Articles in News
It takes a lot of love to make a good soup.
Zaytoun celebrate their 10th harvest and year supporting Palestinian farmers and growers.
What does it mean when honey is crystallised, and how can you make it runny again?
Suma donates food to Hope for Christmas gig in Manchester, headlined by Paul Heaton, to help two local foodbanks
Win a vegetarian cookery course for two at the Cordon Vert Cookery School.
The 1st November is the 20th World Vegan Day, and this year it also marks the 70th Anniversary of The Vegan Society, and the term ‘veganism’.
The day was set up to bring vegans across the …
On Thursday 16th October we were very lucky to host 16 visitors from South Korea, here as part of a trip around Europe to find out how Europeans run social enterprises and worker owned businesses.
To celebrate the ever-popular ‘cupcake’, to encourage baking at home, with family, sharing skills or to support your local bakery, we’ve been asking our readers to offer a delightful recipe for you to try at home. Here’s …
Suma and Plunkett support small community groups
Plunkett Foundation and Suma Wholefoods are delighted to have agreed a supply deal exclusively for community co-operatives across the UK launching from the 1st September.
Aimed at community co-operative members …
Long time Suma Customer, Crossley Mill Nursery, sits in a beautiful canal-side location in the heart of Hebden Bridge. It is housed in an old mill that was specially converted in 1998 on the initiative of a group of parents who were keen to secure better childcare for under 5’s in the Upper Calder Valley. It cares for up to 46 children from 0-5 years.