The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2019-09-29T23:00:00Z SOUL SEED LAUNCHES “SUPER SEED SNAPS” IN WOOLWORTHS NATION-WIDE 2019-09-29T23:00:00Z soul-seed-launches-super-seed-snaps-in-woolworths-nation-wide Media Release: Monday 30 September 2019 Over date-based snacks? Supermarket hemp foods favourite, Soul Seed, has launched a new range of “Super Seed Snaps” into 744 Woolworths stores across Australia. Found in the health food aisle, Super Seed Snaps are gluten free with 5g+ of protein, fibre plus a variety of vitamin and mineral-rich super seeds including hemp, flax, chia and pumpkin. The baked snacks are ideal for lunchboxes, briefcases and handbags alike. There’s a flavour for every mood and palette - Salted Caramel, Turmeric & Black Pepper, Rich Choc and Spicy Sriracha. Soul Seed Founder Cade Turland says, “9 times out of 10, when I flip to the nutrition panel on a snack, the first ingredient I read is ‘dates’. “We set out to create a snack with a real point of difference in the health food category. Something tasty, filled with whole foods and of course featuring our favourite nutrition-packed super seed, hemp. That’s where Super Seed Snaps were born.” Soul Seed’s millennial founders Cade Turland and Forbes 30 Under 30 Listmaker, Georgia Branch, have been blown away by the growth of the brand. Launched in 2018, Soul Seed has quickly become Australia’s widest reaching hemp foods brand. Soul Seed’s ethos is to bring whole food nutrition to the whole family. The products can be found in both Coles and Woolworths as well as Ritchies IGA stores. For samples, interviews and images please contact Georgia Branch | ABOUT SOUL SEED Part of Trichomia Pty Ltd hemp brands (also owner of Hemple), Soul Seed is Australia’s widest-reaching supermarket hemp foods brand. Soul Seed’s cold pressed Australian hemp seed oil, protein and seeds can be found at Coles and Ritchies IGA while their Super Seed Snaps range can be found at Woolworths nation- wide. Trichomia Pty Ltd investors include MMJ (ASX:MMJ). Australian Supermarket IGA Joins the Edible Bug Revolution 2019-09-16T10:17:24Z australian-supermarket-iga-joins-the-edible-bug-revolution Supermarket trailblazers IGA have announced they will be the first chain of Australian supermarkets to stock edible crickets. The addition of Grilo products to IGA shelves comes on the back of increasing demand from customers for more sustainable sources of protein. “We are passionate about bringing our customers new and exciting products that they wouldn’t usually be able to find,” says the HG Retail Group. For people looking to reduce their environmental impact while also meeting dietary needs edible crickets offer the perfect substitute. “Grilo Protein is one of these such products and we are proud to support this innovative and local company who is committed to supplying healthy, sustainable and future conscious food that tastes great!” – Rob Outridge, IGA Owner, Maleny. Eating crickets has previously been uncommon in the West, largely due to the ‘ick’ factor associated with eating bugs. However, consumers are now recognizing that not only are crickets mild in flavour, but their nutrient density, sustainability and versatility make them a more sustainable and delicious protein alternative. IGA’s move to add Grilo products to their shelves is incredibly exciting and demonstrates the growing understanding for the need to find food solutions that meet both planet and human needs. We believe the growing trend of consuming insects will result in a healthier planet and healthier bodies. Here are three reasons why Grilo products will now be on IGA shelves: Environmental Alternative Crickets are the most sustainable source of protein on earth. They require far less resources (water, land, feed and energy) than other popular sources of protein, such as chicken, beef or pork, and produce 80 times less methane than cows. Given that 18% of greenhouse gas emissions is a result of livestock production, cricket’s growing popularity should result in a significant lowering of emissions. Nutrient Dense Crickets are extremely nutrient dense, containing 69% protein, vitamin B12, Omega 3, iron, potassium and calcium. Their digestibility is higher than that of plant proteins, making it easier for the body to extract and absorb all those nutrients. Given the busy lives lead by most people and the impact of good nutrition on mental and physical health, the need for accessible, easily prepared nutrients is great. Versatile & Delicious Given their mild, nutty flavour, crickets are extremely easy to incorporate into meals and smoothies; sweet or savoury. Alternatively, Grilo energy bars are an extremely convenient and delicious means of meeting daily protein requirements. For more information or for an interview contact: Camila Meyer Co-founder at Grilo Protein Click here for images. Grilo organic cricket powder and smoothie protein blends available at IGA Energy Bars made with organic cricket powder: banana caramel, chocolate mint and cacao fudge “We are passionate about bringing our customers new and exciting products that they wouldn’t usually be able to find,” says the HG Retail Group. IGA: first Australian supermarket chain to stock edible bugs products Grilo roasted crunchy crickets HEMPLE LAUNCHES IN THE USA 2019-07-14T23:00:08Z hemple-launches-in-the-usa FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday 15 July 2019 Following a recent investment from MMJ (ASX:MMJ), Australian hemp & cannabinoid brand, Hemple, has launched in the USA. The millennial founders, Cade Turland (31) and Forbes 30 Under 30 list-maker, Georgia Branch (30) are de- termined to carve out their piece of the world’s biggest CBD market, projected to be worth US$22bn by 2022. The team is being on beer delivery technology for their organically grown CBD and innovation through first-to-market, functional CBG and CBN formulations to set their brand apart. Their Australian Cold Pressed Hemp Seed Oil and US grown and made, Sigma N-Osmo CBD have already made it into the hands of the Kardashian’s. Both products featured in the most recent Travel Mailer which landed Hemple in social media feeds of Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Selma Blair, Shanina Shaik and Behati Prinsloo. As Facebook and Instagram continue to disallow ingestible hemp foods and CBD advertising, the founders see this style of organic social media endorsement as key to reaching their millennial consumer - a fast growing segment of the hemp CBD market. Brightfield Group dubs the 26-35 year old CBD user group as “stressed out millennials”. This group accounts for 38.2% of the total US CBD market. More than half the members of this segment have a household income of US $50,000+ and are looking to relieve the pressures and stresses of their busy young professional lives, turning to hemp CBD to relieve a range of emotional health issues, most prominently: anxiety, depression and insomnia. Co-Founder, Georgia Branch, says, “There’s over 5600 CBD tincture brands in the USA. We’re breaking away from the commoditised products which dominate the market. Our approach is to differentiate with a premi- um brand position that’s backed up by truly innovative, effective products targeted towards the needs of our customer. Each of our products will have a specific functional benefit - from stress management (like our first CBD release, Sigma) to sleep.” Turland continues, “We’re one of few companies in the US using nano-technology to improve the absorp- tion rate of cannabinoids. Similarly to vitamins, only 10-30% of most CBD edibles and tinctures are absorbed by the body. The technology used in our N-Osmo cannabinoid range increases absorption to over 90%. Ulti- mately, this means beer value for money for the customer.” Value for money maers, as Brightfield Group shows 41.3% of this group are taking some form of CBD to manage everyday pressures, 5-7 days per week. On 29 July in the US, Hemple will launch with Fleur Marche, dubbed the “Sephora of CBD”. In Australia, Hemple’s range of hemp foods products are listed in over 350 health and specialty stores including Flan- nery’s and Healthy Life. Ends For more information and high res images contact: Georgia Branch +61 410 690 408 Australian Skincare Product Brings Home Editor’s Choice in 2019 Beauty Shortlist Awards… Again! 
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 6th March 2019 The Annual Beauty Shortlist Awards has announced the winners after six months of thoroughly testing ethical, natural and eco-friendly beauty products from over 30 countries. Since starting in 2012 in the UK, the awards have become the most trusted in the industry by consumers. Claiming to be 100% sponsorship, advertisement and partnership free, the aim is to actively seek out ethical brands on the market and undergo intense testing and judging by an international judging panel of industry leaders from the UK, USA and Australia. Paudha Healing was created by Valley Heights local Renee Tilley while studying a Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy). Renee discovered the incredible healing properties of herbs and plants growing wild and in abundance around her home in the Blue Mountains - often being considered weeds! Renee went on to study cosmetic chemistry to combine her in depth knowledge of herbs with advanced chemical formulations to create skincare products that were safe and effective for all skin types. Hand made in the Blue Mountains using locally sourced Australian Certified Organic ingredients wherever possible and accredited as a cruelty free skincare company by Choose Cruelty Free Australia. Paudha Healing’s Nourish & Repair Face Oil also won the Editor’s Choice Award in 2017. This blend has been carefully selected to provide deep healing and moisturizing, fight signs of premature ageing, reduce redness and is suitable for ALL skin types. “Our Nourish & Repair Face Oil continues to be one of our top selling products each month and winning this award back in 2017 and for the second time in 2019, really confirms what our customers are saying about this amazing oil.” Says Renee Tilley, Owner and Director of Paudha Healing. Nourish & Repair Face Oil Contains: Certified Organic Jojoba Oil Certified Organic Rosehip CO2 Extract Certified Organic Calendula Flower Extract Certified Organic Sunflower Seed Oil Certified Organic Rosemary Extract Certified Organic Frankincense Essential Oil Rose Geranium Essential Oil RRP: $33 for 30mls. For more information on this multi award-winning product click here. Paudha Healing is looking to expand its network of retail stockists with the goal of being readily available in all states across Australia and New Zealand by the end of 2019. “I have been using this oil now for over 12 months and am totally thrilled with the results! I used to use a good quality anti aging cream but this oil is giving me better results by far! I love this product so much” Karmell via website. “5 stars plus for this amazing oil. After turning 40 I found my skin changed dramatically, becoming dry and showing sun spots. After using this oil for a month, my spots are disappearing and my skin feels nourished and glowing. I no longer wear foundation on a day to day basis. I am in love with this product!” Nicole via website. For samples or media enquiries contact: Renee Tilley Owner/Director Paudha Healing 0416 212 889 Medical Cannabis For Health Professionals 3.0 Seminar. 2019-03-04T22:00:00Z medical-cannabis-for-health-professionals-3-0-seminar Australia Legalised Medical Cannabis in 2016. Medical Cannabis was legalised 3 years ago, so why are so few Doctors prescribing it? There's now well over 5,000 patients around Australia on various brands and potencies. Some of the patients are children with treatment-resistant conditions that only seem to be helped by Medical Cannabis. But some Doctors are resisting prescribing. Find out more at a seminar in your Capital City during March. 10 Conditions Treatable with Medical Cannabis Chronic Pain - Alleviates chronic pain by 30% Arthritis - Helps with joint pain and inflammation as well as insomnia Crohn's Disease - Eases pain and promotes weight gain AIDS/HIV - Increases appetite, ability to sleep and improves mood Asthma - Dialates airways and reduces excercise induced asthma Multiple Sclerosis - Prevents muscle spasms, pain, tremors and stiffness Cancer - THC improves impact of radiation Epilepsy - Reduces seizure frequency by up to 50% Alzheimer's - Promotes weight gain, lessens agitated behaviour and slows progress of protein deposits in the brain Glaucoma - Lowers eye pressure and blood pressure, and THC can preserve the nerve Seminars may qualify for CE/CPD points. The global legal cannabis market is expected to grow to over USD$20 Billion by 2020. Come and learn about the latest trends and scientific research in this exciting new field from a range of experts. Medical Cannabis Seminars are being held around Australia in March. Monday, March 11 - 6:30pm - Brisbane Tuesday, March 12 - 6:30pm - Melbourne Wednesday, March 13 - 6:30pm - Sydney Thursday, March 14 - 6:30pm - Perth Tickets are limited due to Theatre occupancy requirements. Early Bird Tickets $25. For tickets and more information go to: For media inquires contact: Sharlene Mavor Director Medical Scientists Medical Cannabis Research Australia ​ Ocean Lovers Come Clean. 2019-02-15T01:39:36Z ocean-lovers-come-clean OCEAN LOVERS COME CLEAN. REDUCING OUR PLASTIC FOOTPRINT. FOSTERING THE BYO REUSABLES CULTURE. Plastic Free Bondi and Sydney Water are helping tackle the issue of plastic waste of on Sydney’s waterways and beaches with the Beat the Bottle beach clean-up from 9.30am to 12.30pm on Saturday, 16 February at Bondi Beach. Let the rhythmic sounds of percussion group Jackyard Beats entertain you as you collect litter along the beach with like-minded ocean lovers. There will be face painting for the kids and plenty of opportunities to help raise awareness of the impact of plastics on our beaches, oceans and waterways. Lauren Hockey, founding volunteer, Plastic Free Bondi, said: “Our growing community is raising awareness about the issue of plastic pollution and empowering businesses and individuals to reduce single-use plastics”. Dr Alicia Lloyd, Project Manager, Plastic Free Bondi, said the most common types of plastic waste seen at beaches were cigarette butts and plastic food packaging. “We hope that involving the community during the clean-up will inspire people to ‘be the change’ that they wish to see for our oceans,” Dr Lloyd said. Sermin Erden, local business engagement volunteer, Plastic Free Bondi? said the easiest way to reduce plastic bottle pollution in our waterways and beaches is to refuse single use plastics and always choose to reuse and refill. The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) and Waverley Council support Plastic Free Bondi and the Beat the Bottle initiative. To learn more and to register for the free event, visit Dr Alicia Lloyd, Lauren Hockey and Sermin Erden are available for interviews. For all media inquiries, please contact Dr Lloyd on 0438 259 295 or For images and media assets, visit: QUICK STATISTICS About 480 billion plastic bottles were sold globally in 2016 – that’s the equivalent of a million bottles per minute. Less than half of these bottles were collected for recycling (source: The Guardian). NSW and Queensland are among the nation’s biggest litterers (source:Keep Australia Beautiful Litter Index25 January 2018). Sydney Water removes more than 1 million plastic bottles from Sydney’s waterways each year – before they get to our beaches. Globally, there are around 8 million metric tonnes of plastic going into the oceans each year (source: The Conversation 2015). The UN estimates that by 2050, there will be more plastic in our oceans than fish. Sydney has some of the strictest drinking water monitoring standards in the world. It undergoes 70 different tests before it reaches our taps. It takes up to seven litres of water and one litre of oil to produce one litre of bottled water. Most water bottles end in landfill accounting for 38% of the total rubbish volume. Drinking water has 1% the environmental impact of bottled water. Bottled water production makes 600 times more carbon dioxide than drinking water. Drinking an average of 8 cups of water a day saves 1,825 litres of water that would have been used to produce bottled water. Have Yourself a Happy Gut Christmas. 2018-12-11T22:00:30Z have-yourself-a-happy-gut-christmas The festive season is often a time of over-indulgence. It’s a familiar sight. Reclined on the lounge, hands resting on bloated stomach, sighs and moans of regret (and a little satisfaction, let’s be honest) after a big Christmas meal. For those of us who don’t want to scrooge on the delicious food, but would prefer to avoid the bloat, Hemple Nutritionist Liv Kaplan shares cleaner twists on classic festive recipes and a few helpful tips. Liv’s tips: 1. Keep routines and the right motivation... For many the holidays is an excuse to let health go out the window. While I’m all for letting go, when your motives for making healthy choices are in the right place you’ll find you naturally make good (or at least better) choices. This means eating well because you want to feel healthy and happy, and not to reach any specific weight or follow any diet. 2. Make gut friendly alternatives... These days with so many amazing gut friendly foods available, that taste amazing too, it’s so easy to say no to desserts and foods that may set off digestive issues. Since most of the time we’re celebrating with food, bring a platter of your favourite gut friendly desserts. What does this look like? Well for optimal gut health you want something free of gluten, wheat and refined sugar. Even better is to keep natural sugars like dried fruit to a minimum. Stuck for ideas? How about our gluten and dairy free Raw Vegan Mince Tarts, Christmas Hemp Halva Slice or Hemp Blinis for appetisers! 3. Keep calm and don’t stress... Easier said than done I know, but I think many if not most of our gut symptoms can be attributed to the mind rather than the plate. So relax! Focus on the fun times spent with friends and loved ones and stop stressing about food. 4. Breathe deeply... For optimal digestion, we want our bodies to be in the “rest and digest” state rather than the “fight or flight”. Unfortunately lots of stress, caffeine, lack of sleep and disrupted circadian rhythms leave us in this state constantly! It’s no wonder gut distress is at an all time high. So what do you do? Of course slowing down, less caffeine, yoga and meditation help. But immediately? Just 10 deep belly breaths is enough to take us out of fight or flight and into rest and digest. You’ll find your digestion is far better after doing just this one, simple thing! Recipes: Raw Vegan Mince Tarts Serves: 12 Prep time: 30 mins Typically a sugar-filled treat, Liv’s gluten-free version of a Christmas favourite, mince tarts, brings all the flavour of the original, plus plant protein and a low GI. Ingredients 1.5 cup almond meal 1/2 cup Hemple Raw 1/2 cup dried inca berries 6 dried figs chopped Zest of one orange 2 tsp mixed spice 1 tsp cinnamon 1/4 cup coconut oil Avocado frosting 2 avocados 3⁄4 cup coconut yoghurt 20 drops liquid stevia 1⁄4 cup raw cacao powder (for the chocolate flavour) For serving: Fresh raspberries Dried orange slices Hemple Hearts Cacao powder Method 1. Place all ingredients in a food processor and pulse until a sticky dough forms. 2. Using your hands, press into a silicone mini muffin tin, or a normal mini muffin tin lined with paper cases. Place in the fridge to set. 3. To make the frosting place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth! For the green version of the frosting, omit the cacao powder. Or divide frosting into two and make one green and one chocolate! Christmas Hemp Halva Bites Serves: 20-30 To up this dish’s health cred, the traditional sesame seeds are swapped for omega 3 and 6 balanced hemp. This raw, vegan, gluten and sugar-free recipe has the nutty sesame-like flavour of the original, and since it’s Christmas, Liv adds all-natural plant pigments for a festive finishing touch. Ingredients 5 cups dessicated coconut 2 cups Hemple Hearts 20 drops liquid stevia 1 vanilla bean, seeds scraped 1 tablespoon beetroot powder Method 1. In a high powered blender or food processor, blend the coconut and Hemple Hearts until the texture is smooth and liquid. ​ 2. Add in the stevia and vanilla and combine. 3. Split mixture into two bowls. Reserve one aside. Stir beetroot powder into the other bowl and pour into loaf tin lined with baking paper. Place in the fridge to set for 1 hour. 4. When set, remove from the fridge and pour in the other bowl. Place back into the fridge to set completely. Slice to serve. 3 Ingredient Hemp Blinis Makes: 8 A light bite that’s gluten and dairy free, easy to digest, high in bioavailable protein and tastes even better than the original. Ingredients 1/4 cup Hemple Raw 1/4 cup hemp or nut milk 1 medium egg 1 pinch sea salt Coconut oil for cooking Method To make the blinis, combine all ingredients in a bowl and stir well. Heat a large pan over a medium heat and grease with a little coconut oil. Pour in two tablespoons worth of the mixture for each blini. Leave to cook and wait until bubbles appear, about 2–3 minutes. Flip with a spatula and cook on the other side for 2 minutes. Top with your favourite toppings to serve! For avo and hemp seed, top with sliced avo, Hemple Hearts, Hemple Cold Pressed Hemp Seed Oil and salt and pepper. For the salmon, top with smoked salmon, red onion, fresh dill, capers and coconut yoghurt. Drizzle with Hemple Cold Pressed Hemp Seed Oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. To request high res images or more information contact: Georgia Branch Ph: 0410 690 408 Email: About Hemple: Stocked in over 350 stores nationally, Hemple worships your body with functional hemp-based nutrition supporting body and mind. For more healthy recipes visit and for discussions on life-changing wellbeing search for the Hemple Podcast on iTunes. Link to: Hemple product images Artist and Model Unite For Launch of Plastic Free Bondi 2018-10-14T23:19:15Z artist-and-model-unite-for-launch-of-plastic-free-bondi FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday 15th October 2018 Internationally acclaimed artist Marina DeBris and marine scientist and model Laura Wells have joined forces to launch Plastic Free Bondi, a campaign that aims to reduce single-use plastic in Bondi, on Saturday 20th of October. Attendees can help eco-artist Marina Debris transform rubbish found during the event’s beach clean into a sculpture. Ms Wells will be the event’s ‘Takeaway Queen’, modelling one of Ms Debris wearable artworks created entirely from discarded take-away packaging. “A lot of plastic packaging that we as individuals end up with is due to unnecessary over-packaging of food. But the answer is simple: get educated – look and shop for better choices and carry your own reusable items. It makes a huge difference to your own plastic footprint and what ends up in landfill.” said Wells. Along with cigarettes, drink containers and takeaway food packaging makes up more than 60 per cent of the litter found across Australia. Plastic Free Bondi‘s goal is to reduce single-use plastic found in the coastal area. A recent survey of local businesses conducted as part of Waverley Council’s “Bondi Unwrapped” program, showed that 90% of local cafes felt that litter adversely affects the community. Campaign Leader Dr. Alicia Lloyd said “The majority of businesses are willing to allow customers to bring their own containers, thereby reducing waste altogether, but only 5% of their customers actually bring their own containers” “By helping businesses and empowering customers, this is a gap we aim to close.” Plastic free Bondi hopes to encourage businesses in the local community to transition away from single-use plastic by providing the resources, education and inspiration to do so. “We’re launching this campaign in Bondi because we know locals and visitors love the ocean and getting salty is an important part of our lifestyle. While we all want to protect the ocean, making the right sustainable choices can be difficult which is why Plastic Free Bondi is here to help.” Dr. Lloyd said. Plastic Free Bondi launches at 2pm, Saturday October 20thon Bondi Beach (near the lifeguard tower). Find out more on Plastic Free Bondi’s Facebook page: About Plastic Free Bondi Plastic Free Bondi’s mission is to support Bondi residents, businesses and visitors to kick the plastic habit and in the process, inspire other communities around the world to do the same. Over summer 2018-19, Plastic Free Bondi will engage with hundreds of local cafes and restaurants to encourage them to choose sustainable alternatives to single-use packaging. Plastic Free Bondi is a community-driven movement, led by a team of locals who are committed to protecting this paradise we call home. The project is a NSW EPA Waste Less, Recycle More initiative funded from the waste levy. This project is also funded by Waverley Council. Media Contact: Alicia Lloyd E: P: 0438 259 295 Facebook: Launch event URL: Vegetable Hack 2.0 for busy parents with fussy little eaters. 2018-09-04T22:06:39Z vegetable-hack-2-0-for-busy-parents-with-fussy-little-eaters FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Healthy eating is important throughout a child’s life, it provides the energy and nutrients needed for growth, it develops a sense of taste, and instils positive patterns and decision making for the rest of their life. Adding fresh nutritional vegetables to a child’s diet is a priority for all parents, however with time constraints and sometimes-fussy eaters getting the right nutrition can be challenging. VegEase Freeze dried vegetable powders is a clever way to include more vegetables into your children's diet, helping them develop their palate which is an investment for their future healthy eating habits. Each pouch contains close to 10 teaspoons that you can add, sprinkle and bake into any dish. All VegEase powders are made from high quality vegetables sourced from Australian farmers, 100% Australian grown and freeze-dried and all natural. “Our Vegetable hack adventure was inspired by our twins and their very different eating preferences, we want them to develop a taste for vegetables and create positive eating patterns. There really is nothing on the market like it for kids .” Says Nellie Procopiou, Founder, VegEase and Broth & Co. Vegetables are nutrient dense, and are a good source of minerals and vitamins, dietary fibre and a range of phytochemicals. The Australian Dietary Guidelines inform people of different ages, the minimum number of serves from each food group they should eat each day, in order to make sure they get the full amount of nutrients their body needs. Toddlers 1-2 years are recommended to have 2-3 serves of vegetables a day and 2-3 year olds 2.5 serves a day. VegEase range includes: - Raw Mushroom Powder - Raw Beetroot Powder - Raw Broccoli Powder - Raw Carrot Powder - Raw Cauliflower powder - Raw Pumpkin Powder - Raw Spinach Powder RRP from $6.95 VegEase range will be available from mid September 2018. Go to purchase or for a list of stockists. For media inquiries contact: Nellie Procopiou VegEase, Made with love by Broth & Co 0417 001 050 Pumpkin Muffins With VegEase 2 cups of self-raising flour 1 tbsp brown sugar
 1 cup of milk
 125g of melted butter 1 egg
 1⁄4 tspn of cinnamon
 1⁄2 a cup of VegEase pumpkin 1⁄2 a cup of sultanas Combine the dry ingredients, add the eggs and wet ingredients gradually.
 Divide mixture into muffin trays and cook for 20 minutes in a pre heated oven at 200'C. Allow to cool and dust with a little icing sugar
 Store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days and freeze up to 3 months Pink Milk 1 teaspoon of VegEase Beetroot Powder 150ml Milk Yum! No child can resist. An Instant, Nutritious, Warm Hug in a Cup. 2018-06-05T04:42:54Z an-instant-nutritious-warm-hug-in-a-cup Combining 25+ years of experience, Peter a fitness trainer and fitness studio owner and wife Nellie a pharmacist they have created quality, energizing, natural bone broths and foods with function Bone Broth was once lauded as an elixir by our ancestors providing healing and nourishment. 100% Australian, All Natural, Gluten Free, No Added Salt, No Added Flavours or Preservatives, No Added Yeast, Shelf Stable. Broth and Co's excellence in the natural health space is evidenced by its commitment to the highest quality natural food products with an emphasis on the cleanest sourcing of the healthiest ingredients possible, ensuring the final bone broth is as pure and tasty as you would make at home, full of minerals, gelatin, collagen and amino acids. “Our bone broths are authentic and made with Australian grass fed beef & free range chicken bones, made the traditional way and simmered for 24 hours.” Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food. — Hippocrates, father of medicine, 431 B.C So what is bone broth? An Ancient Superfood you should be drinking every day. This nutritious easy to consume liquid can give you energy and motivation, help you sleep, and make your skin glow. Bones and connective tissue contain essential and non essential amino acids, glucosamine, collagen as well as minerals for gut, skin, joint, and bone health. As a society we no longer eat these parts of the animal, we tend to eat the lean muscle meat so consuming bone broth can help provide nutrients otherwise missed. How to use Bone Broth? Bone Broth can be used as a hot beverage jazzed up with some sea salt and a squeeze of lemon or your favourite herbs and spices. We recommend it as morning drink to energise and keep you full until lunch time. Cooking with Bone Broth to improve the nutritional value and flavour of your favourite dishes such as soups and stew, risottos, stir fries and your favourite dishes. Our powder bone broths can also be added to smoothies, after dissolving in a little hot water first. Beetroot bone broth is great for that energy boost to help you train harder and run faster and mushroom bone broth is perfect for those cold winter days. For media enquiries contact: Nellie Procopiou Phone# 0417001050 Email: #PRforthePlanet launches it's Earth Advocacy Service. 2018-05-03T04:34:04Z prfortheplanet-launches-its-earth-advocacy-service #PRforthePlanet was created in an attempt to bring consumer awareness to the many incredible people and products working tirelessly to provide everyday solutions to the problems the planet is facing. "We strongly believe that most people would make the necessary small changes in their everyday lives if they were better informed on how and more importantly WHY it is so important." PRforthePlanet is offering a heavily discounted distribution service to ethical, eco and environmentally friendly, sustainable businesses and products, causes, research and any organisation with the same core values. Bringing consumers the facts and alternatives is the main purpose of the advocacy project. Founder and advocate Renee Sofi has worked in sales and media releations for some years and says she simply cannot ignore the crimes being committed on our planet anymore. "There are no excuses anymore for business' and individuals to not make the small changes in their lives to minimise the impact on the oceans, landfills and overall health of not only the planet, but the health of their family and friends." "Governemnts are being forced to enforce changes like banning plastic bags as we are becoming more aware of the major problems single use plastics are having on our oceans, but I feel restaurants, cafes and businesses are not jumping on board. As consumers we have the right to demand alternatives be available." "If the environment is at the forefront of what you do, then we want to help you get your message heard. There are no more excuses and we will not rest until there is change." Ph# 0404 94 1234 There is no Planet B Ecosia, the tree planting Google alternative urges Australians to make the switch. 2018-04-27T00:19:26Z ecosia-the-tree-planting-google-alternative-urges-australians-to-make-the-switch According to a survey released in 2017 by the Climate Institute, 77% of Australians believe that climate change is occurring. 65% of Australians believe Australia should be a world leader in finding solutions to climate change. What if there was a tool that allowed Australians to become world leaders in fighting climate change? There is: Ecosia generally works like any other search engine, Google for example. Search engines make an incredible amount of money with online advertising. Unlike any other search engine, Ecosia invests 100% of its profits in reforestation projects all over the world. This means that by switching to Ecosia as a search engine, users can plant trees every day. An average Ecosia user helps finance 41 trees per year. If 1% of Australians switched to Ecosia, they could help plant an additional 10,155,700 trees. An average tree in Ecosia's reforestation project portfolio sequesters 50kg of CO2 over the course of its lifetime. This means that Australian Ecosia users could help take 507,785 tons of CO2 out of the atmosphere in one year. Help us make Australia a world leader in fighting climate change and spread the word about the tree planting alternative to Google and Co. For further information and interview requests, please get in touch with Jacey Bingler: You can find press images and videos in Ecosia's press section.