Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Go NUTS for Harry’s Nuts! this Christmas

In our family we are Nuts about Harry Hill, I know lots of people are, Conor is a massive fan, has the knitted Character and a joke book signed by the funny man himself.
That he has added his name to nuts seems very apt. That they are Fairtrade was a lovely find for me.

Harry Hill makes absolutely no money from these nuts,  the money goes to the farmers in Malawi. I have to add that when I read up on this I found he is not just a figurehead for the brand either, he is closely involved in the taste and packaging too and visited the country to be involved.

He cannot stop with the fun though as you will see from this feature.

Oh you might want to know what the taste verdict is and its in no way secondary to the nutty celebrity.

 Who wants to win a copy of Harry Hill's new book, Livin' the Dreem? All you have to do is come up with an idea for what flavour of nuts you think Harry should make next. The best answer will win the book. So what flavour?

They are really really good, fresh, tasty and I recommend you have these if you want a tasty snack this Christmas.

We all love nuts at Christmas – in our snack bowls and in our Christmas stockings. A third of all nuts are sold in the run up to Christmas* - and as Harry Hill’s Fairtrade salted peanuts and cashews it’s never been easier to give a tasty treat to the comedy lover in your life.

Harry’s Nuts! are cooked for longer than other salted peanuts and cashews to give them an extra crunchiness and deeper flavour. And, fitting in perfectly with the true spirit of Christmas, Harry makes no money from these products – it’s all about helping farmers in Malawi and other countries building a better life for their families.

 Harry’s Nuts! are now available in 800 Tesco stores as well as Sainsbury’s, Waitrose and other outlets.

For more information see www.chooseliberation.com/harry

Harry works alongside Liberation Foods on Harry’s Nuts! – a company co-owned by farming groups from Malawi, Mozambique, Bolivia, Brazil, Nicaragua, Peru, El Salvador and India. Farmers receive the guaranteed fair price which come with the FAIRTRADE Mark for their produce (see www.fairtrade.org.uk) and receive a Fairtrade premium often spent on projects which benefit the entire community.


  1. Wow, I had no idea Harry was so involved with Fairtrade, that's great! Hadn't heard of these nuts but I will keep an eye out if they're still going!

  2. We are crazy about Harry Hill in my house too, and to know that he is doing this for Fairtrade makes me like him even more, I will definitely have to go out and buy some of these.

  3. Harry's Nuts! Brilliant. A nice cause: I like him even more now.