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Crazy Jacks Organic Foods

We are now 3 weeks into the New Year and I’m 5lbs down hooray. I have goals for this year and for me to be able to reach them I needed to change my diet a lot. Gone are my modelling day where I comfortably ate rubbish all day without putting on a  lb. Nowadays I’m a crazy mama of 6 kids who runs all day and keeps her energy up by eating kids leftovers and faster foods. For me hitting 40 has really made me realise that I really need to look after myself from the inside out. You know what I can do this by making good choices. There are so many wonderful brands out there now offering lovely wholesome foods, snacks that are good for you but also taste amazing. I’m also a huge lover of all things organic, we are very much a family who opts for Organic over anything else be it clothing, beauty products and foods. So today I’m going to introduce you guys to my new love Crazy Jacks Organic Foods.


About Crazy Jacks Organic Foods

Crazy Jacks first launched into Sainsbury’s back in 1998 when the public began to realise the benefits of purchasing Organic goods. The creators are so passionate about introducing others to the benefits of trying Organic goods. The brand was a huge hit and within a few years expanded into Tesco, Asda and Morrisons. the brand changed its looks a few times over the years but finally settled on its new look in 2012 and I for one love it 🙂

We’re not crazy – just unshakably committed!


Whole Blanched Hazelnuts

Grown organically in warm sunny climates. The Hazelnuts are then gently blanched to remove the skin. These are a perfect snack to add to your gym bag, handbag or even your car. I love eating these when I’m out and about and they make me less likely to grab something unhealthy to eat. Also, perfect to add to recipes when cooking. I have added a link below to the Crazy Jacks Organic Foods recipes

Energy 2685kJ/651kcal
Protein 13.7g
Carbohydrate 6g
of which sugars 3.5g
Fat 61.2g
of which saturates 4.7g
Fibre 11g
Salt 0.01g


Dried Mango

The Crazy Jacks mango trees are located in Africa where the trees reach 20 metres in height. The mangoes are harvested by hand and then dried out without adding any sugars or preservatives. For me, these are a fab treat. Either at home or out and about. They definitely curb my sweet cravings which is a great thing 🙂

Energy 1345kJ/318kcal
Protein 2.2g
Carbohydrate 72g
of which sugars 61g
Fat 0.6g
of which saturates 0.2g
Fibre 5.7g
Salt Trace

Available From

Crazy Jacks



Crazy Jacks Website

Crazy Jacks Recipes

Crazy Jacks Facebook


** This post contains PR samples all thoughts are 100% my own


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  • Reply Bethany

    I’ve never tried anything like this before, but these sound interesting so might just give them a go.

    21st January 2018 at 9:20 pm
  • Reply Anosa

    I have been loving organic foods of late, thanks for the introduction to crazy jacks, I will be checking them out for sure

    22nd January 2018 at 6:03 pm
  • Reply melissa major

    I have tried the dried mango before and it’s so delicious! Need to buy some more for sure

    22nd January 2018 at 6:49 pm
  • Reply Ana De- Jesus

    Oh I love Crazy Jacks, their soft apricots especially are such a moreish snack.I did have the hazelnuts as well but I ate them all LOL x

    22nd January 2018 at 11:40 pm
  • Reply Laura Dove

    Ooh these sound like a great snack! I am trying to eat healthier so snacks like this would be way better for me than a packet of crisps!

    23rd January 2018 at 9:27 am
  • Reply emma white

    I am a mum to 6 too and my younger ones love these we have had them a few times now

    24th January 2018 at 10:34 am
  • Reply Gareth Torrance

    We’re trying to eat a lot more organic food, especially when it is food for our daughter. Not heard of Crazy Jacks before though, so definitely gonna have to keep an eye out for them.

    24th January 2018 at 1:13 pm
  • Reply Hannah

    Oh I’ve tried this stuff before and I loved it as a pick me up snack! My mum is also obsessed with them haha x

    24th January 2018 at 4:23 pm
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