New bread and honey

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Haughton Honey

Radmore Farm at Haughton in Cheshire began harvesting raw English honey straight from the hive in 2014. Now they’ve launched a 900g pot, the equivalent of two and a half jars, of their 100 per cent natural honey featuring traces of dandelion, chestnut, blackberry, clover and other wild flowers

Haughton Honey, £5.95/340g or £12.95/900g from or Booths supermarkets


Bread for life

Two things to look out for in the world of bread – Heart of Nature‘s delicious traditional Polish flour- and yeast-free wholegrain, superseed, chia and rye loaves in six varieties including plum, goji berry and cranberry; and an initiative from the Breadwinners Foundation who are offering unemployed Londoners the opportunity to build a fresh bread delivery business, delivering bread from artisan bakers (Celtic Bakers and Gails to date) to the doorsteps of time-challenged, loaf-fancying Londoners.

Heart of Nature Polish loaves, from £3.99/500g available from; for details of the Breadwinners Foundation visit, #BreadStart


BioSnacky Desk Allotment

Tragic desk-bound workers can add a breath of green to their indoor lives with a BioSnacky Desk Allotment. Yes, BioSnacky sounds horrible, but ‘desk allotment’ conjures up all kinds of delightful visions – many fulfilled by this ingenious gadget which allows you to grow your own sprouting seeds (alfalfa, mung bean, red clover, quinoa and so on; there’s even a menopause seed pack) on a desk or windowsill, before harvesting for mini leaves to go in lunchtime sandwiches or on to salads.

BioSnacky Desk Allotment , from £4.99 (seeds from £1.29) for a small germinator from or