Packed with Plant Power

3 February 2017, Friday

Earlier-than-usual wake-ups, rushed mornings, AM traffic… Moms and Dads, it is that time of year again: It’s back to school. But before you rush out of the door with a measly peanut butter sandwich and …

Our Top 10 Vegan Myths

15 January 2017, Sunday

It’s January! We hope that you are taking on the Veganuary challenge with us. To help you along, we’ve put together some very common vegan myths that you might stumble upon during your vegan month. …

The Back Story: New Artisan Coconut Ice Cream

30 November 2016, Wednesday

  by Tammy Fry Kelly, Marketing Director – Fry’s Family Foods I know you haven’t heard from me for some time…I have been working hard together with my family to develop and launch an Artisan Coconut Ice Cream …

Fry’s and well i am 6: 12 weeks – and life-long change!

1 September 2016, Thursday

It’s time for well i am 6! I’m Lisa Raleigh, and I’ve been working in the wellness for over 15 years now. In 2011, I decided to create a wellness challenge – with a difference! …

The Ultimate Vegetarian Braai

27 August 2016, Saturday

If putting cauliflower on an open flame isn’t your idea of a braai then Fry’s has the solution for you.  With our range of products it is possible to have a vegan meal on the …

The Health Benefits of Spices and Herbs

7 June 2016, Tuesday

The Post Fry’s Curry Cook-Off competition is happening in Durban and Gauteng over the upcoming months so to get your creative juices flowing we will be talking about all things curry (in the kitchen) in the lead …

The Post Fry’s Curry Cook-Off Competition

3 June 2016, Friday

Meat-free curried dishes don’t have to be boring – they can be just as delicious as their meat counterparts but with all the added health benefits of a vegetarian diet. And to get the gastronomic …

Fry’s on the Go

10 May 2016, Tuesday

The past couple of months have been really busy here at Fry’s! We thought we would keep you in the loop with what has happened… and this is just the start. There is so much …

Treading With Green Toes

4 March 2016, Friday

I’ve been on a journey for the last month, learning how to live a zero-waste lifestyle. No disposables, no packaging and no waste for a month. It’s been quite a trip – marginally conflicting and …

Love Plants, Love Yourself

8 February 2016, Monday

by Wilma Tarr, Plant-Based Cook, Nature Lover Living in a world where our priorities are unbalanced we often neglect our health and especially our diet. There are so many factors at play, not least the role …

Sneaking in the goodness every day

8 January 2016, Friday

by Cath Jenkin, Freelance Writer and Journalist  Overcoming fussy eaters in your family I’m one of those annoyingly lucky parents – my daughter loves eating her vegetables but simultaneously enjoys chocolate too. This didn’t just happen …

Top 10 healthy lunch box ideas

4 January 2016, Monday

“Don’t forget to take your lunch!” Mornings are generally chaotic.  Dad trying to do his tie while drinking coffee and brushing his teeth, kids eating cereal and playing candy crush on your tablet, you trying …

Three New Year’s Resolutions You Can Stick To

1 January 2016, Friday

Each year people make a commitment to be a better person with an array of New Year’s Resolutions. That commitment usually lasts until the 10th of January when the couch is a better place to be …

Have yourself a Sustainable Christmas

10 December 2015, Thursday

by Tammy Fry Kelly, Marketing Director – Fry’s Family Foods Let your Heart Be Light I just walked into the shops this weekend to find myself faced with shelves and shelves of Christmas goodies, baubles, tinsel, lights and …

DIY Christmas Decorations

5 December 2015, Saturday

Reuse and Recycle this Christmas The festive season is usually a time of eating too much food, drinking too much, and excess merriment. This year why not reduce and reuse by making your own DIY Christmas Decorations? These simple Christmas …

6 Ways to have the best Vegetarian Christmas

1 December 2015, Tuesday

This collection of vegetarian Christmas recipes and vegan holiday tips will make this year’s festivities the best yet The festive season is upon us so it is time to throw the diet plan out the window, ready …

If meat is the cause of cancer, what fights it?

3 November 2015, Tuesday

by Dr Paul Palmer, Plant-Based Nutrition Expert – Sustainable Self Following the announcement by the World Health Organisation, it is important for people to understand what cancer actually is. Cancer occurs when your own cells have …

This Movember, it’s time to pass up that ham roll

1 November 2015, Sunday

Last week, The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the cancer agency of the World Health Organisation (WHO), announced that they were going to classify processed red meat as carcinogenic to humans “based on …