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Allergy Awareness Week

It's Allergy Awareness Week. Here are our top 5 allergen friendly products and more. There are actually several Allergy Awareness weeks, both in the UK and the USA, around various organisations which operate in the so-called ‘allergy space’.  Allergy Awareness Week is from 26th to the 30th of April for…

Easy Gluten and Dairy Free Desserts for Easter

Easter can be a bit of a nightmare if you suffer from food allergies, so we thought we would share more recipes with you that are gluten and dairy free – for those of you who have to be wary of these particular allergens. When everyone else is eating chocolate,…

The Hidden Language of Love in Flowers

In 2018, 40% of people asked simply bought their loved ones a card for Valentine’s Day today. 17% bought a box of chocolates.  Incredibly, we Brits spent over £1.4 billion on greetings cards in 2020, and over 25 million cards are sent on the day each year. 24% of Brits…

Love …

In the season of love, how can you show your love to someone who suffers from allergies and can’t eat one of the most popular Valentine’s gifts – chocolate? There are lots of chocolate alternatives these days, and you could always buy them flowers, or another gift, but you can…

Veganuary

Veganuary is an annual challenge, run by a UK non-profit organisation that promotes and educates people about veganism. They encourage people to follow a vegan lifestyle for the month of January, and hopefully inspire them to be vegan throughout the rest of the year. The event began in 2014, and…

Happy New Year!

Looking back at Creative Nature’s year in 2021, it has been a busy, positive year of steady growth. We have been very lucky and our team has worked hard to keep us on track. We thought this was a perfect time to draw out 12 highlights for us! Brexit arrived,…

What’s on your Christmas Wish List?

What are you looking forward to at Christmas this year? What gets you most excited – seeing family and friends, the fun of festivities, the sparkle and glitter of decorations, presents or seasonal, Christmas food? If we are able to continue as we have so far, these last few months,…

SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY & WHY WE SUPPORT IT…

The idea of Small Business Saturday, started life in the US, in 2010, by American Express, who have a history of championing the high street. However it came to the UK a few years later. The non-commercial campaign, is now in its 9th year in the UK, and has grown…

WHAT DOES KINDNESS MEAN TO YOU?

World Kindness Day falls on November 13th  this year, a day to promote kindness throughout the world. The international day which was formed in 1998, is now observed annually, as part of the World Kindness movement.  An organisation, with no political, commercial or religious affiliations. The idea was formed at…

How to plan food at an allergy free wedding

Most weddings are likely to have at least one guest who has food allergies or intolerances considering 20% of people suffer from them. Often this may mean that one person has a meal which avoids certain things which are allergens for them. However for some allergy sufferers that’s not enough,…

Switch Witch

Switch Witch sounds as though you should be switching places with the wicked witch of the north, or perhaps changing places with Maleficent, Ursula, Shakata, Razili, or Farida from your favourite Disney film. But, no, what it is in fact, is a newer holiday tradition, started by two entrepreneurs from…

Natasha’s Law

As you may know from reading our previous blogs, we support Natasha’s Law, which is about to come into effect in October.  This UK Food Information Amendment, known as Natasha’s Law will require food businesses to provide full ingredient lists and allergen labelling on foods pre-packaged for direct sale on…

Did you know September 16 is National Guacamole Day?

Avocados seem to be a little like marmite, you either love them, or hate them, thinking they are either delicious or they are horrible and slimy. For those of you who don’t know what guacamole is, it is an avocado-based dip that has its origins with Aztec people. Already used…

Safe snacks for Back to school

Now is the time when parents are beginning to plan for the children going back to school in September.  Buying new uniform and thinking about other things they need to take with them, such as stationery, and, perhaps lunchboxes or navigating school meals, a school canteen and/or safe snacks at…

What is Christmas in July?

Christmas in July is a term that has popped up in terms of marketing for the last few years. In reality however, it started 84 years ago in 1933 at a girls’ camp in North Carolina.  It was the idea of the co-founder of the Keystone Camp, who was very…

  School holidays on the horizon

Exciting times are ahead, as school holidays are soon here. Due to continuing restrictions, overseas holidays may or may not be happening, and so it may be a time of finding fun things to do locally.   9 Fun things to do in the holidays:    Visit a local beauty…

World Postie Day!

All of us rely on the Post Office to deliver our letters and parcels, and even though over recent years, many other delivery companies have taken on some of the work, the Royal Mail Group delivered around 14.4 billion letters in 2017-2018.   We are still fortunate to have post…

Our NEW Multi-Packs Have Launched!

What’s better than buying your favourite Creative Nature snack bar? Buying as a multipack and saving money!! We’ve just launched our award-winning, super popular Raw Cacao and Salted Caramel Protein bars in multipack versions! These are exclusive to Asda and can be found in almost 200 Asda stores across the…

Study and Exam Tips

Superfoods for exam season

We’re right in the middle of exam season and whilst some of you might be able to sail through test papers without a care in the world (unfortunately this wasn’t any of us!), the majority will panic at the mere thought of sitting still for hours on end. Even if…

Tips on Travelling with Food Allergies

A food allergy occurs when the body's immune system triggers an abnormal response to food. Symptoms of allergic reactions to specific food can range from anything like tingling of the lips, sneezing, nasal congestion or even to something as dangerous as anaphylaxis. Having to deal with allergies is hard enough as…

Allergy Labelling

As a result of the announcement on Friday (25th January 2019) that food labelling is to become much stricter in order to protect food allergy sufferers there seems to be some light at the end of the tunnel.  The government is looking to impose stricter rules around labelling of sandwiches…

Allergies Internationally

Living with a Food Allergy Did you know that the prevalence of food allergies within the Western culture is rising? A reported 1 in 50 UK school children suffer from a peanut allergy! Food allergies are a serious autoimmune disease.  When an allergy sufferer falls into contact (whether by indirect…

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