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Sneak peek inside the Linden Leaves Wellbeing Series goody bags

Book your tickets to the Linden Leaves Wellbeing Series in Wellington now and be treated with this glorious goody bag.

Here’s a little peek into what guests going to the Linden Leaves Wellbeing Series will be taking home.

The event is being held on Sunday 24 February at Foxglove at Queens Wharf in Wellington, and it will be a wonderful afternoon of taking some quality time out to nourish yourself.  

So, let’s dive into that goody bag and see what attendees are in for.

Linden Leaves

Linden Leaves craft a gorgeous range of beauty products using quality organic and natural ingredients. They avoid chemical nasties, and their natural botanical ingredients are sourced locally and sustainably wherever possible. They’ll be treating you to something beautiful in your goody bag. lindenleaves.com

Blue Frog Central Otago Apricot, Vanilla and Hemp Heart Gluten Free Cereal

There’s no mucking around when it comes to Blue Frog’s cereal. They love to stand out and dial up your senses when it comes to breakfast. In your goody bag, you’ll get a packet of Blue Frog Central Otago Apricot, Vanilla and Hemp Heart Gluten Free Cereal. Fun fact: the zingy apricots were harvested on January 25 and within a week were freeze dried and blended into the cereal. It’s gluten free, 65% nuts and seeds, dairy free, vegan and contains no sulphites! Available nationwide at your local Farro, Moore Wilsons, New World and Countdown supermarkets. bluefrogbreakfast.co.nz

Nuzest Good Green Stuff Bars and Clean Lean Protein Bars 

Now you can keep a nutritional snack on hand while you’re on the go with Nuzest’s Good Green Stuff and Clean Lean Protein bars. The Good Green Stuff bars are packed with raw nuts, seeds and fruit. The Clean Lean Protein bars are 100% plant based in either Cacao Coconut or Vanilla Almond. The protein bars have up to 14g of pure plant protein and are vegan, GMO and gluten free. Get the most out of every bite! nuzest.co.nz

My Vita Bag 

Gather your fruits, vegetables and bulk bin items with zero plastic! The My Vita Bag range of bags are New Zealand owned and designed, and they’re made from certified organic cotton. They’re made to last, and if you store your fruit and veges in the fridge with them, they’ll keep everything fresh longer. When they do reach the end of their life they’re 100% compostable. myvitabag.co.nz

Matakana Superfoods Necta Organic Maple Water and Red and Black Maca Root Hormone Support 

Red and black maca root are the two rarest types of maca and they’re especially valued for their energising properties and hormone support. In the goody bag you’ll get a bottle of capsules of Matakana Superfoods’ Red and Black Maca Root Hormone support, and you’ll also get a Necta Organic Maple Water drink, which full of more than 46 bioactive nutrients. matakanasuperfoods.com 

Pukka

Pukka’s mission is to help change the world for a positive future, one cup of tea at a time. Their range of organic teas provides something for everyone, whether you’re wanting to focus on energy, cleansing or even immunity, there’s a cup of tea that suits you. In the goody bag, you’ll find some Pukka tea sachets to try out. And during the event, Pukka will also be supplying some cups of tea to try. pukkaherbs.com 

Mission Estate and Phoenix Organics are also sponsors of the Wellbeing Series event. 

Mission Estate 

Mission Estate Winery was New Zealand’s first winery, established in Hawke’s Bay in 1851. Their winemaker, Paul Mooney, has been the winemaker at Mission Estate for more than 35 years, which makes him one of the most experienced winemakers in New Zealand. missionestate.co.nz 

Phoenix Organics 

Phoenix Organics pride themselves on having nothing artificial, no preservatives and no GE ingredients in their products. Their mission is to created organic drinks with a splash of soul. phoenixorganics.co.nz

Every guest will get one of these goody bags, and tickets are only $39 + booking fee each, or $65 + booking fee for two! Haven’t booked yours yet? Book now!

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