Collage of products

Our own-brand products are coming out on top in many taste tests in magazines, newspapers and on TV. Here are some favourites featured in January.

Don’t forget that by buying own-brand products you earn 5% for you and 1% goes to a good cause of your choice.

Some of our everyday products were also cheaper than Tesco Express and Sainsbury’s local according to research done by The Grocer.

And it’s double discount on 16 and 17 February!

Women’s Health magazine

Vegan meal potCo-op Vegan Cauliflower and Coconut Meal Pot
£2.80 275g

“Think mixed grains with cauliflower, coconut milk, broccoli, lentils, red pepper and roasted sweet potato, this lightly spiced veg pot is warming and filling thanks to the many vegetables and legumes it’s full of. Even better, it’ll be ready in the microwave in 3.5 minutes. See, vegan ready meals aren’t so hard to find after all.”

 

Woman magazine

Co-op Cacao, Orange and Cashew bars

Co-op Cacao, Orange and Cashew Bars
£1.99 for 3 x 35g

“Just the thing for a post-workout snack or mid-afternoon energy slump. They’re only 138 cals each, taste delicious and are suitable for vegans.”

Best magazine

Co-op Irresistible Gin small

Co-op Irresistible London Dry Gin
£17.49

“It contains a blend of fragrant botanicals, including cardamom and coriander, which add a subtle spicy twist. It’s perfect to warm you up on a gloomy winter evening. Happy Ginuary!”

BBC Good Food (Lulu Grimes’ favourite products)

rresistible Chai Fairtrade Tea bags

Co-op Irresistible Chai Fairtrade Tea Bags
£1.69 125g

“I like the warming flavour of chai in recipes as well as in a drink. Try making a strong cup using a tea bag, and then mixing it with icing sugar to decorate cakes or biscuits.”

The Observer magazine

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Co-op Irresistible Chateauneuf du-Pape (France 2015)
£14.99

“My current favourite own-label red wine, one that is admittedly priced at a level where most people would be hoping for something with more of an illustrious name than a supermarket’s to the fore, is the Co-op’s fabulously suave, spicy, textured Chateauneuf red, which is, in fact, made by the Perrin family behind the illustrious Chateau de Beaucastel.”

Join the conversation! 4 Comments

  1. Yet again, great looking products – Do we ever advertise on TV?

    Reply
  2. Great feedback, our coop is really on the up!

    Reply
  3. Nice!

    Some great write-ups!

    Nothing about Co-op Treacle – maybe next month!

    I love our Treacle Tart!

    I eat a little bit of it every day I’m at work

    Reply

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