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WaxWrap pimp up your picnic

We all love a picnic but most of us tend to wrap our food in clingfilm and plastic bags which is not great for the environment in a number of ways. WaxWrap though is a great alternative. With all their wraps you can easily wrap any food easily and securely thanks to WaxWrap beeswax waxed organic cotton flexible wrapping sheets. As these are reusable they are not just helping the environment, but helps cuts down on waste, as well as making your picnic or lunch box look blinging.

Courtesy of The Food Marketing Experts I was kindly gifted a box of WaxWrap three pre-cut wraps to test out on my next picnic. I was highly impressed with the wraps as they did not just look pretty but kept everything in-tact and fresh.

WaxWrap

WaxWrap was founded with the goal of providing sustainable solutions for a zero waste lifestyle, without compromising convenience, offering an eco-friendly alternative to plastic wrap and aluminium foil.

WaxWrap is made from 100% natural materials, and is plastic-free. They are made from organic cotton cloth and coated in a mixture of natural beeswax, antimicrobial pine resin and antibacterial jojoba oil, giving it pliability and allowing food to breathe keeping fresh. The wraps are extremely flexible, and neatly fold around a variety of foods and even useful for covering bowls.

WaxWraps are

  • Natural (non toxic)
  • Can be reused and washed
  • Long lasting
  • Keeps food fresher
  • Saves money and the environment
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Truckle Cheese British cheese at it’s best

Good cheese always leads to great conversation and this cheese by Truckle is certainly one to shout out about as their cheese is the most tastiest and creamiest cheese I have ever had.

On a courtesy basis I was given a PR sample of their hamper full of cheese, cheese and more cheese.

Truckle Cheese

Truckle Cheese is passionate about British cheese so they only ever source and sell outstanding and delicious tasting British cheeses and accompaniments.

Their heart is in the rural farming community and with over 15 years within this specialist sector they are highly trusted from the quality and consistency of their produce.

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A 1940s Squiffy Picnic – Cahoots

Travelling into London via train today I was on a journey to venture back to the 1940s to dine on a hamper of classic British picnic delights along with some classic war time entertainment courtesy of Cahoots.

Cahoots

Inspired by true events that occurred in post-war Britain, The Captain of Cahoots has brought Soho’s illicit and nocturnal escapades from the era back to life.

Cahoots is a themed style old tube station with a cocktail bar which is set under the streets of Soho.

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The owl (me) and the pussycats – GoBoat

GoBoat has to be the most fun and the most highly pleasurable experiences that has come about recently in London.  It opened up back in February 2017 in Merchant Square (Paddington) however I only discovered about them via a friend recently.  I am so happy that I did as this has to be one of the best ways to experience the London canals of Paddington, Little Venice and Camden.  Continue reading

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