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We process curries, seasonings, sauces and marinades. All these are based on Spices and Herbs. Our products are currently distributed in London, Birmingham, and Coventry, as we encroach on new areas.


Our packaging is outsourced to Shoreline 24, which is a BCMPA Accredited member.


Herbs and spices have more disease-fighting antioxidants than most fruits and vegetables. By bringing herbs and spices closer to you, we are promoting your health.


Dr. Wendy Bazilian, author of The SuperFoodsRx Diet: Lose Weight with the Power of SuperNutrients, recommends using more spices and herbs as a way for you to improve the overall quality of your diet.


Health-conscious chefs and nutritionists have long recommended including spices and herbs in dishes to add flavor. But studies on the antioxidant richness of spices and herbs suggest using these flavor powerhouses as a way to add more health to your meals, too.


"It's the ultimate in good nutrition news when adding a favorite ingredient increases the health benefits of the foods we're already enjoying," says Dr. Bazilian. For example, one teaspoon of ground cinnamon has the equivalent level of antioxidants as a half cup of blueberries and one cup of pomegranate juice. Just think of all the foods to which you add cinnamon!



Antioxidant power. Research has shown that antioxidants are substances -- found in foods like fruits and vegetables --that may protect cells against the effects of free radicals. Free radicals are molecules produced when your body breaks down food, or by environmental exposures like tobacco smoke and radiation. Antioxidants can protect you against heart disease, cancer and other diseases. Antioxidants include beta-carotene, lutein, lycopene, selenium and vitamins A, C, and E.



Anti-inflammatory properties. Researchers are investigating the unique protective properties of spices and herbs, and their role in possibly reducing inflammation. Inflammation has been identified as a precursor to many chronic diseases, such as heart disease, allergies, and Alzheimer's to name a few. Spices and herbs can be included in an anti-inflammatory diet to not only add flavor but to also assist in healing the body.




Weight loss. Researchers are exploring the potential of spices to boost metabolism, promote satiety, aid weight management and enhance the overall quality of a diet. The capsaicin in peppers are believed to have metabolic boosting properties. In addition, if the food you eat is flavorful and satisfying, there is a good chance you will eat less and consume fewer calories, too.

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