November 7, 2018 6:31 am Leave your thoughts
Biona is one of Naturally Good Food’s best-selling brands: for us, it’s a super-brand! As they celebrate 20 years of making the best organic foods available to us all, it seems like the perfect time to say Happy Birthday to them – and to take a look at what they do.
Biona is part of the Windmill Organics group, which champions great-tasting, thoughtfully prepared food, designed to complement an ethical lifestyle. The farmers Biona work with don’t use chemical pesticides or herbicides on crops, and they don’t grow genetically modified plants. Biona also make sure they use only sustainable farming methods and do not work their land intensively. The company believes in 100% traceability for all its products; they know all their ingredients are of the highest quality, completely natural and fully suitable for vegetarians.
Our Biona products
All of this makes Biona a perfect match for our own values – and their range stretches right across all of our own categories. Indeed, there’s barely a shelf in our warehouse on which we don’t stock a Biona product.
We have plenty, for example, in our general savoury categories:
- Biona tinned beans and lentils
- Biona noodles, pasta and pasta sauces, and rice
- Biona preserved vegetables
- Biona bread: pizza bases and speciality bread, such as pumpernickel and rye
- Biona polenta and corn cakes
- Biona long-life tofu
- Biona lentil soup
- Biona relishes and sauces, including mayonnaise
And in our sweet categories:
We’ve got Biona breakfast products:
- Nut and chocolate butters and spreads, including Cocobella cacao and coconut spread and Coconut Bliss Butter
And sweets and snacks:
- Plain-chocolate and milk-chocolate-coated nuts of all kinds
- Organic, gelatin-free sweets, including peppermints
There are also Biona juices:
And sugars and sweeteners:
- Natural concentrates and sweeteners, including coconut blossom nectar
- Sugars including coconut sugar and rapadura sugar
Finally, we’re proud to stock Biona’s coconut specialities:
- Coconut flour, creamed block coconut, coconut milk and coconut oil (including odourless coconut oil).
Are you a Biona fan?
There’s something for all our customers with Biona – and their products fly off our shelves. If you’re one of their fans, you might like to check out their amazing recipe section on their website: http://www.biona.co.uk/page-199.html. (I especially like the sound of their current top recipe: game-changing vegan banana walnut pancakes.) They’ve got recipes for drinks, dips, starters, main courses and desserts – and a whole section for those special days on which it can sometimes be hard to find vegetarian alternatives. Check out their Christmas and Boxing Day recipes, as the big days approach…Festive falafels and Vegan Eggnog, anyone?
Biona have a great Instagram feed, a healthy presence on twitter and an energetic facebook page. They’re well worth following – as is the lifestyle they both recommend and make possible, thanks to their products.
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This post was written by Yzanne