Welcome to the September edition of our Monthly Newsletter. Although the arrival of Spring means longer and lighter days, those beautiful blossoms can also mean runny noses and itchy eyes for some. Read on for a few tips to ease the season’s impact with simple dietary changes and get some info from our gardening gurus too!
Welcome to our May Newsletter , we had a great week at the beginning of this month celebrating National Organic Week and profiling all the fabulous local organic businesses with in-store tastings and specials. Thank you to you all for supporting them and supporting us too.
Welcome to our April newsletter. The end of this month is the start of National Organic Week, so keep a look out for all things organic happening here in Hawke’s Bay and read on for more information. Easter will soon be upon us and we wanted to remind you that being an ethical consumer is important too when buying chocolate!
Welcome to Autumn! Yes it has definitely arrived, with cooler mornings and shorter days, but still some lovely warm weather. Check out the gardening advice from Jo Duff of Kahikatea Farms who grows our lovely perennial plants and herbs and learn more about our packaging too.
Welcome back to our monthly newsletters for 2019. I hope you have all managed to get a break over January and to enjoy the hot weather we have been having. As the year starts to run away with us again we hope you are all set for another year with all that it may bring, and we wish you all the very best for 2019, and thank you for your custom and support.
Last month we focused on Spring allergies and Spring gardening and now that the warmer weather is finally here, many of you may be thinking of doing a bit of a detox. Spring cleaning is great for our homes and can be for beneficial for our bodies and minds too!
Welcome to Spring! It is officially here and with the warmer weather comes pollen, sneezing and runny noses if you have a susceptibility to hay fever and airborne allergens. Well we have some good advice for those allergy sufferers and also some tips from our two awesome gardening gurus who deliver our wonderful seedlings.
This month is Plastic Free July. And while the idea of not buying any single use plastic for a month might seem daunting, we've made it easier by compiling a list of everyday staples and their non- plastic substitutes. Also specials on Shopping bags, Stainless steel straws, Beeswax wraps and more!
Welcome to the mid-winter edition of our monthly newsletters. We are certainly having a good deal of cold, wet and wintry weather and it’s not even the shortest day yet! This month we are focusing on immunity and support for those winter coughs and colds with ideas for delicious and therapeutic herbal teas.
Last Month from 9th -15th April, New Zealand celebrated its first ever Organic Week. The idea was to showcase to the wider public the diverse and wide ranging organic products, producers, growers and suppliers here in Aotearoa. At Cornucopia we wanted to highlight and showcase what is happening locally, with the abundant number of organic suppliers.
Autumn is officially here! The mornings are cooler but our Hawkes Bay days are still warm and sunny. This year the Autumn equinox falls on March the 21st, the equinox is the halfway point between the summer and winter solstices when the light and dark or day and night are close to equal duration. It is also a time when our immune systems can be challenged with changing weather, and the transition to cooler nights and lower temperatures.
Winter is definitely here, along with runny noses, sore throats and coughs. When the weather outside is rainy and cold it is important to keep warm. Our bodies naturally want a quieter pace in the winter months and a cold may be nature’s way of saying “slow down” It can also provide an opportunity to naturally detox as it is also a way our body gets rid of dead cells and an opportunity to recharge our immune system. So being sick isn’t all bad, and nurturing ourselves with natural remedies, immune boosting herbs and nourishing foods can recharge our immune system and help us to bounce back even healthier.
Spring seems to have taken a while to arrive this year, but the blossoms are out and the weather is now getting warmer. In this edition we are looking at seasonal allergies as well as those suppliers who focus on garden products, growing and saving seeds.
Well we are now past the shortest day and the days are definitely lengthening. However once the solstice is past it usually seems to get colder and wetter! Matariki is shining in our winter skies and we hope you have enjoyed your own Matariki celebrations whatever they may be and with all the colds and flus around we wish you warmth and wellness this winter.
Hello to you all. Thankyou for reading our newsletters and for giving us your feedback, we really appreciate it. This newsletter is full of things you may need to know for deliveries over the Christmas and holiday period, so do read it carefully. We also have many gift ideas, from delicious organic foods and drinks and organic beer and wine to gardening products, skin care, cosmetics and baby clothing and a great range of books all with 20% off for Christmas. I am sure you will be shopping wisely, ethically and. sustainably this Christmas and remember to buy local to support your local economy and New Zealand made and Fair Trade too where you can!
Spring is traditionally the time to do a cleanse or a detox and this issue we are focusing on products to cleanse the body and support allergies. Although Spring is warmly welcomed by us all, for some it means the ￼allergy season, with higher levels of pollen and increased wind causing sneezing and other unpleasant symptoms! So we hope you will find something of interest to support your health this Spring, as we profile ￼a few different NZ companies who are making a difference. ￼
It is hard to imagine that winter is just around the corner as we continue to enjoy this beautiful Autumn weather. In this issue we want to bring your attention to what you are putting on your skin and also profile several of our local suppliers.
As it is such a busy time of year, this newsletter will be much shorter as I am sure you don’t have time for much reading as the countdown for Christmas continues. Do note our opening hours, bread deliveries, and raw milk deliveries over the festive season and try to shop wisely, ethically and locally this Christmas!
We have very much appreciated the feedback we have had from our first newsletter and hope you enjoy this spring edition. The daylight hours are getting longer and the cycle of growth is beginning once again. Spring is the perfect time for getting into shape, and doing a natural and healthy detox to help strengthen and cleanse our bodies and improve our immune system, especially if we are prone to allergies. The ground is getting warmer and it’s also time to get in the garden, so read on.
Impossible, we hear you say, finally a Cornucopia newsletter?! We’ve come up with plenty of excuses over the years…we don’t have the computer skills, we don’t have the time, we’ve been busy looking after our valued customers. BUT we’ve run out of excuses, so here it is – our first newsletter, 20 years in the making!
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