Pure Delish are a company whose reputation for wholesome foods with no compromise on taste have led to a dedicated fan-base and myriad food industry awards. Founded by Karen Staples around Christmas 1997, the company has grown from those humble beginnings into a leading producer of nutritious, healthy foods. Pure Delish have been producing their delicious, hand-crafted products for the last decade – and HealthPost carries a range of these gourmet delights.
The movement away from mass-produced and largely manufactured food-like substances is well underway, with more and more people turning their wallets – and tastebuds - towards good old-fashioned ‘real’ food. Whilst this zeitgeist emerged largely in the last few years, there are some clever folk who’ve been ahead of the game and are now well-established in the good food market.
From delicious paleo-friendly breakfast crumble, mueslis, decadent cereals, and grain-free snack bars with no nasties, Pure Delish certainly live up to their name, with something for every taste and dietary requirement. All hand-crafted and hand-packaged by a small team, you can be sure you’re getting a product made with care – and only recognisable, wholesome ingredients you might find in your own pantry.
At Pure Delish they follow a tightly managed NZ Food Safety Programme which is externally audited annually by an accredited inspection body. Their allergen management programme is tightly managed from incoming raw ingredients, through to the packing of finished goods. Gluten testing of all of their gluten free products is done monthly.
Original Chunky Nut Muesli is loaded with a 60% nuts, seeds and fruit. Blended by hand, then lightly toasted with a little New Zealand honey and olive oil until golden; we then add organic apricots and crunchy organic coconut to give an amazing natural flavour.
Good to know…
60% nuts, seeds and fruit
No wheat or dairy
High in fibre
No refined sugars
Source of protein, ALA omega-3, phosphorous, iron and zinc
High in selenium
No added salt
No artificial colour or flavours
Winner 2013 NZ Food Awards – cereals and breads category
This product contains selenium which is toxic in high doses. A daily dose of 150 micrograms for adults of selenium from dietary supplements should not be exceeded.