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Time for Tea

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Organic wellbeing company, Pukka Herbs, have launched its new tea, Feel New, expertly blended by Master Herbsmith and practicing Medical Herbalist, Sebastian Pole, to help you feel and look like your best self.

Feel New is blended with the finest medicinal-grade organic herbs and spices including aniseed, fennel, cardamom, and the much-loved spice, turmeric. These super-spices are used to stimulate and support the processes within the liver and digestive system. An aromatic warming blend to leave you feeling at your best.

Available from Sainsbury’s shops nationwide and online at www.pukkaherbs.com for an RRP of £2.99.

Brunch in Brixton

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Roe in Brixton have a new weekend brunch menu. Showcasing chef Simon Whiteside’s passion for sustainable British seafood, Roe’s menu delights diners with delectable twists on much-loved classics. Available on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-3pm, guests can enjoy a complimentary glass of Prosecco or Bloody Mary with any of the exciting dishes which are priced at £9 per person. Reflecting Roe’s signature modern British style, the menu includes; Poached eggs with home smoked trout and hollandaise, Cod and chorizo scotch egg with grilled squash, and Baked smoked haddock, leek and cheddar gratin with soda bread. Roe, situated in a shipping container within the heart of Pop Brixton, has become a local favourite since opening last month

Fizz Free

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With low and no alcohol becoming a fast-growing lifestyle choice, and last month’s Dry January was  the biggest yet, the latest release from premium sparkling wine brand Freixenet has launched its first ever 0% alcohol free sparkling wine!

Available in White and Rosé, the 0% range is the perfect choice for non-drinkers, designated drivers, expectant mothers, or for those that are simply trying to cut down on their alcohol intake over the coming months. Available for £5, from Tesco stores nationwide.

Out to Sea

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Could sea vegetables be the missing superfood in your healthy diet?  Although they’re a staple food in countries such as Japan, we still eat relatively little of them in the UK. Sea vegetables – also known as seaweeds – are especially nutrient-dense and are a valuable source of the vital mineral iodine, which is often lacking elsewhere in our diets. SHORE have released their new healthy snacks Seaweed Puffs (£1.25), as moreish as crisps, but at less than 100 calories per 22.5g bag and packed with nutrients, antioxidants, electrolytes, vitamins and minerals.