Stories

9th June 2015

Plant Pathways and Pukka Pathways

Not everyone understands that food and plants supply information to the body, but we can’t over-emphasise the importance of this plant information concept. A single food plant such as a tomato, if vine ripened and allowed to develop its full phytochemical potential before being harvested and eaten, contains around 1000 different phytochemical compounds recognised by science.

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13th May 2015

Why we’re wild about licorice

Sweet, earthy and delicious, licorice harmonises the perfect cup of tea. At Pukka we love it so much that we’ve developed a new organic and FairWild Three Licorice tea to celebrate the wonders of this sweet root.

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5th May 2015

MoonWalking

On Saturday 16th May, thousands of women and men wearing the trademark brightly decorated bras will once again Power Walk through the streets of London from Clapham Common at Midnight, to raise money and awareness for breast cancer. They'll be taking part in The MoonWalk London, an iconic fundraising challenge, organised by grant-making breast cancer charity Walk the Walk.

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2nd April 2015

Pukka becomes carbon neutral

Carbon neutrality is a massive undertaking, but hugely important for people, plants and planet. We’ve made some progress and we want to make more – with your help we really can make a positive change for all of us.

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31st March 2015

Rainbow food and Phytonutrients

In the first of a new series of articles, Dr. Rob Verkerk from ANH International explains the benefits of phytonutrients and a rainbow diet

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26th March 2015

The Eden Project - Regeneration and the art of the possible

Around the late 1990s a small group of people gathered in pubs, hotels and offices to talk about an idea – to create a place like nothing anyone had ever seen before; a place that explored our place in nature, a place that demonstrated what could be done if people who wanted to make a difference got together.

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