You need over 40 different kinds of vitamins and minerals every day for good health. Since there is no single food that contains them all, it is important to eat a wide variety of foods each day, in the right amounts for you.
There are some foods which provide us with a more nutritious mouthful, and we believe that we should all be including more of these foods in our diets. Lucky for you, we’ve put together a ‘healthy larder’ with a variety of these foods and why they are nutritious and delicious to help you on your way.
Find out what's in our healthy larder
Cherries, Guava, Blackcurrants, Strawberries, Oranges, Paw-paw, Figs, Blueberries, Elderberries, Lemons, Canteloupe melon, Loganberries, Apricots, Custard apple, Pomelo, Mangoes, Kiwi fruit, Prunes, Raspberries, Redcurrants, Clementines.
Red hot chilli peppers, Spring greens, Spinach, Curly kale, Purple Sprouting broccoli, Carrots, Mushrooms, Red peppers, Brussels sprouts, Swiss chard, Radish leaves, Watercress, Savoy cabbage, Broccoli, Yellow peppers, Baby carrots, Green peppers, Peas, Baby sweetcorn, Sweet potato, January King cabbage.
Wheatgerm, Walnuts, Brazil nuts, Wheat bran, Blackeye beans, Green and brown lentils, Pinto beans, Soya beans, Sunflower seeds, Cashew nuts, Peanuts, Red kidney beans, Chick peas, Mung beans, Wholemeal spaghetti, Oatmeal, Red lentils, Pine nuts, Whole grain barley, Almonds, Pumpkin seeds.