What’s Catching Our Eye In The Supermarket

What’s Catching Our Eye In The Supermarket

The food world revolves as quickly as the fashion world these days. To put you at the front of the queue for all that’s new, here are the supermarket food items getting us excited this month. From bone broths that pack a wellness punch to charcoal bread that can help digestion and vegan ice cream that actually tastes like the real thing, there’s a trolley load of temptation to check out…

Boosh Bone Broth, Now £3.99 (Was £4.99)

If you love the benefits of a homemade stock or broth but aren’t able to make it at home, turn to Boosh. Simmered for over 16 hours to produce a broth rich in protein, collagen and healthy amino acids, the range includes Asian-Spiced Organic Chicken as well as Beef and Chicken.

Available at Ocado.com

CanO Water, £0.89

One of the most environmentally friendly and recyclable alternatives to single-use plastic bottles, CanO Water comes with a cool monochrome design. Whether you go still or sparkling options, the promise is, if you recycle your can, it will be back on the shelf in as little as six weeks.

Available at Ocado.com

Cham, £4.99

If you’re keen to add a sweet yet healthy touch to breakfast, teatime or desserts, Cham is your new best friend. An alternative to classic, sugar-loaded jam, Cham is nothing but fresh fruit, bound by omega 3-rich chia seeds for that jam-like texture. Vegan and gluten-free, it comes in Strawberry, Blueberry and Raspberry flavours.

Available at Ocado.com

Modern Baker Social Charcoal Sourdough Loaf, Now £3.23 (Was £4.85)

Believers in the long-fermented loaf, Modern Baker creates bread with good provenance, nutritional benefits and great taste. Fermented over 48 hours to reduce sugar and keep you feeling heathy, its sourdough contains activated charcoal to help your digestive system.

Available at Ocado.com

Jude’s Ice Cream, £2.50

Dairy-free ice cream is more popular than ever. Jude’s has raised the stakes with two new vegan, oat-based ice creams: Vanilla Bean, made with Madagascan bourbon vanilla; and Salted Caramel, with both salted caramel swirl and cinder toffee pieces. There is more to come from this new range in 2020.

Available at Sainsbury's.com

Potts, £2.85

Mayonnaise has been reinvented by Potts. Its Miso iteration is ideal with panko-coated chicken goujons, in a prawn and avocado wrap, or to add interest to coleslaw. The Harissa Spiced blend is amazing with sweet potato fries, in a falafel-stuffed pitta or to lift barbecued lamb. The Honey Chipotle is a great dip for crab cakes or dolloped into the ultimate BLT sandwich.

Available at Ocado.com

Amisa Crispbread, £1.99

The humble legume has lofty ambitions, realised by Amisa with these new flatbreads. Crispy and light, they lend themselves to both sweet and savoury toppings, with the wheat-free, gluten-free and yeast-free options offering more than your average carb-heavy cracker.

Available at Ocado.com

Magic Sprinkles, £1

Marks & Spencer has created a special blend of marvellousness for its Cook With M&S range. Adding an instant flavour boost to almost anything from gravy and dressings to chips, eggs, roasted veg, popcorn and even a Bloody Mary, Magic Sprinkles is a mix of dried herbs, onions, garlic and seasoning.

Available In Store 

Waitrose Easy to Cook Sesame & Miso Half Chicken, £4.79

Our love of Asian flavours knows no bounds, so we were delighted to spot this new addition to our fridge’s favourite ready-to-eat range. The half chicken is marinated with garlic, soy sauce, miso, sesame oil and mirin, and garnished with white sesame seeds and parsley. We’ll be teaming it with sticky rice and pak choi.

Available at Waitrose.com

Marmite Crunchy Peanut Butter, £2.50

 A collab to get excited about if you're a toast, crumpet or bagel fan. Marmite plus peanut butter equals a delicious anytime spread that's rich in B vitamins and contains no added sugar or palm oil.

Available at all major supermarkets

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