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  • Pumpkin Ginger And Turmeric Soup

    Nothing quite hits the spot during the cooler months, like a warm cup of pumpkin soup. Creamy, nutty and with a hint of sweetness and spice, this recipe is like a big warm hug! Read More
  • The Three Most Common Steps Missed When Using The Swag

    We tend to get the same questions or concerns from our Swag fam, and we often discover that one of these three steps are missed by our Swaggers when they use The Swag for the first time. Read More
  • Has Your Swag Grown Mold?

    Got mold? It is very rare and often pure bad luck, but your Swag can grow mold – it's a 100% natural product afterall. Here’s what causes fridge mold to grow on your Swag, what you can do about it, and best practices to prevent it! Read More
  • One-Tray Veggie Bake Recipe

    This one-pan veggie bake means we can spend more time with family and friends, while the oven does all the work. One of our favourite and simplest versions, with mixed vegetables, a little oil and black seed, this wholesome bake can be made anytime of the year, with any vegetables you have in the fridge that are in season!  Read More
  • Treat Yo' Self this Valentine's Day

    This face oil recipe is one of our faves and is a natural, non-toxic and inexpensive skincare multi-worker (moisturiser, cleanser AND serum) which is suitable for most skin types, making it the perfect, waste-free, Valentine's-day gift to treat yo’ sweet self or a loved one with 💕✨ Read More
  • The Top 12 Organic Fruit & Veggies to Buy

    Analysis, based on produce samples tested by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, found that strawberries and spinach contained the highest amoun... Read More
  • Go Plastic-Free for 1 Week

    One of the main reasons we founded The Swag was due to our huge concerns around the affect plastic was having on the world we live in. Plastic is, ... Read More
  • The Dangers of Storing Food in Plastic Bags

    The negative effects of human behaviour on the environment has become an increasingly hot topic for discussion in recent years, and for good reason... Read More