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Six Questions from Greencity with Clever Kombucha

Greencity prides itself on working with so many fantastic small producers, and we decided we love them so much we should let them tell all of our customers a bit more about themselves. Over the next few months we’ll be using our blog to introduce you to many of these businesses - people who are passionate about what they [...]

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Natural Vanilla

You may have noticed a significant increase in price due to much reduced availability of vanilla recently.Prices have soared in the last year since a cyclone hit Madagascar; the world's largest producer of vanilla, supplying over 80% of the world's yield. This has led to a shortage of vanilla and an increase in price, reaching $500-$600 per kilo. Only saffron has [...]

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Spring Cleaning

Hello! I'm Marie Savage, co-founder of independent household cleaning product manufacturer, Humblestuff. Now that it's Spring, it's a good time to think about spring cleaning.Spring cleaning has deep cultural significance in many parts of the world. For example, the Chinese new year takes place later than the Western new year and closer to the start of Spring. The Chinese [...]

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2018 Sugar Tax

LIPS LIKE SUGARApril sees a major change in the drinks industry, with the introduction of the sugar tax. We thought we would provide some information to help you to understand the consequences, and how it will affect you through pricing. This increase is applied at source, so you will see an increase in the price of affected products [...]

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Dark Speckled Lentils

Some of our customers may have had difficulty locating "Puy-Type" lentils on our website over the last few weeks.  We were recently contacted by DEFRA, who asked us to remove the words "Puy" and "Puy-Type" from our products now known as Dark Speckled Lentils. "Puy" lentils are AOC protected (appellation d'origine contrôlée) and only come from the region of Le [...]

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