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29/01/2018

Why is Seedy Sunday Important?

  Infinity Foods is proud to sponsor Seedy Sunday for another year. This Sunday, 4th of February (10:30 – 16:00) sees the UK’s largest community seed swap coming back to Brighton & Hove, at BHASVIC (205 Dyke Road, Hove BN3 6EG). Seedy Sunday was started in 2002 and was the first seed swap in Britain. Seed saving…

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seedy sunday 2018

25/01/2018

Seedy Sunday is growing in 2018

  With biodiversity and soil quality on the decrease along with pesticides and plastics entering our food chain, small scale food and plant growing couldn’t be more important. Insects and butterflies have been  on the decline for well over four decades, as is the soil quality of the planet degrading. On this sad note there…

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07/12/2017

Festive shopping guide

  December is here and with it all our festive favourites, both new and old! As always we started looking for the best of ethical, organic, veggie and gluten-free (and everything in between!) products many months ago to make sure we could get our hands on enough to satisfy demands! So whether its for your…

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16/10/2017

New products October 2017

October has brought us some great new products, so I’m going to give you a brief rundown on some of the most exciting ones.

Cheezy Pumpkin Macaroni Bake

There are so many different ways to make a delicious vegan macaroni cheese and since it’s the pumpkin season, I’m going to share with you one of my favourites!

Pumpkin French toast with maple syrup

Pumpkin pancakes and pumpkin pie seem to be fairly popular recipes for this time of year and as much as I love both of these things, I also love being creative and trying to come up with new ideas. I was so happy with how these pumpkin infused slices of French toast came out, I…

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04/10/2017

creating roosting spaces for bats

Infinity Foods has recently given funding towards a bat box project in the city, led by Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Huw Morgan and Ryan Greaves in collaboration with Brighton & Hove City Council, Sussex Bat Group and local parks’ Friends groups.