THE SWAG BLOG

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  • Top Tips To Remove Stains on Your Swags

    Loving your Swags, but it shows? Luckily stains don’t affect the efficacy of the patented Swag technology. We get it, our Swags are pretty cute, and it’s nice to keep them looking that way so here are four ways to keep your 100% natural Swags looking as fresh as the produce inside them! Read More
  • Butternut Squash And chickpeas Curry

    This colourful and flavourful, creamy curry is a comforting and generous vegetarian meal ideal to savor on a cold evening. Read More
  • 5 Tips For A Zero-Waste Camping Trip

    Thousands of caravaners and campers have used The Swag range over the past 6 years, and our recent feature in the well-known Caravan World Magazine is a rewarding acknowledgment that some of our products are adored by both eco-warriors and money-savvy travellers.  Read More
  • How To Keep Cucumbers Fresh Using The Swag

    No one likes a mushy cucumber!The Swag helps you keep cucumbers crunchy and nutrient-rich for weeks! Here’s a few tips to ensure you’re making the most out of your cucumbers with this simple storage hack!  Read More
  • Baked Apples

    This baked apple recipe is for you if you’re looking for an easy, sweet, comforting dessert to bid farewell to Summer. Pink Ladies and Granny Smiths are great baking apples, but you can choose any kind you like as long as it has a firm texture and a good bit of acidity. Read More
  • Eggplant Shakshuka

    Shakshuka is a Magrebi dish traditionally eaten for breakfast, but we think is perfect for a healthy lunch or dinner too! Are the kids having trouble eating eggplant? Sprinkle some feta for an even more delicious meal. Read More
  • How To Store High Ethylene Produce In The Swag?

    The Swag’s intelligent, patented design features breathable, cotton layers that allow your produce to breathe at their own pace and thrive! Thanks to the multi-layer technology behind The Swag, you can store any combination of fruit, veg and leafy greens in one Swag without worrying if high ethylene produce will ripen other produce inside the bag. Read More
  • Spiced Mulled Wine

    The festive season is finally here and what’s better than cozying up next to the heater (or if you’re lucky enough, a fireplace!) and sipping on a warm cup of mulled wine to celebrate the end of a very long and challenging year? This recipe is easy, tasty and perfectly spiced! Read More
  • 5 Eco-Conscious Habits That Actually Save You $

    Many people think that an eco conscious routine is expensive, but it can in fact cost you less than your “regular” routine! Read More