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We are really proud to announce that we have been certified with the Food Safety  Management System ISO 22000:2005.  ISO 22000 maps out what an organization needs to do to demonstrate its ability to control food safety hazards in order to ensure that food is safe.   In addition we have been certified with the Occupation Health & Safety Management System ISO 45001:2018. ISO 45001 is the world's international standard for occupational health and safety, issued to protect employees and visitors from work-related accidents and diseases. ISO 45001 certification was developed to mitigate any factors that can cause employees and businesses irreparable harm.  The above 2 certificates are the result of hard work and a long term commitment to our customers and staff to comply with...

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Some of the psychological benefits of cooking

Cooking creates bonds Cooking is a very intimate activity when you are cooking for others.  It is an act of caring, an act of giving, an intimate act.  It is an altruistic act because you give your energy and time for others without expecting something in return.  According to Dr. Ayelet Barak Nahum, culinary art therapist at the Tel Aviv University  “Cooking for others creates and affirms a primary bond. It can therefore be a very fulfilling and meaningful deed.' As a result, cooking for other creates bonds between the cook and those consuming the food, the very basic bond of survival and feeding.   Cooking creates a sense of self-care “There’s a self-care element in cooking,” according to Nedra Shield, a...

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Why does food need organising? Written by Ioanna Masoura MSc (Southampton), BSc (Reading) our nutritionist specialising in public health and nutrition

Many times while discussing nutrition related issues I hear people saying "it's hard to eat healthy", "I don't know how to cook, so I order delivery", "cooking is tiring", "a healthy diet is tasteless" and much more. Personally, I will not hide that cooking is something I like for various reasons like relaxing, experimenting, learning new materials and mostly having fun (I always hear music when I cook). But if you have nothing to do with cooking but you want to start eating healthy, I would tell you that the solution is in planning! So, let's go see my own practical tips: I'm preparing the weekly plan having in mind that it will definitely have pulses, fish, oil (e.g. beans...

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