Miss Macaroon X Liberation Nuts Gift Box
Treat yourself or a loved one to this luxurious gift box of gluten-free macaroons, or share with friends and family.
As part of the Miss Macaroon X Liberation Nuts collaboration, they’ve created a macaroon gift-box with some classic nut flavour combinations: Dark Chocolate and Peanut, Salted Peanut and Salted Caramel Peanut.
Liberation Foods is the UK’s only fair trade nut company, with small scale farmers owning over 50% of its shares! The organisation’s mission is to empower small-scale growers, while producing a variety of delicious nut-products.
Miss Macaroon X Liberation Nuts Gift box of macaroons contains the following flavour profiles:
53% Dark Chocolate Peanut – Icing Sugar, Almonds (Nuts), Sugar, Egg White, 53% Dark Chocolate (15%) (Dark chocolate (min cocoa 53.8%), sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, emulsifier; soya lecithin, natural vanilla), Cream (milk), Peanut Butter (Peanuts, sunflower oil, vegetable fat (palm, shea), salt), Colour e110, e102, Cocoa powder (1.2%)
Salted Peanut – Icing Sugar, Almonds (Nuts), Sugar, Butter (Milk), Egg White, Peanut Butter (Peanuts, sunflower oil, vegetable fat (palm, shea), salt), Colour e110, e102
Salted Caramel Peanut – Icing Sugar, Almonds (Nuts), Sugar, Egg White, Cream (Milk), Salted butter (Milk), Peanut Butter (Peanuts, sunflower oil, vegetable fat (palm, shea), salt), colour e124, e133, e102
For allergens please see ingredients in bold.
Contains NUTS, DAIRY and EGG.
Rosie Ginday created Miss Macaroon because she wanted to create a social enterprise business that combined her passion for premium quality food - born from her training as a high-end pastry chef at University College Birmingham -and her work in Michelin starred restaurant Purnell’s in Birmingham. But she also wanted to provide opportunities for young people seeking a career and to build confidence in themselves.
Her ultimate aim was to help youngsters break into a highly competitive industry while providing moments of sublime indulgence for her customers, who through buying their macaroons, are helping many young people to achieve their lifetime goals.
Through their supportive and collaborative approach to all the young people on Miss Macaroon’s courses, young people - often care leavers experiencing difficulties - benefit from pastry chef training, work experience, confidence building and on-going mentoring. This in turn provides genuine career opportunities and increased self-belief via the stetting and achieving of small goals,ensuring these young people can build a future for themselves.
Rosie's personal reward is that, as well as seeing young people flourish in what is a highly competitive industry and work confidently and diligently in the pressurised environment of a professional kitchen, she knows her customers are also investing in these young people with the purchase of our products, and so are being rewarded on every level from their choice of macaroon.