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Free and Easy bakes up natural cake mixes

Free-from and vegan brand Free and Easy has introduced a four-strong range of natural cake mixes. The new products are suitable for vegetarians and vegans as well as for those with intolerances or allergies to the 14 most common allergens –­­ including wheat, gluten, dairy, nuts and soya. Using coconut blossom sugar to sweeten, the […]

February 20, 2017 Continue Reading

Soupologie goes mushrooming

Free-from superfood soup brand Soupologie has introduced a Three Mushroom Broth to its range of healthy plant-based soups. The Three Mushroom Broth combines nutrient dense reishi, porcini and shitaki mushrooms with herbs and spices, and is rich in Vitamin D, giving at least 90% of your daily nutrient reference value of the sunshine vitamin. The […]

March 24, 2016 Continue Reading
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CCL ranks in International Track 200, expands operations

Nutritional ingredient supplier Cambridge Commodities Ltd (CCL) has been ranked 36th in the Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 league table shortly after moving into bigger premises. “I am so pleased that CCL has entered the International Track 200 league,” commented company MD James Stevens. “We’ve worked incredibly hard as a team over the past […]

July 15, 2015 Continue Reading
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Charity urges serious allergy sufferers to be cautious with free-from foods

The serious allergy sufferers charity, The Anaphylaxis Campaign, has highlighted the confusion consumers sometimes have over the difference foods marketed as ‘free-from’ and those carrying a ‘may contain’ label – indicating that they may be at risk of contamination from certain allergens.  To explain the differences as well as highlight some of the risks involved, […]

June 29, 2015 Continue Reading

Restrictive allergy diets leading to malnutrition in children, scientists claim

Middle-class children are increasingly at risk from malnutrition as result of being placed on restrictive allergy-diets by well-intentioned but misinformed parents. That’s the warning from the head of the controversial group Sense About Science, Tracey Brown. Speaking at the Cheltenham Science Festival last week, Brown said: “It’s a really strange phenomenon that, in the UK, […]

June 8, 2015 Continue Reading