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04 Dec

We would like to thank you for your continued support over the last three years. It has only been possible to grow our range of products and Brand with your belief in us. During this time, we have not increased the price of our products despite the continuous rise in service expenses. With immediate effect, we shall have to increase the prices by 10% on some of our products.

We can no more avoid the growing expenses that go into the production of our products. There has been an undeniable rise in prices of raw-materials that we use.

As you know well, we have never compromised the quality of ingredient in our products even in the hardest of times. We endeavour to keep going with the agenda of excellent quality and for that an increase in price is an apparent necessity. Thank you for your understanding and support.

30 Oct


Halloween evolved from the ancient Celtic holiday of Samhain, but Halloween today is less about the fear of ghosts and ghouls and more about costumes and candy. The Celts, who used the day to mark the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter, also believed that the change of seasons was a bridge to the world of the dead. Over the centuries, Halloween transitioned from a pagan ritual to a day of parties, costumes, jack-o-lanterns and sweet treats for kids and adults.

Gaels believed that it was a time when the walls between our world and the next became thin and porous, allowing spirits to pass through, come back to life on the day and damage their crops. Places were set at the dinner table to appease and welcome the spirits. Gaels would also offer food and drink, and light bonfires to ward off the evil spirits.

The origins of trick or treating and dressing up were in the 16th century in Ireland, Scotland and Wales where people went door-to-door in costume asking for food in exchange for a poem or song. Many dressed up as souls of the dead and were understood to be protecting themselves from the spirits by impersonating them. More about that below.
The Christian origin of the holiday is that it falls on the days before the feast of All Hallows, which was set in the eighth century to attempt to stamp out pagan celebrations. Christians would honour saints and pray for souls who have not yet reached heaven


26 Aug


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26 Aug

Stay Lean Cajun Chicken

This is a very tasty, easy meal that you can add to your Stay
Lean plan. Simply season a chicken breast with a sprinkling of Cajun spice, a pinch of salt and some black pepper and sear in a lightly oiled griddle pan.
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