Introducing Bia Beauty, a new Irish handmade natural skin care range.
Cork based Herbal Scientist Tracey Ryan has produced this lovely range using simple, natural food ingredients.
All the ingredients are plant based & there’s no hidden nasty stuff – obviously nothing is tested on animals.
We have an Orange & Grapefruit Facial Exfoliant, an Apple Blossom Body Butter, a Lemon Myrtle Hand Cream, a Mellow Mandarin Moisturiser and A Detox Body Scrub in store now.
Thursday 9th May is our annual Alzheimer Tea Day. Just drop in & try one of our 80 or more different types of tea & make a donation to the Alzheimer Society of Ireland.
There’s no purchase necessary.
Anne & Dearbhla will also be baking so there’ll be a little something to nibble on just ion case your cuppa is too wet without it- Dearbhla’s will be gluten free too.
Through the generosity of our customers, we’ve raised hundreds of euro over the past few years & we’d be really grateful if you could help us to support this valuable cause. We’ll have the kettle on from about 10.00am.
We are open to day (Good Friday) & Easter Saturday from 9.30am – 5.30pm as normal. We will be closed on Easter Sunday and Monday.
We will reopen at 9.30am on Tuesday 2nd April.
Have a great weekend everyone.
Tofu, our Food Festival pig was beginning to look a little jaded after two years of non-stop partying and personal appearances (she’s still trying to live down that night at Zeta’s).
So, we took her away this weekend to the Blasta Spa in Stradbally and gave her a complete makeover. She’s had a fresh coat of make-up (Dulux “A Hint of Pink” is her favourite), a snout job and, ahem, a tail tuck.
She’s now looking absolutely fabulous and ready to meet her public at the West Waterford Festival of Food from 11th – 14th April. Programme details & tickets are available from www.westwaterfordfestivaloffood.com
The Rude Health Show may be no more, but there will be Rude Health events around the country across the year. One such event is in being held as part of this year’s West Waterford Festival of Food. “A Raw Food Revolution” will be at Dungarvan Town Hall on Saturday 13th April from 2pm – 3.30pm.
Raw Food is a real phenomenon at the moment & this event is sure to be a hit. We’ve been lucky enough to attract award winning raw foodie Natasha Czopor, of Natasha’s Living food, to do a demo. Natasha is appearing with popular local Nutritionist Jess Keane and former San Francisco based Raw Food Chef Conor Foran (now of Lawlor’s Hotel in Dungarvan).
Tickets are just €10.00 & are available from the Wine Buff, Blasta Wholefoods and on line at www.westwaterfordfestivaloffood.com
Today’s new Irish product range is Cookies of Character.
Small batches are hand made in in the traditional way in Dumanway Co Cork, without artificial colours, preservatives or flavours.
The marriage between Irish ingredients including flours, free range eggs & spring water and fine Belgian chocolate & bourbon vanilla, has us on the way to being addicted already.
We have three flavours in stock, Oat & Raisin, Chocolate Chip & my personal favourite Baci di Dama (ladies kisses). Yum
We’ve just taken delivery of our first batch of Sheridan’s Brown-bread crackers for cheese.
You may have seen these the other night on Nationwide after they won a top award from the Irish Food Writers’ Guild.
They’re Irish through and through. Made in Dunmanway, Co Cork with stone ground flour from Macroom, Bandon Co-op butter, and buttermilk produced by the Cronin family in Belgooly.
We hear that there are three shifts working around the clock to keep up with demand for this superb product.
If you’re suffering from irritable bowel, constipation, cystitis, thrush or candida you may want to drop into our next in store event.
Nutritionist Serena O’Connor will be here on Thursday 14th March to answer your queries. There’s no need to make an appointment, just drop in store between 10.30am – 3.00pm.
Free samples will be available courtesy of Lepicol & Bio-Kult.