Your Drill To Refill
Better Food | Bristol Food Blog
by Rosie Jackson
1w ago
Our guide to refill World Refill Day is upon us! What better time to reflect on the sustainable changes that you’ve already made, and consider what other refillable substitutions you can weave into your every day life. We want to make it as easy as possible for you to cut down on single-use packaging, and refill instead. Next time you’re in store, why not check out one (or all!) of these refill options:     Health, bodycare & household From shampoo, conditioner, body wash and soaps, to laundry liquid, fabric conditioner, washing-up liquid, bathroom cleaner… we could go on. You ..read more
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Bristol businesses call on Parliamentary candidates to back Climate and Nature Bill
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by Charlotte Senior
1w ago
Today on World Environment Day, we have joined with 70+ Bristol business leaders calling for our local parliamentary candidates to back the Climate and Nature Bill ahead of the General Election. In an open letter coordinated by Triodos Bank UK, businesses in the city representing over £500 million of revenue and more than 2,500 employees including Boston Tea Party, Arup, Natracare, Sawday’s, Neighbourly, Silverback Films and Finisterre – make the case for the Bill as it will lead to multiple social and economic benefits and is simply the right thing for responsible companies to be calling for ..read more
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Why Shop Local and Seasonal?
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by Rosie Jackson
2w ago
Shop local and seasonal Where we can, we try to source our fruit and veg as locally as possible, making the most of what’s in season in the UK. British summer is brimming with juicy, locally grown produce, so we’re taking a look at the benefits of buying local and seasonal. Less travel time The less time between farm and fork means that fruit and veg can be harvested closer to its peak ripeness. Therefore, it often tastes better and has a higher nutritional value than produce that is picked when it is less ripe in other countries (to avoid it going off during its travels to the UK). Fewer carb ..read more
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Food for Mood
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by Rosie Jackson
3w ago
Using food to improve your mood Feeling low, anxious, panicky, or tired are all normal responses to everyday life. Struggles with mental health are common and can make everyday activities feel overwhelming. There are a variety of natural ways to manage these feelings. Small changes in your diet can add up to significant improvements in mood and overall well-being. Our health and bodycare supervisor and registered Nutritional Therapist, Claire Cohen, gave us some insights on using food to regulate your mood. The gut/brain connection This is a constant 2-way communication going on via several d ..read more
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Gloucester Road’s brunch menu
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by Charlotte Senior
1M ago
Thanks a brunch for being patient with us whilst we work our magic at our Gloucester Road café. We’re so excited to be reopening on Saturday 11th May, bringing you not only a better, cosier café experience but 9 NEW brunch dishes. We can’t contain our excitement!   Our brunch menu is inspired by the fabulous array of herbs and spices that you know and love from our salads, perfectly combined with beautiful organic fresh produce. We’ve put a twist on traditional brunch favourites using a host of aromatic herbs and spices. Visit us at our Gloucester Road café to give them a go! We just ..read more
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Gloucester Road Café Update
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by Rosie Jackson
2M ago
An exciting announcement Our Gloucester Road café is having an exciting transformation, meaning that we’ll be closing the café from Monday 6th May. We can’t wait to unveil our new look when we reopen on Saturday 11th May. Get ready for delicious new brunch dishes and a cosier vibe. Join us to celebrate reopening on Saturday 11th May, and stay tuned for more details! The post Gloucester Road Café Update appeared first on Better Food ..read more
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Organic: is it better for you?
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by Rosie Jackson
2M ago
In a time when prices are rising, and many are taking a little longer when considering their spending, you may understandably be weighing up the importance of buying organic. We’re taking a closer look at organic food and products for a better understanding of how organic can be better for you and help to support a healthy lifestyle. The way organic food is produced affects its quality First of all, a little bit about organic: research has shown that organic food is nutritionally different. This is largely due to the way it is produced – with fewer pesticides, no artificial fertilisers, colour ..read more
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Easter Weekend Opening Hours
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by Rosie Jackson
3M ago
Below are our opening hours for the Easter Bank Holiday weekend: Store Opening Hours Friday 29th March: Open 8am – 8pm Saturday 30th March: Open 8am – 8pm Sunday 31st March: CLOSED Monday 1st April: Open 8am – 8pm   Make sure to get your Easter goodies as well as your essentials ahead of Easter Sunday. The post Easter Weekend Opening Hours appeared first on Better Food ..read more
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Our Favourite Female Founders
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by Rosie Jackson
3M ago
For International Women’s Day, we’re celebrating some of the female founders that we stock. Incredible brands founded by amazing women, and we want to celebrate their work with you. Not only do we love the products that they have created, we are inspired by their stories and the ethos that they have channelled into their brands and teams. Here are some of our favourite founders and what they’re about. Maame, Purscents After burning candles to boost her mood during COVID lockdowns, Maame realised that refilling her empty candle vessels was the most sustainable way to repurpose them, and so, Pu ..read more
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Digestible tips for a healthy gut
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by Rosie Jackson
5M ago
This month at Better Food we’re taking a closer look at our gut health because a happy gut means happier, more comfortable and rejuvenated days. Read on to find out more about your amazing gut, what you can do to support it, and some of our favourite gut-friendly tips.   Good to know Your gut is a microbiome that contains ‘friendly’ and less ‘friendly’ bacteria. The less friendly bacteria can disrupt the healthy functioning of your gut microbiome. Prebiotics and probiotics can support the ‘friendly’ ones in your gut, boosting healthy digestion, immunity and even your mood! Prebiotics are ..read more
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