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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!
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.
Suma Member Kari has been trialing some new all-in-one real nappies and tells us how the trial has gone. Rachel and her six-month old son have also been testing Miosolo and comparing them to other re-useable ranges.
Suma’s stand will be found in the Farm Shop and Deli section of the Food & Drink show, stand C149. If you’re in the trade please come along, say hello and find out about some exciting new Suma products!
If you don’t normally buy your frozen food from Suma, now is a great time to give it a try. For deliveries made by us there’s no extra delivery charge for frozen products, and we deliver your frozen along with the rest of your Suma order. So why not give it a try? Have a look at some of the product highlights from our frozen range…
The perfect antidote to a cold winter afternoon, this hearty Leek and Potato Soup is a welcome new addition to our popular organic and vegan soup range.
We’re taking Bombay mix to the next level with three exciting new flavours. You can choose give your Bombay mix an exotic twist with the fruity mango mix, or for a bit of extra zing why not try coriander and lime? And if you like a bit of spice in your life, then our fiery extra hot style is the one for you!
Suma peanut butter- it’s always tasted great, and now it’s Fairtrade as well!
New Suma Dairy free Spreads Launched. After much sampling and recipe improvements, we’re ready to announce the re launch of our great new range of dairy free spreads.
Where did all the Organic margarine go?
Our long time supplier has totally stopped handling organics and has given up their organic certification – after what seems like, and might even have been years of discussion, …