Natvia, (@NatviaUK) Australia’s favourite all-natural sweetener, that actually tastes like sugar is now available in the UK and is coming to the #FBC14 strEAT Party!
Made from stevia, it’s a healthy alternative to sugar and chemical sweeteners, it can be used in exactly the same way – in coffee, tea or cold beverages or in baking and cooking – with none of the unpleasant aftertaste often associated with the stevia plant. Made from the freshest and sweetest tips of the Stevia plant grown on their very own farms in Australia and blended with a naturally occurring nectar (known as Erythritol) found in melons and grapes, Natvia is 100% naturally sourced.
Making the switch from sugar or artificial sweetener to Natvia is easy for those who are health conscious and looking to cut down on their sugar intake or on a quest to lead a sugar free life.
We’re regularly in touch with bloggers and found out about FBC through them! Natvia is just launching in the UK and this is one of our first events.
We want to reach the food blogging community and to raise awareness for how Natvia can be used in the same way as sugar – it’s perfect for baking and we’ll be showcasing at FBC14 on Friday night serving up cocktails and cakes to illustrate the versatility of Natvia to the wonderful bloggers with a sugary gift to take home, too!
We’ve run a couple of campaigns with bloggers in the past few months including some recipe cards for a lemon and poppyseed bundt cake to a select group of bloggers along with a tin and a tub of Natvia to introduce and encourage bloggers to use the product.
Natvia is currently running an Easter Bake Off competition, where bloggers can enter and also share with their followers. We are also planning to work more with UK bloggers in the near future and look forward to meeting more bloggers to connect with at FBC14.
We’re happy to send samples of the product along with recipe cards to bloggers. Bloggers can also check out our Sweeter Life Club and try recipes from there www.sweeterlifeclub.com Just contact the lovely folks at NudgePR, Lily will be glad to get in touch if you email her on email@example.com
We’d tell people to consider eating less of one more thing – of sugar. The health implications are becoming more and more evident that it contributes to obesity, to the increase in diabetes and it also affects people mentally. More and more young children are suffering from diabetes and obesity and it’s time for parents to understand the risks of a diet rich on sugar and start offering a healthier alternative for their families
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