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Byline: Clare McVey

CADBURY has introduced a new 'healthy' choc snack. Brunch Bar is a combination of wholesome oats, bran flakes, crispies and either raisin or hazelnut resting on a bed of chocolate. Sold in most supermarkets nationwide, priced pounds 1.39 for a box of six.

STAFFORDSHIRE chinawear manufacturer Johnson Bros has a new range of tableware with a modern design. The Spirits of Nature range features simple geometric patterns and muted colours. Prices start at pounds 3 for a coffee mug. Call 0800 028 0026 for stockists.

TRY Optimum Oil Blend as an alternative to butter or mayonnaise on salads and baked potatoes. It contains essential fatty acids which we're told our diets are lacking. Available from Holland & Barrett, priced pounds 12.99 for a 500ml bottle.

AINSLEY Harriott is a big fan of the PrepChef kitchen tool. It's a hand-held electric peeler, zester and grater which chops fruit, veg and cheese down to size with minimum waste. It costs pounds 20 and is available from most independent hardware and cook shops. Call 01934 824 280 for stockists.
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Title Annotation:Living
Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Aug 12, 2001
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