Our news

Best new food award!

September 13th, 2021


We are delighted to announce that we have won the Best New Food Product Award 2021 with our Red Lentil & Poppy Seed Cracker from our friends at Natural Products.

We’re particularly fond of this cracker which has a hint of sweetness and a crunchy texture. It’s baked to a light red colour and is speckled with poppy seeds. Good for dipping into hummus or any vegetable dip.

You can see the full list of winners here - https://www.naturalproducts.co.uk/2021winners/

Seaweed celebration time!

September 7th, 2021


Check out Isle Martin - off Ullapool - which is hosting an inaugural Seaweed Festival this week. We buy seaweed from Scotland for our tasty Seaweed & Sesame Chickpea Crispbread.


We use the following seaweed in our Seaweed & Sesame Chickpea Crispbreads:

Palmaria Palmata - DULSE,

Laminaria Digitata - OARWEED,

Saccharina Latissima - SUGAR KELP

And we also use NORI.

We are fans of seaweed and we wish Isle Martin was a little closer to us!

Shortlisted for Food Award

August 30th, 2021


Great news. Two of our crackers - Yellow Pea & Sunflower Seed and Fava Bean & Poppy Seeds - have been shortlisted for the Great British Food Awards 2021 in the Savoury Biscuit Category.

Our category judge will be Michel Roux Jr from La Gavroche.

We’ll find out how we have done on October 28 - wish us luck.

Come and say hello!

August 16th, 2021

We are so pleased to let you know that we will be out and about in September / October - come along to these wonderful fairs and festivals and say hello.
The Frome Independent September - Sunday, 5 September - https://thefromeindependent.org.uk/visit/
Sturminster Cheese Festival - Saturday & Sunday, 11 / 12 September - https://www.cheesefestival.co.uk/
The Frome Independent - Sunday, 3 October (website link as above)
Wells Food Festival - Sunday, 10 October - https://www.wellsfoodfestival.co.uk/

Turmeric triumph

August 9th, 2021


Why did we choose turmeric as an ingredient in our Chickpea, Turmeric & Nigella Seed crackers?

Well - it gives our crackers a beautiful colour for starters but, of course, there is more to it than that…

Turmeric comes from the turmeric plant and is a common spice in many Asian dishes. You will recognise turmeric as a main spice in curry for example.

Turmeric has a warm, bitter taste and, as well as curry, is often used to flavor mustards, butters and even cheeses.

The root of turmeric is also used widely to make medicine as it contains a chemical called curcumin. It’s considered helpful for controlling inflammation. It’s a folk remedy and a popular one at that.

We chose it because its taste complements the flavour of chickpea and it travels well with butter cheese and other toppings. Let us know what you think.

Two by two!

July 17th, 2021


We are so pleased to welcome Noah’s Ark Farm Shop as a new stockists - a Farm Shop …and Zoo!

The shop stocks our delicious meals, crispbreads and crackers and it can be found near Bristol.


it’s 10% off time!

July 13th, 2021


More good news - we are on promotion with wholesaler The Health Store this month with 10% off our delicious cracker and crispbread ranges.

Check out the website here https://www.thehealthstore.co.uk/ and start to plan your cheese and cracker picnic combo!

Bundle bonus!

July 5th, 2021


We’re so pleased to let you know of a great deal we have with Ocado at the moment - buy any one of our meal pots and get a packet of rice for £4!

You can find the link here - https://www.ocado.com/browse?filters=easy-bean-13772 - and the offer will run for the next couple of weeks.

The offer includes all of our delicious meals but the Moroccan Chickpea & Aubergine meal pictured, for example, is vegan-friendly, high in fibre, contains three of your five a day and is gluten-free. It’s super-delicious as well of course!

Or how about our Indian Cauliflower & Spinach Sambar Dhal? Again it’s suitable for a vegan diet and has a tasty mix of vegetables, spices and dhal.

All of our meals taste wonderful with a serving of basmati rice.

Time for some wellbeing

June 24th, 2021


Why the smiley face? Because it’s World WellBeing Week - what have you been doing?

Now in its third year, World WellBeing Week offers people the opportunity to promote an overall awareness of wellbeing - including social, physical, emotional, financial, career, community and environmental.

World WellBeing Week also recognises the professional practitioners in this burgeoning sector.

Check out the Facebook page, there’s still time to get involved! http://www.facebook.com/WorldWellBeingWeek

Raising awareness of diabetes risk

June 15th, 2021


We’re interested in healthy eating - because it’s good for you as well as tasting good. So we welcome awareness-raising weeks like Diabetes Week which is happening now. People from across the UK are coming together to share their experiences of living with diabetes and raise awareness of what it is like to live with the condition.

The theme of Diabetes UK’s Diabetes Week (which runs until 20 June) is #DiabetesStories

Diabetes affects 4.9 million people in the UK, including almost a million people living with undiagnosed type 2 diabetes. If not managed well, all types of diabetes can lead to devastating complications, including sight loss, amputation, kidney failure and stroke. There is currently no known cure for any type of diabetes.

Chris Askew OBE, Chief Executive at Diabetes UK, said: “We’ll be celebrating the incredible diabetes community by sharing stories of people with diabetes and what the last year has been like for them.”

Diabetes UK’s free online Know Your Risk tool helps individuals measure their risk of type 2 diabetes, while you can find out more about the signs and symptoms of diabetes here.