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RED RED Super Stews taste good, look good and do good

01 May 2018

RED RED Super Stews taste good, look good and do good

RED RED Super Stews, a new range of African-inspired lunch pots created in partnership with Zoe Adjonyoh from Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen, are on sale across the UK.

The vegan, gluten-free mini-meals not only taste good and look good, but do good, with 12p for every pot sold donated to Farm Africa to help African farmers escape poverty by growing more and selling more. 

The mouth-watering stews, which come to life when mixed with boiling water, are packaged in eye-catching pots beautifully designed using clashing, vibrant tones that draw on the style of African textiles.

RED RED pots bring lunchtime to life by collaborating with some of the brightest and most creative minds from London, Lagos and beyond, drawing on talent across art, design and fashion.

Bogdana Ghinescu, Unilever Foods Incubator

The three varieties of RED RED, which are all are made using nothing but plant-based ingredients, such as okra, lentils, red beans and sweet potato, combined with bold herbs and spices, are available in all Wholefoods stores, on Amazon and in many independent and natural stores.

RED RED super stews

Bogdana Ghinescu, at Unilever Foods Incubator, who co-founded and launched the range of RED RED stews in January 2018, commented: “Our vision is for RED RED to be a force for good which is why we’re excited to partner with Farm Africa, an NGO that supports sustainable agriculture programmes in eastern Africa.”

Nicolas Mounard, CEO of Farm Africa said: “We are delighted that RED RED stews are available across the UK, giving foodies nationwide the opportunity to stock up on tasty lunches, while also supporting Farm Africa’s vital work empowering farmers in eastern Africa to increase their yields and profits in an environmentally-friendly way.”