www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk NP NEWS | The online home of Natural Products magazine Fri, 20 Jan 2017 12:16:29 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Major new store opening for Liverpool http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/major-new-store-opening-for-liverpool/ http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/major-new-store-opening-for-liverpool/#respond Thu, 19 Jan 2017 16:36:19 +0000 http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/?p=26956 A 10,000sqft organic and natural food store will open in Bold Street, Liverpool in March.

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A 10,000sqft organic and natural food store will open in Bold Street, Liverpool in March.

LIV will be the first store opened by online retailer Healthy Foods Online as part of its plans to create a national chain of stores.

The store will mainly focus on natural organic food with fresh fruit and vegetables, frozen meat and fish, a spice and bulk purchase area, as well as a bakery and cheese counter. Nutritional supplements and beauty products will be stocked and a 50-seat café – LIV Eatery – will also sit within the store.

“The perception is that people in Liverpool aren’t interested in healthy food, but it’s not the case,” says Ashleigh Coleman, Healthy Foods Online marketing executive. “They haven’t had access and that’s why we’ve chosen a site right in the middle of the city centre.”

LIV shopThe site – Radiant House – was formerly The Liverpool Gas Company headquarters, although more recently it has been the site of both Argos and HMV stores. “From plush green marble flooring to impressive pillars that dominate the shopping area, LIV will revive a part of Liverpool’s entrepreneurial history,” says Coleman.

Once renovated the store will also feature wooden shelving, an olive green colour palette and a large mural showing the Liverpool skyline.

The company is committed to ethical and philanthropic activities that benefit the local community. It is partnering with Liverpool City Council’s recycling department to promote recycling. Plans include educating the public, students and local community on all forms of recycling including ‘upcycling’.

Shopping bags made out of compostable PBAT and plant-based PLA will be available in store and all ‘Food-to-Go’ packaging will be either recyclable, biodegradable, compostable or reusable.

Healthy Foods Online is already a partner of the Liverpool-based Homeless Games – an initiative to help those who have experienced homelessness or social exclusion through sport and companionship. LIV will continue this link by making regular food donations to local homeless charity, The Whitechapel Centre.

“We plan to be really involved with the community and use this model for any future stores,” says Coleman. “We are really focused on ethics and community and we will listen to what the local community want.”

According to Coleman, there are definitely plans to open more stores across the UK, although the pace of expansion is not yet certain.

Visit: www.healthyfoods-online.com and #LoveLifeAtLIV

 

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Nush creates nut milk yoghurts http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/nush-creates-nut-milk-yoghurts/ http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/nush-creates-nut-milk-yoghurts/#respond Thu, 19 Jan 2017 14:00:38 +0000 http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/?p=26951 Artisan British brand Nush has produced a unique range of dairy- and soya-free yoghurts using 95% almond milk.

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Artisan British brand Nush has produced a unique range of dairy- and soya-free yoghurts using 95% almond milk.

Created using Sicilian avola almonds blended with filtered water and vegan probiotic cultures, the yoghurts are all-natural and come in four flavours: Natural, Blueberry, Peach Melba and Caramel & Hibiscus.

The avola variety of almonds are sustainably grown, says Nush, with less water used in the cultivation process than the Californian type, and no pesticides or fertilizers are used.

The yoghurts are produced at the company’s UK premises using the same traditional methods as dairy yoghurts.

 

 

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My Natural Smile launches with online store http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/natural-smile-launches-online/ http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/natural-smile-launches-online/#respond Wed, 18 Jan 2017 14:33:17 +0000 http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/?p=26940 New London start-up My Natural Smile has launched its online store offering natural and organic oral healthcare products for both adults and children.

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New London start-up My Natural Smile has launched its online store offering natural and organic oral healthcare products for both adults and children.

Offering a selection of natural brands, including Ecodenta, Dr Brite, Himalaya, R.O.C.S and Splat, the products include toothpastes, charcoal teeth whitening and organic oral foam.

The brands use all-natural ingredients such as pomegranate, papaya, mint oil, rosemary extract and thyme, with no harsh alcohol or chemicals.

Company founder Zak Smith told NPN that the idea for the site came from visiting some organic fairs. “I came across some of these brands, fell in love with their stories and what they are trying to achieve, and felt they didn’t have an appropriate voice in the UK. These sorts of products are huge in Australia and certainly on the West Coast of America, and I felt that there needed to be a greater consciousness of just what natural and organic oral healthcare products can bring.

“Given my background of business development within a dental group, I felt we had an opportunity to bring these products to market and tell the story in a different way. I really think there’s a space in the marketplace for these kind of products.”

The products on the website are all endorsed by UK dental group Avsan.

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Pukka founder turns herbal tea recipes into coffee table book http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/pukka-founder-turns-herbal-tea-recipes-coffee-table-book/ http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/pukka-founder-turns-herbal-tea-recipes-coffee-table-book/#respond Wed, 18 Jan 2017 14:17:14 +0000 http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/?p=26934 A beautifully illustrated new book by Pukka Herbs co-founder and herbalist, Sebastian Pole, has just been published.

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A beautifully illustrated new book by Pukka Herbs co-founder and herbalist, Sebastian Pole, has just been published.

Cleanse Nurture Restore with Herbal Tea brings together 70 herbal tea recipes using dried and fresh herbs and nature’s finest ingredients for health, wellbeing and flavour.

The book breaks down the benefits of each herb and ingredient, with invaluable advice on the art of making herbal tea to suit each person’s needs – from helping sleep and supporting to rebooting energy levels. The book also includes a glossary of ailments and elixirs that provide natural support for the whole family. Herbal blends are gathered under the categories Cleanse & Detox; Nourish & Digest; Energise & Rejuvenate; Defend & Protect; Peace & Harmony; Joy & Happiness, and more.

Sebastian Pole says: “Cleanse, Nurture, Restore with Herbal Tea is filled with tempting recipes brimming with nature’s healing powers. Beautiful to look at, easy to make and delicious to drink, each herbal tea infusion harnesses the health-giving brilliance of our botanical kingdom.”

Cleanse Nurture Restore with Herbal Tea is published by Frances Lincoln at £20.00.

 

 

 

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PHROOTI launches fruit-infused waters http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/phrooti-launches-zero-sugar-fruit-infused-waters/ http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/phrooti-launches-zero-sugar-fruit-infused-waters/#respond Wed, 18 Jan 2017 13:47:24 +0000 http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/?p=26903 Sheffield-based brand PHROOTI has launched a range of glass-bottled fruit-infused waters that are 100% natural and contain zero sugars.

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Sheffield-based brand PHROOTI has launched a range of glass-bottled fruit-infused waters that are 100% natural and contain zero sugars.

Using real fruit, fresh filtered water and a touch of lemon juice and natural flavouring, the company says that the production process locks in the fruity flavour while ‘kicking out’ the sugar, including naturally occurring sugars.

The drinks are available in two varieties: Raspberries & Strawberries and Blackcurrants, Blackberries & Blueberries, each containing as little as 15 calories per bottle.

“As a consumer of soft drinks I’d become fed up with the options out there which were all: sugar and sweetener-laden, so-called ‘low sugar’ drinks,” explains brand founder Jerôme Jacob. “I felt the market needed something new that was delicious, natural and fruity, which is why I’ve invented PHROOTI. This is a totally unique range of drinks that are zero sugars and taste delicious.”

PHROOTI has partnered with Plantlife to help regenerate British wildflower meadows and is poised to adopt an acre of wildflower meadows at Deep Dale in the Peak District.

PHROOTI is sponsoring the amateur cycling team Team B38-Underpin Racing in the 2017 season.

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Ethical supermarket hiSbe closes in on second Brighton store http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/hisbe-closes-second-brighton-store/ http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/hisbe-closes-second-brighton-store/#respond Wed, 18 Jan 2017 10:47:22 +0000 http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/?p=26918 Brighton-based ethical supermarket hiSbe is close to securing a second store site in the city.

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Brighton-based ethical supermarket hiSbe is close to securing a second store site, in the city’s Kemptown area.

HiSbe, which operates as a social enterprise, has made an offer for a former Tesco store.

HiSbe says it needs £190,000 to cover all the costs of opening its second store.

In late December it staged a crowd-funding event aimed at ensuring that the business is “investment ready” for the next stage of development. Earlier in the year it had lined up financial backing in the form of match-funding from two big social business funders, CIVA and UnLtd.

When hiSbe reaches £85,000 in crowd-funding, UnLtd will give the business a £20,000 grant and CIVA (the Centre for Innovation in Voluntary Action) will make an £85,000 loan.

With crowd-funding pledges already at £64,000 co-founder Ruth Anslow is confident hiSbe will hit its target. “First we need to secure the site, to keep the chains out. But the minute we pass £85k, we’re off!”.

Commenting on the December event, Anslow told NPN: “We had a really good turnout and there was a celebratory, party atmosphere. We updated people on where we’d come from – and we asked them if they were up for doing the same thing again. We had some really great talks from some of local suppliers, for example a local pig farmer and a dairy producer. The dairy lady gave a really quite emotional talk, explaining how a second hiSbe store would allow her to extend her herd and rescue cows from life in an intensive dairy.”

Around 40% of hiSbe’s suppliers are local (in this case meaning Sussex). A second store will offer the opportunity to double their sales, says Anslow. “This is an ideal way for smaller suppliers to grow, store by store. For us it’s all about keeping 50p in every pound spent, in Sussex. With regular supermarkets just 5p stays in the local economy. We’re also ensuring that 68p in every £1 spent in store goes to the supplier.”

Anslow adds: “We’d like to get the keys to the new store in our hands by the end of March. Then we’re looking probably at a ten-week period to get the store ready for opening. We want to capture everything that makes this store work and replicate it.”

“Over the next five years we want to build a local chain in Brighton, Hove and Shoreham”

She describes hiSbe as “more mainstream” than traditional wholefood and health food retailers. “We’re all about bringing good ethics to supermarket retailing and challenging the food system. And we’re ambitious about making a bigger impact. Over the next five years we want to build a local chain in Brighton, Hove and Shoreham, and then we’ll start looking at other parts of the country.”

So what is it that hiSbe’s growing ranks of customers like about the store? “People generally talk first about the friendly staff and the vibe, then it’s the range and ethics, the prices – ‘it’s cheaper than we thought’ – and our eco-friendly values following on from that.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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New US guidelines on peanut allergy http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/new-us-guidelines-peanut-allergy/ http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/new-us-guidelines-peanut-allergy/#respond Tue, 17 Jan 2017 16:58:20 +0000 http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/?p=26907 Babies without eczema or egg allergies, should be introduced to peanut-containing foods alongside other solid foods according to new clinical guidelines from an expert panel sponsored by the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). The guidance is aimed at aid health care providers and was prompted by emerging evidence that eating peanut-containing foods […]

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Babies without eczema or egg allergies, should be introduced to peanut-containing foods alongside other solid foods according to new clinical guidelines from an expert panel sponsored by the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).

The guidance is aimed at aid health care providers and was prompted by emerging evidence that eating peanut-containing foods at early age can help reduce the likelihood of developing a peanut allergy.

It is evidence from the Learning Early About Peanut Allergy (LEAP) study in particular that has led the development of these guidelines. The randomized clinical trial involved more than 600 children and showed that peanut consumption begun in infancy and continued until five years of age led to an 81% reduction in development of peanut allergy in children deemed at high risk because they already had severe eczema, egg allergy or both.

“The LEAP study clearly showed that introduction of peanut early in life significantly lowered the risk of developing peanut allergy by age five. The magnitude of the benefit and the scientific strength of the study raised the need to operationalize these findings by developing clinical recommendations focused on peanut allergy prevention,” said Daniel Rotrosen, MD, director of NIAID’s Division of Allergy, Immunology and Transplantation.

There are three separate guidelines:

  • For children without eczema or any food allergy have peanut-containing foods freely introduced into their diets together with other solid foods.
  • For children with mild or moderate eczema should have peanut-containing foods introduced into their diets around six months of age to reduce the risk of peanut allergy.
  • For children deemed at high risk of developing peanut allergy because they already have severe eczema, egg allergy or both, the expert panel recommends they should have peanut-containing foods introduced into their diets as early as four to six months of age but advice that parents and caregivers should check with their child’s health care provider doing so. The health care provider may choose to perform an allergy test before deciding if and how peanut should be safely introduced into the child’s diet.

In all cases, children should start other solid foods before they are introduced to peanut-containing foods.

In the UK, the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SCAN), which advises Public Health England and the NHS, is currently reviewing advice on peanuts as part of a wide ranging report on child nutrition and is due to report this summer. It is widely expected to produce similar advice especially given recommendations made by the Food Standards Agency’s Committee on Toxicity last year that the ‘deliberate exclusion or delayed introduction of specific allergenic foods may increase the risk of allergy to the same foods’.

Visit: www.nih.gov

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Divine reveals Easter collection http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/divine-reveals-easter-collection/ http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/divine-reveals-easter-collection/#respond Tue, 17 Jan 2017 15:23:07 +0000 http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/?p=26900 Divine has unveiled its Easter collection, incorporating the UK’s first popcorn egg, the result of a collaboration with gourmet popcorn brand Joe & Seph’s.

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Fairtrade chocolate company Divine has unveiled its Easter collection, incorporating what it says is the UK’s first popcorn egg, the result of a collaboration with gourmet popcorn brand Joe & Seph’s.

The Divine and Joe & Seph’s Milk Chocolate Gourmet Popcorn Egg combines milk chocolate with salted caramel popcorn embedded into a shell containing two snack-sized popcorn packets.

Also new for this year is the Divine Luxury 70% Dark Egg with Divine Chocolate Tasting Set, presenting a rich, thick chocolate shell along with a box of 12 mini bars in six different flavours.

The final new offer – the Shaun the Sheep Chocolate Lolly – is the only official Shaun the Sheep chocolate available in the UK. The smooth milk chocolate lolly has creamy white chocolate decoration.

To complete the collection are the perennial favourites: Divine Luxury Milk Chocolate Egg; Chocolate Flavoured Eggs; Chocolate Small Hollow Easter Eggs; and Chocolate Mini Eggs.

“There’s a big opportunity to trade shoppers up to luxury products in Easter 2017, due to a longer shopping season and in line with the ongoing trend towards premium chocolate options,” explains Charlotte Green, marketing director at Divine Chocolate. “The chocolate you buy for someone else says something about you, so shoppers are looking for high quality, elegant gifts that will impress and with ethical credentials to show they care too. We’re confident Divine’s Easter 2017 range will give shoppers the luxurious treats they can feel good about giving as well as providing delicious products for gifting and sharing occasions.”

Divine is also launching a limited edition design this spring to celebrate women cocoa farmers. The chocolate bar wrapper will feature an illustration of a woman cocoa farmer and the stories of eight inspiring women, including Juliet and Fatima, the current president of Kuapa, now the largest cocoa growers’ co-op in the world. The Gender Equality icon will also be included inside the wrapper.

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New retail offer from Squeeze Wheatgrass http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/new-retail-offer-squeeze-wheatgrass/ http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/new-retail-offer-squeeze-wheatgrass/#respond Tue, 17 Jan 2017 15:09:59 +0000 http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/?p=26897 Having sold its wheatgrass shots online for a number of years, Squeeze Wheatgrass has now launched a retail brand, Wild Power Wheatgrass.

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Having sold its wheatgrass shots online for a number of years, Northern Irish company Squeeze Wheatgrass has now launched a retail brand, Wild Power Wheatgrass.

The Wild Power Wheatgrass shots include Pure (30ml wheatgrass shot); Fuel (60ml wheatgrass with beetroot and blackcurrant); Awaken (60ml wheatgrass with apple and pear); and Refresh (60ml wheatgrass with orange and lemon).

The shots are 100% natural, cold-pressed to retain essential nutrients and enzymes, and have a six-week shelf life.

The company says that it grows the wheatgrass without soil, feeding the plant directly through the roots for a cleaner grass, removing the risk of soil borne bacteria and producing a much sweeter juice as it can be cut closer to the root.

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Let bodily fluids and solids (and food) be thy medicine http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/let-bodily-fluids-solids-food-thy-medicine/ http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/let-bodily-fluids-solids-food-thy-medicine/#respond Tue, 17 Jan 2017 13:18:12 +0000 http://www.naturalproductsonline.co.uk/?p=26888 Craig Sams imagines the health farms of the future where ‘super healthy’ humans are raised. Until just over a decade ago the missus and I would go to Shrubland Hall Health Clinic up in Suffolk, where we’d enjoy vegetarian food, bracing country walks, massage, pilates and other healthful activities and return refreshed and invigorated. They […]

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Craig Sams imagines the health farms of the future where ‘super healthy’ humans are raised.

Until just over a decade ago the missus and I would go to Shrubland Hall Health Clinic up in Suffolk, where we’d enjoy vegetarian food, bracing country walks, massage, pilates and other healthful activities and return refreshed and invigorated. They closed in 2006 and more recently we go to Amchara in Somerset, which offers a vegetable juice fast, yoga, massage and colonics. Amchara are big on probiotics, which you have, with psyllium, with every liquid ‘meal.’ Their therapy is designed to break your bad dietary habits and restore your gut flora. But is this enough? What if your gut flora are too degraded to be restored? What if candida or other ‘bad bugs’ are in control? What if the ‘good bugs’ have been wiped out and can’t re-establish?

The average kid has 17 courses of antibiotics before they reach maturity. Doctors carelessly prescribe them to adults too for minor problems like runny noses or tummyache, problems that could be cured by a day or two of bed rest or fasting. Antibiotics destroy your gut flora. So do steroids, some vaccines, stress, alcohol and low fibre diet. The resulting gut dysbiosis is associated with colitis, IBS, multiple sclerosis,autism,anorexia, depression, OCD, migraines and Parkinson’s disease.

A particular dangerous side effect of taking antibiotics is Clostridium difficile. It’s a disease that was practically unknown until the advent of antibiotics. Now 30,000 Americans a year die from it and about 5000 in the UK. Clostridium takes over your gut flora after the 10,000 different bacteria, fungi and archaea in your gut are wiped out by a dose of antibiotics. Some of the good bugs survive, mainly by hiding in your appendix until the antibiotics are stopped. Then they can try to combat the Clostridium. If they fail the triumphant Clostridium leads to diarrhea, abdominal pain and in about 6% of cases, death. The conventional cure is more and stronger antibiotics. This works in about 25% of the cases but has a 50% relapse rate. There is another cure that has a 90% success rate, though. That’s faecal transplantation, also known as stool transplantation. It works for colitis, IBS, candida and other gut diseases, not just Clostridium. Only one hospital in Britain offers it as it’s a bit complicated. First you have to find a ‘donor.’ This is a person who has a completely healthy gut flora with no traces of infectious diseases such as AIDS or malaria. These aren’t easy to find. What’s more, faecal transplantation is a messier business than popping pills. A typical treatment programme would require 10 days of daily transplantation. But when it is done properly it can prevent a lifetime of misery and pain.

What about other person-to-person transfers from the healthy to the unwell? At the Society for Neuroscience convention in November 2016 researchers reported on trials that show an injection of blood from a young healthy person can reverse Alzheimer’s and senile dementia, improve cognition and strengthen the heart and liver.

“Could the health farms of the future be real farms? Farms where the farmer is raising healthy humans? What a lovely way to make a living if you’re the one being farmed”

Could the health farms of the future be real farms? Farms where the farmer is raising healthy humans? What a lovely way to make a living if you’re the one being farmed. All you have to do is live in a stress-free and happy environment, eat a balanced diet of organic food, avoid antibiotics, alcohol and risky sex and earn your living by providing a ‘donation’ 2 or 3 times a day. Sure beats mining coal or driving a mini cab.

Imagine: “Welcome to Poucura Health Clinic, Mrs. Jones. We have diagnosed your problem and advise that your donor is Marlene, an extremely fit young woman who has a 100% success rate in curing Clostridium difficile in her donatees. You will stay with us for 10 days and have 2 treatments a day. If you are having forgetfulness issues (we note that you are in your mid 60s and missed an earlier appointment) we can also provide you with a memory-enhancing transfusion from Arthur, whose IQ of 155 reflects his mental acuity. Your diet during your stay will include high-fibre foods, probiotics and inulin to help accelerate the repopulation of your gut with immune-boosting flora.”

Exchanging bodily fluids has been a big no-no and the years of AIDS have made everyone even more cautious. But the war against diseases of modern diet is being lost and doctors are running out of weapons. Hippocrates, the father of medicine, said “all disease begins in the gut, ” adding “let food be your medicine and your medicine be your food.” To fast track this we can pay people to be really healthy and then let their bodily fluids and solids be our medicine, along with food. Cures like this only last if they are followed by lifestyle changes. But it’s a lot easier to change your lifestyle when the gut flora that are telling your brain what to eat are the good ones that are always urging healthy choices.

 

 

 

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