Friday, 30 November 2012
Juices and Biscuits from Organic Village
I was recently sent some juices and biscuits from Organic Village. simply.food is a vegetarian blog and I am very keen on healthy eating and using products that are organic so the products from Organic village were perfect to sample.
I was sent a bottle each of pomegranate juice, carrot juice and beetroot juice together with a packet each of Breton butter biscuits and Breton Butter Galettes. Unlike supermarket bought juices these were very natural and needed an acquired taste as they relied solely on natural sugars from the fruits to sweeten them. There were no artificial sweeteners present in them compared to other juices I have tried. I also used the juices for adding to sauces and cakes.
The biscuits were divine; they melted in the mouth with delectable rich crumbly and buttery taste. All their products are 100% organic the healthy fruit juices are not made from concentrate, and contain no added water; they are just pure juice with all the goodness intact as nature intended. They retail from £1.29 for 120 ml to £ 3.99 for a litre bottle. In addition to the juices and biscuits, Organic village also sell nuts and organic cheeses.
Organic Village is all about sourcing the tastiest and purest of produce .The products not only delicious but also packed full of essential nutrients for health and building a range which combines top quality with affordability. So at last everyone can enjoy organic goodness without paying a premium price. Organic Village products are available from thousands of reputable retailer’s natural health stores, specialist food halls, delis, health and fitness clubs, cafés and restaurants across the UK and Europe. They also have an online shop and will deliver to anywhere in the UK.
Thankyou to organic village for sending me the samples to try. All the opinions expressed in this post are my own.
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