Metcalfe’s Jumbles Toffee Apple Popcorn

Last week saw the turn of Metcalfe’s Jumbles Eton Mess Popcorn and today it is the turn of it’s compadre Metcalfe’s Jumbles Toffee Apple Popcorn. If you read my review then you will know that Metcalfe’s have released two new flavours which promise to be a completely new popcorn experience.  Available in most supermarkets and online, this popcorn is gluten free, veggie friendly, and made without artificial flavours and colourings. RRP is £1.79 and the bag is 55g. As with most popcorn, crisps and snack packs there is an excess of packaging in comparison to actual contents.  Metcalfe’s have chosen another very…

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Metcalfe’s Jumbles Eton Mess Popcorn

Popcorn has taken a bit of a back seat however Metcalfe’s have released two new flavours which promise to be a completely new popcorn experience. How you ask? Well not only do they feature real fruit pieces, they have also marketed it as combining different tastes and textures. I am not sure what they mean by this given surely that is in essence what popcorn is, and what Joe & Seph’s have been nailing for sometime. However let’s see. First up is Metcalfe’s Jumbles Eton Mess Popcorn. Available in most supermarkets and online, this popcorn is gluten free, veggie friendly, and…

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Conscious Organic Raw Chocolate *

Today is a trio of gifted chocolate and not just any chocolate. Conscious by name and conscious by nature is their motto and is the UK’s first raw, vegan chocolate brand. Yes it’s the Conscious Organic Raw Chocolate range.  All three bars are free from gluten, dairy, refined sugars, soya and palm oil. Everywhere you look they have thought of how to make this bar with as little impact on our planet as possible. Each bar is handcrafted in their Sussex kitchens, which is powered by 100% renewable energy sources.  Available in both 30g and 60g bars, you will find…

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Pastoret Banana and Biscuit Organic Yoghurt

Today it is all about the humble yoghurt. Pastoret Banana and Biscuit Organic Yoghurt to be precise. This is a new brand for me and one that seems to have just popped up into the fresh aisle of the supermarket. From what started as a family business has expanded from a small workshop to a factory but stuck with traditional artisan methods.  Each costs around £1.75 a pop, I have managed to get these on offer recently so were nearer the £1.00. Each 135g pot comes in a glass pot, sealed top and cardboard sleeve. Far better for the environment. I…

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Joe & Seph’s Popcorn Bites

There’s two new members of the Joe & Seph’s family. Fear not they haven’t strayed far from the popcorn tree and have combined two great things. Popcorn and Chocolate. Enter the new Joe and Seph’s Popcorn Bites. To put it bluntly I had no hope of my local Sainsbury’s stocking them for a while. However low and behold on the day of release these two beauties were upon the shelves! Surprised doesn’t quite cut it. Coming in at £2.50 a pop (£3.50 if you buy on Joe & Seph’s website), you can choose between Milk or Dark Chocolate Popcorn Bites.…

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