Squirrel Leads the ‘Ten-A-Day’ Way with Complimentary Nuts

Squirrel, the all day fast casual dining concept in South Kensington, is branching out this spring to introduce complimentary nuts for all children in celebration of the new  ten-a-day trend championed by co-owner and in-house nutritionist, Zoe Stirling.

From 29th May until 2nd June, children will be able to help themselves to a variety of protein packed nuts at the eatery.

According to Zoe, the ten-a-day trend is set to take over London in the coming months. The celebrated nutritionist believes consuming ten portions of fruit and vegetables plus a selection of nuts each day is a sure fire way to achieve optimal health. Forget five fruit and vegetables a day, stocking up on your ten-a-day is the best way to nourish your body. Meals that lack nourishment and variety can leave you feeling sluggish and tired, so ensuring you pack in a wide range of fruits, vegetables and nuts to your meals is a great way to stay constantly energized and satisfied. At Squirrel, we`re offering kids the opportunity to dive into our bowl of fresh nuts and keep themselves sustained! Nuts are vital to ensure our bodies are sustained with healthy fats, antioxidants, fiber and minerals and are probably the easiest food to eat on-the-run, says Zoe.

So what are you waiting for? Time to turn over a new leaf at Squirrel this spring as the ten-a-day trend takes off!

Squirrel has made it easier than ever for consumers to achieve a nutritionally balanced lifestyle in London. Located in stylish South Kensington, Squirrel serves clean, delicious and satisfying food that appeals to all tastes, from the virtuous to the indulgent.


11 Harrington Road, South Kensington, SW7 3ES

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