The total number of people with diabetes reaches 4.6 million. While Type 1 diabetes isn’t currently preventable, three in five cases of Type 2 diabetes can be prevented or delayed by making healthier choices, by helping people understand their own risk of developing the condition, how to reduce it – and by securing early diagnosis for those known to be at high risk.
2018 Oakhouse Christmas Card Competition
We'd like to invite you or your family members to design the 2018 Oakhouse Christmas Card. The winning design will be printed and delivered to all our customers to spread Christmas joy and happiness across the nation. The winner's name will be printed on the Christmas card, they will also receive a pack of their printed cards as well as a hamper of Oakhouse goodies. Continue reading
National Curry Week
Curry, curry, curry - it's one of those pick me up dinners when you fancy something satisfying and full of flavour. Although curries may not have originated from the UK, they have certainly become a huge part of our culture. Perhaps we wouldn't have had the 'flavour experience' of different cultural food including curry we do now if it wasn't for the Great British Empire spanning from the Caribbean to the Indian Ocean. Maybe we wouldn't of had the vast range of consumable diversity that we take for granted today!
Malnutrition Awareness in the UK
This is a large, mainly unspoken about topic; it is estimated that it affects 1 in 10 people over the age of 65 in the UK.
Malnutrition defines both under and over eating, however the majority of cases in older generations is the former. This is commonly due to being too tired, not being able to go and get shopping, or having no interested in food in general. Continue reading
Age UK is an amazing charity who are there for older people when they need someone one to turn to.
Here at Oakhouse Foods, we’re not only committed to providing high quality meals, but also a fantastic service. Our drivers often play an important role in their customers' lives, whether it’s just seeing a friendly face once a week or stopping for a cuppa and a chat, they can really make a difference. Continue reading