Shewee are proud to announce that the 2013 Vitality Show was an enormous success for the company with one Shewee being sold every minute and the Shewee website enjoying record breaking hits! The Shewee stand was situated directly opposite the toilets at the show, meaning women using the facilities were flocking to buy the innovative item after realising they no longer had to sit on a toilet seat in someone else's drips and stains.
Ayurveda Pura Health Spa became one of the winners of the Second English Hair and Beauty Awards 2013, having won in the category "Spa of the Year". The Awards were based on public nominations, and this year the English Hair and Beauty Awards received a staggering 10,000 votes which covered the 21 specialist categories.
The Littlecote Soap Co. are British producers of handmade organic bath product ranges made using time-honoured artisan methods and natural ingredients. Inspired by the surrounding countryside, each ethical range is beautifully packaged and made from traditional recipes with exclusively designed perfumes that are quintessentially English with contemporary twists.
In the current economic climate, when profit margins are tight and businesses need to be as competitive as possible, it's more important than ever to trim down your costs. But while you're chasing sales, negotiating deals and counting every penny, you're probably also spending money on energy you don't need. If you think reducing your carbon footprint will take too much time and money, think again.
The horsemeat scandal has exposed two major flaws in our food system: too little traceability and too much processed food. Too few of us now know where our food comes from, and when it comes to food in our schools and hospitals, we cannot even check the label. This is why the Soil Association has taken up the challenge of transforming catering across the UK.
Research commissioned by Food Tourism Connect, the campaign to promote food in the Liverpool City Region has found that many people still aren't aware of the many local food producers in the region. Similarly, purchasing local food appeared relatively unimportant for most of those surveyed, with just seven per cent saying that they felt that buying locally sourced food was very important to them. Despite this, many respondents could identify several reasons for eating locally sourced food.