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  1. National Frozen Food Month: Common Myths Explained

    A recent study shows that one fifth of consumers wrongly believe frozen fruits and vegetables to contain fewer nutrients than their fresh counterparts. Another 1 in 12 people mistakenly think frozen food doesn’t last as long as fresh produce and another 1 in 10 people believe frozen food is more expensive.   At Oakhouse Foods
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  2. Favourite Meals Across The Network

    Not only do we pride ourselves in delivering an excellent customer service, we also enjoy providing delicious and quality meals which we all absolutely love.  From Pork with a Port and Plum Sauce to a delicious, comforting Fish Pie, here’s what a few of the network have to say about their favourites!     Pork
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  3. A week in the snow with Oakhouse Foods

    The Beast from the East is back! There’s s-NO-w stopping our drivers!   The Beast from the East has returned! And there is no better time than now, to stay at home and keep warm and cosy. It only takes opening the front door ever so slightly to make you want to stay inside with your h
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  4. Lucky Foods To Eat In Celebration Of Chinese New Year

    Also known as the Spring Festival, Chinese New Year is the most important celebration in the Chinese calendar, with festivities lasting for 2 weeks. During this period, there are many cultural traditions carried out across the country which symbolise letting go of the past and welcoming new beginnings. Food eaten during Chinese New Year carries great sign
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  5. Our Delicious NEW Favourites

    The end of last year involved the Oakhouse Foods team working hard behind the scenes to create even more meals that we knew our customers would love. We are so happy with the great reaction we have had from the launch, and it seems like everyone has a favourite.   What’s different about our new dis
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  6. Tasty Low Sugar Diets Made Easy

    The short-term effects of eating too much sugar can lead to tiredness, tooth decay and a few more inches around the waistline. The long terms effects can cause chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease.   Like with most things, moderation is key. There are certain steps you can take to have a b
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  7. Donation of meals in loving memory of Win Dunn

    This Christmas, we will be donating a number of meals to St Thomas’ Church in loving memory of Win Dunn - the fabulous mother of Oakhouse Foods North East branch Manager, Martine Holborow. “Mum was such a lovely lady who was proud of her local community and had such fond affection for everything Oakhouse and St Thoma
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  8. Oakhouse Foods Christmas Card Competition 2020

    A BIG thank you to everyone who entered our 2020 Christmas card competition this year. We have received lots of wonderful entries and selecting the winning design has not been at all easy. It has been lovely to see the amount of time and effort that gone into all of the designs. We have very much en
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  9. The Extra Mile Award 2020

    Going the extra mile for our customers is something we all take pride in, here at Oakhouse Foods.   To recognise the hard work and dedication our drivers continually show each day, whilst delivering delicious meals to our customers across the UK, we have created the Extra Mile Award. Not only does the award recognise an excepti
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  10. Tasty Low Salt Diets Made Easy

    Too much salt in our diet may increase our blood pressure and having high blood pressure is a risk factor for heart disease. Like with most things, moderation is key. When shopping for food, there are certain steps you can take to ensure a balanced diet and to cut down your salt intake: 1. Ke
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