We’ve successfully registered Steenbergs’ extracts and flower waters with The Vegan Society. This is the start of a process that will see Steenbergs include vegan branding into our bakery range over the next few months. As part of this, we’ve delisted anything that is not vegan within the range of Steenbergs-branded products. So, for example, […]
We’ve been working during the last few years on upping our game in our certifications. It’s alright saying that Steenbergs is good at this and that, but quite another thing to prove it. In 2016, we began working on both halal and kosher certification. So far, we have completed kosher certification with the London Beth […]
2016 has been a strange year, with political events intruding on our best efforts at Steenbergs. These external factors will impact the business for many years to come, and will make everything trickier and riskier. However, they will not deflect us from our values – good spices, herbs and teas from good suppliers, where good […]
Finally, we’re almost at the end of the saga of Steenbergs’ phone lines. After complaining to BT’s Chief Executive, because none of our other complaints succeeded in getting any traction, we have been slowly moving towards achieving what we originally ordered in May this year. Yesterday, the ISDN lines were completed (2 lines, 4 channels), the […]
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This November sees a fantastic initiative #cookforsyria, set up by influential instagrammer Clerkenwell Boy and Suitcase Magazine in support of Unicef UK’s Children of Syria fund. A month long celebration of Syrian cooking, there will be events, supper clubs and sharing of recipes, in order to raise money through the power of food. “We hope […]
Steenbergs Penja pepper comes from a family farm in the Penja region of the Cameroon. Bought in 1970 from a retiring French pineapple farmer, Salamon and then his son René have converted this 70 hectare plantation over the pepper growing during the 1980s when the pineapple market became saturated. The plantation now only grows black […]
On Saturday 24th September, we savoured our first experience of York’s excellent Food & Drink Festival. Now in its 20th year, it hosts numerous tastings, workshops & events alongside a market full of delicious street food stalls and artisan producers. This year Steenbergs linked up with Sharmini Thomas, a well known local Indian cookery school […]