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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 the latest on the Soil Association’s campaign for Organic September, and find out how making just one small change can make a big difference.
Good news if you live in London and the South East – We’ve recently set up a new Southern Distribution Centre and are expanding our service in your area. For many regions we’ll be able to offer additional delivery days, and in some cases your order and delivery days will be changing.
I have been at Suma for 14 years. When I started we were based in a redundant mill building in Halifax, and our fleet of vehicles certainly wasn’t what it is today.
The big news in health foods right now is nutrient-dense superfood powders, if the way they’re flying out of our warehouse is any indication. Here we’re giving you the lowdown on some of our most popular superfood powders, why they are so beneficial and how to incorporate them into your diet.
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.
Here at Suma we have a wide range of free-from foods to offer, and we’re thrilled to be exhibiting them at this year’s Free-From Foods Expo in Barcelona.
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.
The March / April recipe round up from Suma’s network of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free bloggers containing 10 delicious and healthy recipes.
‘We aim to operate in a way which balances running a successful business with the environmental impact of our actions.’
The above statement is one of the foundations of Suma’s ethical policy. It is no mean …