Summer Berries – Add to your festival packing list. Summer berries are packed with water, fibre, and B vitamins to keep you feeling fresh and energized. They will last well in your cooler and there is no need to chop or slice; just pop a handful in your mouth for a big boost.
Coconut Water – Overflowing with potassium, coconut water is great when you’ve been out late or you’re just busy running around in the sun. It helps to settle an upset stomach, aids digestion, is great for the skin and boosts hydration – making it the ultimate hangover cure for the morning after the night before.
Citrus – High levels of vitamin C will help keep you healthy amongst the large festival crowds. Grapefruit and orange slices make a refreshing and delicious snack, but lemon provides the most benefits. Lemons have strong antibacterial, antiviral, and immune-boosting powers, as well as providing digestive aid and liver cleanser.
Almonds – If you are starting to feel weak or fatigued, grab a handful of almonds. A great source of almonds will also help to stabilize your blood sugar levels, if you have been over indulging in sugary alcoholic drinks.
Bananas – Laden with potassium and magnesium, bananas are an ideal way to get your electrolytes up. They also keep your bowels healthy, provide nutrients that regulate heart rhythm and have vitamin compounds for eye health.
Passion 4 Juice – Mobile juice bars
No time to pack, or run out of supplies? Head to your nearest juicing station and select your favourite fruits and vegetables that we will make into delicious juices and smoothies. Talk to us about adding supplements such as Echinacea, Ginseng, and Guarana for an extra healthy kick. Our juicy crew will be happy to advise you and help you choose the right combination for you!
We have 25 years of experience in the catering industry – from the hustle and bustle of larger festivals to more intimate corporate events – our qualified and enthusiastic team provides a fun healthy entertaining service whatever the occasion.
See you in the fields. See the Spikes – Find the Juice