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Apple Cider Vinegar from Ali&Me

Chrisby Chris, 5 yr, 7 m ago in Blog
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Ali&Me cider vinegar  id= Apple Cider Vinegar has long been recognised as a useful addition to a healthy diet and our (relatively) new line from Ali&Me have been proving very populare with our customers.

Ali&Me use apples grown in Suffolk and Cornwall to produce their naturally fermented and unpasteurised vinegars.  The Suffolk Orchard is Soil Association certified so the vinegars produced there have full Organic status, but both orchards adopt sensitive farming principles and the vinegars are therefore free from chemicals, additives or preservatives.

The vinegar doe snot need to be pasteurised as the fermentation process provides natural protection against decay.  The "mother" ferment is still present in each bottle as a natural, nutritious sediment which gives the vinegar its cloudy appearance.  

Many health benefits are claimed for including cider vinegar in the diet.  It is said to:

  • aid digestion
  • alkalise the body
  • remineralise the body as it is high in minerals such as potassium, magnesium and calcium
  • top up important vitamins and trace elements
  • increase metabolism and digestive transit
  • ease body and joint stiffness
  • regulate blood pressure
  • fight infection
  • alleviate arthritic pain
  • help with osteoporosis
  • treat sore throats
  • relieve insect bites and stings
  • reduce muscle cramps
  • relieve migraine headaches#soothe sunburn as an aftersun balm
  • help with shingles
  • reduce cholesterol
  • alleviate allergies
  • clear candida
  • relieve indigestion
  • alleviate gout
  • relieve bladder infections.Organic @£4.86 a bottle  id=

Take two teaspoonsful in a glass of water three times a day.

It's an impressive list of claims - for more information go to

At Beanies it's not simply about health benefits - we like to sell great tasting foods, and Ali&Me Cider Vinegars are an asset in the pantry.  Use them wherever you would use any ordinary vinegar salad dressings, sauerkraut, sousing, pickling and chutney making or just sprinkle on your chips on Friday night!

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