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Pure coconut, nothing added. Following the successful launch of our odourless, culinary coconut oil, made especially for fine cooking, we’re introducing our new 1kg size, packaged in a recyclable (and recycled!) plastic jar.
Did you hear the one about processed meats increasing the risks of Cancer according to the WHO? Well whilst the jury may still be out on the exact details of how much you would have …
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.
During December 2014 Suma received a complaint about a foreign body in one of our jars of peanut butter.
We take every complaint about the quality of Suma products extremely seriously, and as such, our Quality …
With all the benefits of coconut but none of the strong flavours, our new odourless coconut oil is a versatile addition to your cooking repertoire. Coconut oil benefits from a low melting point and high smoke point, so it can be used to replace butter in your baking but is also ideal for stir fries and roasting.
This Spring Suma are offering lots of great new products, these are included in our new Spring Summer brochure, so here’s a taster from us, Suma, the workers cooperative where things are altogether better.
‘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 …
Suma celebrates Fairtrade Fortnight in style, hosting a pop-up party to celebrate all things Fairtrade
As well as being a versatile storecupboard staple, tahini is a great source of protein, calcium and B vitamins and a useful ingredient in vegan recipes. So dig that half empty jar of tahini from the back of your fridge and use it to create these mouth-watering taste sensations. Who said anything about hummus?
What does it mean when honey is crystallised, and how can you make it runny again?