care of your health, then you have surely come across the information, ‘eating 5-6 smaller meals a day is the best way to lose weight and eat healthily’. This claim is linked to the idea that healthy snacks keep the metabolism humming throughout the day, staves off hunger and … Read More

10 Health Benefits of Miso

We all know how versatile a jar of miso paste can be. It can instantly transform a multitude of everyday dishes; try adding a spoonful to your next spaghetti Bolognese, or add to your salad dressing for an extra kick. Not forgetting how it can be enjoyed in its most classic of forms: a quick, … Read More

Why Turmeric?

No wonder we have gone crazy for Turmeric, the health benefits are just as vibrant as its colour. Turmeric includes an excellent amount of manganese, iron and consists of anti-inflammatory properties. Additionally, the antioxidant that gives turmeric its golden colour, curcumin, is helpful for maintaining cellular health and overall mental and physical well being. It … Read More

Have you heard of Freekeh?

Freekeh, the ancient traditional green wheat of Palestine is the new hot super grain! Unlike many other types of Freekeh, this grain is harvested when the grain is very young and green, and then prepared to authentic traditions: flame roasted, sun dried and crushed. Flame roasting gives it the smoky flavour, so it’s more flavourful, … Read More

Why eating more vegetables is good for the environment

FILET mignon commands a princely sum on many restaurant menus. But bill-payers may not realise its true cost to the planet. Meat provides 17% of global calorific intake, but it requires a disproportionate amount of water and feed. And more land is given over to grazing animals than for any other single purpose. Overall the … Read More

Green Origins Organic Raw Bee Pollen

What is Raw Bee Pollen? All Green Origins Raw Bee Pollen is collected from bees that are carefully looked after and it is produced to ecological standards with no use of agro-chemicals. It is polyfloral, which means it has been collected from different flower types. Green Origins Raw Bee Pollen is polyfloral (collected from hives … Read More

What’s Aloe Vera used for?

Aloe vera has long been used for its anti-inflammatory properties to help soothe skin conditions, wounds and infections but it is increasingly being incorporated as a natural beauty and body care ingredient for its hydration and antioxidant benefits. Aloe Vera also has numerous well-proven benefits when consumed in the form of a juice, tea or … Read More

How to store Good Earth’s Rice and Wholegrains?

Ever wondered how to avoid insects invading your favorite packet of rice and grains? Here’s some advice which we recommend as rules of thumb: – Always buy from shops that rotate their products frequently – Once opened store in rigid containers with good seals – Always make sure that your containers are clean and dry … Read More

Where do Good Earth Californian Raisins come from?

Californian Raisins are essentially dried grapes of the Vitis vinifera. They are naturally seedless and are typically dried by the sun, whether it’s on paper trays or dried on the vine. They come all the way from growers in the central San Joaquin Valley in California. Once harvested, these grapes are left to dry naturally … Read More

Too hot to cook survival guide

Temperatures are rising and the idea of staying in front of a hob for more than a split second daunts you? Fear not, here is a guide to our quick cooking grains that will have you sitting down to eat in a cool place in no time at all. At a glance: 10 minutes or … Read More

Eat Yourself Healthy

  Clearspring has always focused on developing new innovative organic foods which combine tradition with convenience, economical production with ecological sustainability and quality without compromise. The Quick Cook Organic is a marriage between convenience and nourishment. The combination of cereals, peas and lentils are designed to provide a delicious yet healthy addition to any meal. … Read More