Articles by Amy Beeton
Hi, I'm Amy and i'm the administrator of this site. I've worked at Suma since I left Uni in 2004. I graduated with a degree in digital media, and spend a lot my time online looking after this website, or our wholesale site www.sumawholesale.coop. When i'm not working you can find me knee deep in mud at my allotment, or at my imac working on various design projects. I love Suma because i've been a vegetarian for over 10 years, and enjoy working in a meat-free environment. The lunches are top notch too!
We’ll be exhibiting once again at Natural & Organic Products Europe in April. Sunday 17th & Monday 18th April 2016, ExCel, London
Suma are recruiting for Temporary Warehouse Pickers for contracts of up to 18 months.
We’re really excited to introduce Suma Organic Sunflower Spread and Organic Soya Spread in 500g size packs.
Suma will be attending Biofach from the 10th – 13th February 2016
Making the transition to vegan baking from baking with dairy products is really easy once you have an arsenal of alternative products and know how to use them. This guide shows you how!
Pan de higo is a traditional Spanish cake invented to preserve figs over winter. Using no flour, it’s naturally gluten-free. The fig balls store well and make excellent Christmas gifts for friends and family.
This month we turn our attention to one of our longest standing suppliers, natural health and beauty company Faith in Nature. Read more about the company, their products and their ethos here.
Read all about coconut oil, and it’s culinary, health and household uses. Learn about the different types of coconut oil, production process and view Suma’s large range of coconut oil brands.
Coconut sugar is a wonderful alternative to white or brown sugar in baking. It is much less refined, has a low glycemic index and contains essential vitamins and minerals unlike normal sugar. It’s easy to use and makes your baking taste wonderful.
Tamari is a traditional Japanese sauce which lends itself to many styles of cooking. It is naturally gluten-free, unlike soy sauce and can also be used as a salt substitute. Learn more about how to use Tamari in this post.