Articles by Danny Bourne
We believe it’s possible to have effective, natural cleaning products that are safe and that don’t cost the earth. It’s been almost five years since we launched our own brand of cleaning products and we’re …
Oranges and clementines are in season in the winter time and we know they are a fantastic source of vitamin C.
The Fairtrade programme is doing good things here. The village where I live now has clean water and receives electricity. It’s very exciting – we never believed this would be possible!
Health-conscious Suma Member Kate recently trialled an all-natural seven-day detox plan from Creative Nature- an ethical UK business specialising in supplements and superfoods. Could this detox offer the perfect way to recover from the all that festive overindulgence? Read on to find out…
Thanks to the rich flavour of these savoury muffins they make a comforting winter snack, but they can also be served with soup for an evening meal.
On 25th October we were delighted to host a visit by 19 sixth form Btec level 3 Business Studies students and teachers from nearby Brighouse High School.
Help us to reduce the environmental impact of throw-away carrier bags by choosing long lasting, reusable Suma shopping bags. Thanks to their sustainable materials and long lifespan, they don’t cost the earth.
Great news for our Catering Customers (or those with a very large appetite !)
Made to our special recipe from sun-rich Italian tomatoes and onions with a hint of black pepper and no artificial ingredients whatsoever…
At Cawston Press we love coming up with new ways to use our apple juice. It is such a versatile ingredient and can be used in a number of sweet and savoury dishes. It also makes a great, natural sweetener in place of sugar, whilst adding a little of its own delicious, delicate flavour.
Watching technique videos on the internet made me vaguely confident of scaling the recipe up a touch and by rummaging through Suma’s 60,000-sq/ft store cupboard it was easy to give my version Fairtrade status. What could possibly go wrong?