Suma Christmas Brochure
August 4, 2016 – 12:37 pm | No Comment

Our team have been busy hand picking the best Christmas products to bring to you this year. Please browse through our brochure—we can accept your orders from the 1st September, see page 47 on how to order from us.

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The Suma range of food and household products. Our products are sourced ethically, with the environment in mind.

Recipes

Delicious vegetarian recipes created in our very own Suma canteen. Healthy meals, and a healthy amount of cakes too.

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Environmental issues, sustainable business practices, climate change, recycling, green living and more.

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New developments and activities at Suma, press releases, and updates we think you’ll be interested in.

Cooperation

Suma is the uk’s largest workers’ cooperative. We operate equal pay and are democratically run by our members.

Suma exhibit at the Natural and Organic Product Show 2011
January 18, 2011 – 10:19 am | No Comment
Suma exhibit at the Natural and Organic Product Show 2011

Suma will be exhibiting at the Natural and Organic Product Show in April. Please come and visit us if you are planning on attending the show!

Suma exhibit at the The International Food and Drink Event 2011
January 18, 2011 – 10:02 am | No Comment
Suma exhibit at the The International Food and Drink Event 2011

Suma will be exhibiting at The International Food and Drink Event in London. Please come and visit us on stand S2342

Ashura – whole wheat grain
January 14, 2011 – 12:06 pm | One Comment
Ashura – whole wheat grain

Whole wheat grains are a good source of complex carbohydrates, various vitamins and minerals and are naturally high in fibre and low in fat. You can eat whole grains plain, add them to other dishes such as soups or stews or use them as ingredients in baked dishes.

Feta and courgette bake with bulgar
January 14, 2011 – 11:39 am | No Comment
Feta and courgette bake with bulgar

This recipe can be easily adapted to suit what’s available. Try swapping the courgette for broccoli or cauliflower (or even a combination of the two). If there’s no cottage cheese available I frequently use a mixture of crumbled plain tofu and crème fraiche.

The importance of feeding birds over winter
January 4, 2011 – 1:52 pm | No Comment

Suma offer some great value packs of bird food in bulk, perfect for keeping the birds well fed and looked after throughout winter.

A Suma drivers uplifting day out
December 17, 2010 – 11:51 am | 4 Comments
A Suma drivers uplifting day out

Suma Member John Hart delivers to Leven Valley primary school in Cumbria, to deliver an order arranged and placed by the year six kids as part of a special project, and enjoys a thoroughly uplifting day!

Quinoa Tabouleh
December 17, 2010 – 8:18 am | No Comment
Quinoa Tabouleh

Quinoa originates from the Inca people of South America, where it has been an important foodstuff for over 6,000 years. Today it is recognized in the western world for its high protein content and balanced set of amino acids. It is also gluten free and a good source of fibre, phosphorous, magnesium and iron. Simple to prepare, it is often used as a base for salads, but is also an ideal alternative to rice or couscous.

Barley grain stuffed peppers
December 16, 2010 – 3:46 pm | One Comment
Barley grain stuffed peppers

Barley is considered to be an excellent ingredient for providing soluble fibre, which helps to reduce cholesterol in the blood. It is also rich in niacin and iron.

Suma member Rebecca visits Butterfly Space Community Volunteer Project in Malawi
December 9, 2010 – 11:27 am | No Comment
Suma member Rebecca visits Butterfly Space Community Volunteer Project in Malawi

One of our members, Rebecca Kinnard visited Butterfly Space Community Volunteer Project in Malawi on a recent trip finding out about sustainable tourism in Malawi. She shares her experiences and explains about the vital community work the centre participates in.

Why has the Gluten Free marker been removed?
December 3, 2010 – 4:44 pm | One Comment
Why has the Gluten Free marker been removed?

Why has the Gluten Free marker been removed from some products when the ingredients haven’t changed?