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Zingy Ginger Energy Kick: Why You Should Get More Ginger In Your Life

Ginger is a powerful punchy ingredient, featured in all Flawsome! sustainable health shots, selected for its ancient health-boosting properties, it’s spicy taste and nutritional components! As early as 2000 years ago, people in Asia, the Middle East and India were using ginger as a stomach settler and digestion aid. These days, scientists and nutritionists have studied ginger and confirmed its nutritional qualities, digestive abilities and anti-inflammatory properties. It’s even suggested that ginger can support recovery from coughs and colds, soothe aches and pains, and reduce tiredness.   HOW CAN GINGER GIVE ME A HEALTH KICK?   As we’ve mentioned, ginger is a...

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Chelsea Webster
The Flawsome! Guide to Understanding Food Waste

The Flawsome! Guide to Understanding Food Waste

Why is food waste a problem? Well… there isn’t a single problem with food waste, there are many interlinking problems!    Wasted Resources - When food goes to waste, it's not only the food that is wasted, we’re also wasting the valuable resources that go into creating food. Growing food uses energy, water and fertile soil, so by wasting food we are also wasting these things too.  Large Scale Issue - The scale of food waste is staggering. How staggering? Let us tell you… Of all the food grown all over the world, approximately one third is wasted! When you think of...

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Karina Sudenyte
Schools saving wonky fruit!

Schools saving wonky fruit!

Let's take it back a few years... Flawsome! started as a wonky idea when founders Maciek and Karina noticed a huge problem with aesthetic standards on supermarket shelves wondering 'why are all the fruits so perfect?'. Being brought up eating all shapes and sizes of fruit on their nan's farm, they did some digging. To their surprise, they found out that not all the fruits grown on farms gets used, with 1 in 3 of these going to waste.  Do you know why? It's because they don't look right. They are too small, too big, too wonky and because the...

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