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Chinese New Year 2017: Easy, Healthy Chinese Salad Recipes

Just one month after the Western New Year frivolities comes the Chinese New Year, and with it another zodiac symbol…this year, it’s the Rooster’s turn! So, what are the characteristics of those born in the year of the Rooster? First of all, it’s more specifically referred to as the Fire […]

Christmas Competition 2016: Share a Salad This Christmas

Christmas has slid into our lives again with its seasonal accompaniment of warmth, community and yuletide spirits. Anyone will admit to the sheer exhilaration they feel upon tearing open gifts under the tree, however, the magical element of Christmas won’t be found beneath paper and sellotape – it’s found in […]

Sleep Better: 5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Snooze

‘Made With Sunshine’ is our motto when it comes to growing salad, however, the night time is just as important to us when it comes to well-being. Sleep should be held in the same height of importance as fitness and eating, however, it is a neglected and under-appreciated cycle by […]

Sweet and Savoury Recipes: Florette's 'Swavoury' Month

At Florette, we love our home comforts and fresh, delicious simple recipes, but every now and then we like to experiment a little! This is why we’ve made sweet and savoury recipes or ‘Swavoury’ our theme for the month of November. So, what is ‘Swavoury’ you may ask? Well, it’s […]

Florette Halloween Competition: Florette's Top Horror Films on Netflix

It’s Halloween! Or Halloweekend, where the ghouls and ghosties of the underworld return to earth for a night of spooking, eating sweets and partying. But where on earth did this tradition materialise from? The Halloween holiday harks back to a Celtic tradition celebrated 2000 years ago by settlements in the UK, Ireland and Northern […]

Autumn Recipes: Warming Autumnal Salad Recipes

The autumnal equinox occurs every year on the 22, 23 or 24 September. It marks the moment the sun crosses the celestial equator which is a metaphoric line running across the sky parallel to the earth’s equator. In laymen’s terms, it means coats and wrapping up warm in preparation for […]