Good4U : From One Family to Another – Sláinte!

Good4U is owned by the Butler family who can only be described as energetic foodies who work around the clock making tasty healthy foods for everyone to enjoy! Their ethos is simple: be healthy, be happy. Sláinte!


Their nurturing range of foods possess all the desired qualities to keep your family healthy and happy:

  • Fresh and Natural
  • Ready to Eat
  • Low Glycaemic Index
  • Affordable
  •  Gluten Free
  •  High Fibre
  • 1 of your 5 a day
  •  Low in saturated Fat
  • High protein
  • High in antioxidants
  • High in vitamins and minerals

good4U_seeds_mixSchool age is the perfect time for children to experiment and learn more about food, but at Good4U the core belief is that healthy eating begins at home. It is important to start the day off well with a nutritious breakfast which helps you and your child to stay active and concentrate.

Be a role model and let your child see you eat breakfast too. A bowl of porridge with a sprinkle of Good4U Multiseed provides a great starter for the whole family. These little wonder seeds will naturally boost your intake of iron, zinc, magnesium and fibre, important nutrients for all ages.

good4u_shootsKeeping the family healthy doesn’t need to be a challenging task. Pick up a pack of Good4U Lentil, Pea and Bean shoots and mix them through your favourite salad, pasta or rice dish.

These little sprouts are ready to eat, so are perfect for busy parents that might not have the time to prep veggies every evening. All that’s been added is water so they retain their nutrients very well when compared with canned varieties which lose nutrient over shelf-life.

good4u-logo-01 Good4U dietitian, Michelle, has created a step by step guide for parents to ensure their children are getting their 5-a-Day. To read the full article, click here.

For more information on Good4U products and for further reading on nutritional and dietary advice for yourself and your family, visit

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Jennifer, our Editor, has 1 son and admits to munching a Cadbury’s Turkish Delight now and again.