7 Reasons To Get Reacquainted With The Selfridges Food Hall

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London’s iconic department store hasn’t missed a beat when it comes to London’s revolutionary new wellness soundtrack. Over the last six months, the Selfridges Food Hall has become a healthy foodie mecca and could almost be mistaken for a Wholefoods Market with its perfectly curated collection of beautifully packaged and wholesome goodies.

We’ve got the spotlight on 7 not to be missed brands, all British born (mostly start-ups), all bursting with goodness, and all ready for collection during your next Oxford St jaunt.

  • Livia’s Crumble

    Olivia Wollenberg makes crumble. But not just any old crumble. Livia’s Crumble is packed full of nutritious ingredients and fresh fruit, which is why they’ve become an almost overnight success. With a range of six crumbles in seasonal flavours including Mixed Berries, Coconut and Goji Crumble, and Banana, Coconut and Cacao Crumble – every gorgeously packaged pudding includes the staple ingredients of jumbo oats, almonds, pecans, maple syrup and coconut oil. Livia’s creations are, in their own right, a perfect reason to schedule your next visit to Selfridges. 

    www.liviascrumble.com

    7 Reasons To Get Reacquainted With The Selfridges Food Hall

    Image: Livia’s Crumble

  • PRESS

    As of 5th January, London-based cold pressed juice brand PRESS have taken up a permanent residency in the Selfridges Food Hall. With a very cool “LA to London” vibe and their ‘life in balance’ philosophy, PRESS have launched with a range of six lifestyle tonics, milks, juice blends and Californian health shakes. For eats, PRESS are also offering their ‘Amazeball’ range of superfood bliss balls.

    www.press-london.com

     

    7 Reasons To Get Reacquainted With The Selfridges Food Hall

    Image: PRESS

  • Qnola

    London-based model and nutritionist, Danielle Copperman, began making her own gluten-free granola when she realised there really wasn’t anything on the market, which didn’t rely on heavily processed grains. Thus, Qnola was born. ‘Wake Up Well,’ is the tagline behind this healthy alternative to commercial cereals, since it does not contain gluten, additives, preservatives and refined sugar (as many supermarket varieties do). Instead, Qnola contains a unique combination of raw nuts, coconut flakes, chia seeds and superfood powders.

    >> READ our interview with Danielle.

    www.qnola.co.uk

    7 Reasons To Get Reacquainted With The Selfridges Food Hall

    Image: Qnola

  • inSpiral

    Creators and king of kale chips, inSpiral pride themselves on producing visionary products bursting with super foods to restore our bodies to optimum health. As well as producing a range of super food powders, inSpiral use their own products in a number of other products like their kale chips and raw tarts. From a company with deeps roots in the UK’s alternative lifestyle scene, inSpiral care deeply about raw, organic food and are at the cutting edge of optimum nutrition.

    www.inspiral.co

    7 Reasons To Get Reacquainted With The Selfridges Food Hall

    Image: inSpiral

  • Daylesford

    Daylesford have a relatively strong presence in the Selfridges Food Hall is a deli counter to themselves, serving daily organic seasonal salads, grilled salmon steaks and the Daylesford in-house range of cold-pressed juice. The renowned Gloucestershire farmers have spread their wings beyond Notting Hill and Pimlico (where you dine on a full menu of organic goodies), with their Selfridges counter.

    >> READ about the new ‘Eat to be Healthy’ campaign.

    www.daylesford.com

    7 Reasons To Get Reacquainted With The Selfridges Food Hall

    Image: Daylesford

  • Pip & Nut

    Pippa Murray, a 26 year old British entrepreneur determined to escape her corporate job, threw in the towel last year, saving her pennies to launch Pip & Nut – a new range of nut butters. She succeeded in raising the funds (with the help of a Crowdcube campaign which generated £120,000) to commercialise her natural peanut, almond and coconut butters – which are now available in Selfridges. Once you’ve scooped from these cute-as-a-squirrel jars you’ll never go back to a conventional brand… #naturalnuttiness.

    www.pipandnut.com

    7 Reasons To Get Reacquainted With The Selfridges Food Hall

    Image: Pip & Nut

  • Mylk Made

    Mylk Made do just as the name suggests – they make mylk, and have popped up in the Food Hill for the second time. Another nutritionally inspired start-up taken under the Selfridges wing, Mylk Made produce plant-based, organic, raw nut milks which they’ve positioned as nourishing and alkalising. Lucy Hill, who calls herself the Head Mylk Made is a mylk devotee – posting her creative concoctions (like spiced hemp matcha latte) on the Mylk Made Facebook page. Check it out.

    >>READ about the benefits of dairy-free milk alternatives.

    www.mylkmade.co.uk

    7 Reasons To Get Reacquainted With The Selfridges Food Hall

    Image: Mylk Made

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