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New Suma website launched

Submitted by on December 16, 2009 – 6:07 pm11 Comments


Welcome to our new website

The website you are now looking at is the third version of and we hope you’ll find it a big improvement on our last site.

The new site was built in house, by Amy, one of our members. She used wordpress, an open source CMS system which allows many people to contribute to it’s content, without needing to know web page programming languages. So you should find a lot more information on this site, and interesting articles posted by a trained pool of Suma workers. We’ve also designed the site so that you, the reader, can submit your own articles for publication on our site. Visit the submit a story feature to find out how.

We have separated our web content in to 5 main areas, Brand, Recipes, Ethics, News and Cooperation. You’ll find delicious vegetarian and vegan recipes from our canteen for you to try at home, news and information on our own brand range of Suma products, and articles about topics which relate closely to the core values of our business, and what is involved in running an ethical, workers’ cooperative.

We hope you’ll take the time to visit this site regularly, and contribute either by submitting a story, or leaving comments on articles written on our site. We’d like to think this new website will be a great tool in engaging with our customers, and help us to create our own Suma community. If you find articles on our site interesting, we’ve made it easy for you to share them using social networking tools like twitter, facebook, myspace and So have a look round and tell us what you think. Over time, with your help, we hope it will become a great resource for vegetarian recipes and wholefood related information.

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