16 November 2012

Good Natured - review

If you are looking for a healthy side to go along with the winter warming stews, pies and pastas Good Natured is a great option.



The award winning brand grow their fruit, veg, salad, herbs and potatoes in tunnels and glasshouses and by using natural predators like ladybirds they are able to provide your 5 a day in the best possible way - completely pesticide residue free.

Each product has a quirky name like 'Razzle Dazzle Basil' and 'Perfect Peppers' which makes them appeal to kid by bringing an element of fun to food that they may not always want to eat!



We received some 'Tantalising Baby Plum Tomatoes' to review and they really were delicious. The Mr likes to pop a few in his lunch box and I like them combined with salad. They lasted a long time in the fridge staying firm for several days and I really enjoyed the fresh taste and juiciness. They are priced competitively in comparison with supermarket products and they make a great snack to have to hand as an alternative to the biscuit barrel!




Good Natured's website has lots of information on where the produce is grown and a recipe page to inspire you to whip up something wonderful.

The Seasonal Calendar is helpful too as it informs you of which products will be available in store and when.



You can pick up your Good Natured products from Tesco, Asda and Morrisons.


*We received a voucher to purchase Good Natured products for the purpose of this review. The opinions given are honest and our own*


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