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We now have two new pick-up locations

One of the downsides of running an ethical business is the constant nagging worry that you’re not doing enough, or that in your efforts to help people live a greener life you’re contributing to the problem. Deliveries is one such cause of worry for me. On the plus side, we’re helping so many people to

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Really easy 4 ingredient wraps

Wraps

I shared this recipe on Instagram & Facebook after making up a batch one evening and was surprised by how many people hadn’t realised just how easy they are to make so I’m sharing it here on the blog for future reference for everybody. You need minimal equipment and absolutely no cooking skills to make

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Delivery price changes

As of today, Friday 5th October, our delivery prices have changed. We review prices for everything constantly and unfortunately we’re just not able to shoulder the costs of delivery any longer. Previously delivery cost us far more than we were charging for it, and for smaller orders in particular it just wasn’t sustainable to continue

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How to make popcorn

Popcorn

I have a confession to make – I love crisps. Crisps are such a serious addiction for me and I crave them a lot. Not even fancy flavours, just your basic ready salted crisps. But crisps come in that foil-plastic material which can’t be recycled and so I’ve been trying to curb my habit, and

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The ultimate guide to plastic free and zero waste shops in the UK

We’re part of a growing network of shops offering plastic free food options. If you’re looking for somewhere you can pop into to fill up your jars near you, here’s all of the physical retail locations that we know of offering plastic-free food options. If we’ve missed somewhere, let us know on shop@plasticfreepantry.co.uk.EnglandLondonHetu, St John’s

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6 ways to eat quinoa

Quinoa

We love quinoa. It’s such a nutritious little grain, and thanks to our supplier Hodmedod, eating it supports British farmers rather than taking an essential food source away from communities in Peru. We often use it as a substitute for rice, or in salads but there are lots of ways to eat quinoa, even for

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