December 7, 2017 6:56 am Leave your thoughts
Some of the many sacks of lovely food that we send out of our building are, we know, destined for adventurers. We supply a number of yachts and boats, sailing across rough and stormy seas all round the world, with our bags of oats, sugar, grains and pulses for ballast. We supply explorers touching base briefly, before heading back out into the wilds on walking, climbing and sailing trips. And we’ve just spent an interesting year supplying the ‘survival’ contestants of Channel 4’s Eden, with the dry food they needed to feed themselves, bake bread, build shelters, and…um, fall out energetically with one another.
Our own business at Naturally Good Food started as an adventure itself – one run from a kitchen table, with a small group of friends. We’re still on an adventure now: we aim to supply other adventurers of all kinds, wherever they are, with the very best organic, natural, wholefood and free-from foods.
Wholefoods for adventurers
Adventurers are good at planning. They have itineraries, back-up plans and proper, long-lasting supplies. That’s why so many of our adventurous customers buy wholefoods from us. Grains, pulses, rice, oats, dried fruit, nuts and seeds are the foodstuffs that give you the best sources of energy and nutrition. You need hearty bowls of wholefoods to power you through the morning climbs, the afternoon hikes and the evening swims. See all our wholefoods here.
Bulk foods for adventurers
Adventurers tend to buy from us in bulk and then work their way steadily through their rations. As they’re generally out of easy reach of corner shops, adventurers need to ensure that they never run out of a vital ingredient. So we supply them with all manner of organic, wholefood and free-from foods in bulk. You can see our full bulk range here. Perhaps a bulk bag of flour, sugar, beans or rice is just what your adventure needs?
Free from food for adventurers
There’s no reason on earth why a dietary restriction should prevent you from adventuring. With today’s amazing range of gluten-free and dairy-free products, there’s a real alternative to all standard foodstuffs. At Naturally Good Food we take care to stock alternatives that have real nutritional value. Our gluten-free range includes products made with a variety of protein-rich grains, for instance – while our dairy-free products are fortified to give them the ideal nutritional make-up. See our full free from range here.
Energy products for adventurers
Our adventurers fuel themselves properly in advance, but they often take energy-rich snacks with them when they’re on the go. Here are some of our customers’ favourites:
- Raw and natural snack bars: snack bars such as Rawbite, Fairground and Hemp9 are ideal sources of wholly natural energy, based purely on seeds, dried fruit and nuts, all mashed together.
- Chocolate and raw cacao: chocolate is the ideal power food – but if you’re not keen on the sugary stuff, then our 100% raw cacao nibs and bars give you the chocolate hit without any of the other stuff.
- Nuts, seeds and dried fruit: make your own trail mix from our selection of nuts, seeds and dried fruit, including some really unusual options.
- Sports drinks and natural supplements: we stock a great range of natural supplements and sports drinks, including coconut water and beetroot juice, intended to help you meet your fitness and adventuring goals naturally and safely.
Life…it’s either a great adventure, or nothing, as Helen Keller said. Let us help you on your adventure!
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This post was written by Yzanne