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Swings and Roundabouts

In line with the continued debate surrounding the nutritional value of organic foods when compared with conventionally produced foods, well respected baby food brand Hipp Organic has identified that the criteria used in the latest report by the FSA failed to address a number of studies which indicated the significant difference of organic foods, in

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Cirkle  •  7th Aug 09

On Your Marks, Get Set – Grow!

Get ready to get totally ‘tache-tastic as September is just around the corner and that means only one thing for the Cirkle body+soul team, and that’s TacheBack. Throughout the month of September we’ll be encouraging the nation’s men to grow a sponsored moustache to raise vital cash for The Everyman Male Cancer Campaign and their

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Shopping habits in a recession…

What’s in your shopping basket? Tesco Value Mince? Asda Smart Price Baked Beans? Sainsbury’s Basics Bread? It’s no surprise that the recession is affecting our shopping habits as we think much harder about what we put in our baskets. Even Waitrose, understanding that they could lose custom during these hard times, has introduced a value

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Cirkle  •  6th Aug 09

Oxo Takes Stock With Relaunch!

Here at Cirkle we are big fans of iconic food brands, so it was great for us to be involved in this week’s big story – the relaunch of Oxo stock cubes! Premier Foods, the makers of Oxo, have reshaped the cubes as an ‘X’ for a limited time whilst they run a campaign to

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Cirkle  •  4th Aug 09

All Just A Load of Pants…

So in case you haven’t heard, the latest must have item to hit our streets are pants!…very hot pants at that! The knickers costing up to £30 a pair, use a form of crystal to heat the skin and melt cellulite. Just what we ladies need!! But the question is do they really work?Those of

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Cirkle  •  28th Jul 09

Cripes! Boris is an inspiration!

Does Boris Johnson have the best PR in the country at the moment? Despite his eccentricities and frequent embarrassments, he always seems to come out on top, whether in his role as a politician, journalist or now as a member of the Eastenders cast! Last Friday, Boris filmed a cameo for the popular soup, during

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Cirkle  •  21st Jul 09

Half Blood Prince is no Half Attempt!

I for one have been a dedicated Harry Potter fan since the start, back in 2001 when the unknown JK Rowling appeared from nowhere, and released her first ever book; Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Whilst some lesser fans have criticised the films’ ability to transform our favourite novels from page to screen, I

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Cirkle  •  20th Jul 09

Death: The Ultimate PR?

The news of Michael Jackson’s death three weeks ago was met with disbelief and shock the world over. Fans mourned, other artists paid tribute and the story dominated the front pages for days. And yet, as our own Kate pointed out on this blog, it could be argued that it was the very same media

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Cirkle  •  14th Jul 09

What’s Your Student Debt Really Worth?

In the last few days, the government has announced plans to waive university fees for students who live at home throughout their years of studying. These students won’t have any financial help in the forms of loans or bursary grants, but they will leave university debt-free, something which is becoming almost impossible these days even

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