We are thrilled to be launching Dr Pia Winberg’s PhycoHealth Seaweed Sciences products at Panzer’s this month. Over some 20 years of research as a marine ecologist in Australia, Pia has shown how seaweed fills the gap for so many missing nutrients in our diets. An excellent source of protein, iron and so much more, consuming a little bit of seaweed once a day can mean good news for your gut. And Pia’s products have made it easy to fit into a daily routine.
Try Phetuccine or Seaspirals: emerald-coloured pasta made from wheat semolina and eggs with 10% seaweed. You’ll find Phukka Seaweed Dukkah, a blend of Australian seaweed, pistachio and Mediterranean herbs to layer over smashed ago or stir into salads. Sprinkle Phycosalt over your favourite steak to bring out a deeper umami flavour. Phybre is a triple fibre blend great for smoothies or you can wake up to a bowl of crunchy Phycomuesli granola.
We also have supplements to up your fibre intake or you can add seaweed to your skincare routine with moisturisers, cleansers, masks and more.
A true dose of Australian ocean power to fuel the British winter days.
High in nutrients and antioxidants. Low in calories. And a perfectly pink January pick me up. Eat a half for breakfast in the morning to kick start the system. Pair with soy sauce for an excellent chicken marinade. Or toss in a salad with cooked shrimp.
January marks the end of the long UK harvest season for these hearty veg. Delicate but flavourful enough to hold their own, does anything beat a warming leek and potato soup or cheesy leeks loaded with garlic and thyme? We think not.
Cauliflower – This close runner up for best winter soup ingredient can be grown year-round in the UK. So plenty of time to plan innovative uses. Love loaded potatoes? Try replacing your potatoes with cauliflower. Caramelise a cauli steak and toss with buttery capers. And cauliflower loves a curry. Toss it in for a satisfying plant alternative to your usual meats.
Due to the nature of our range, some items can only be delivered within the London area. If your order containers any flowers or fresh fruit then you will need to live locally to be able to have it delivered. Sushi is delivered within a 3 mile radius of our store.
All other goods can be delivered nationwide (excluding Highlands and Islands) via our partner couriers. There is a slightly larger delivery cost for this service outside of London.
Collection In Store
Everything on the store can be ordered for collection from our store. Orders must be picked up on your chosen collection date, and can be picked up from the store between the hours of 9am – 6pm, seven days a week. If your order was placed online, please bring your order confirmation when collecting.
Certain goods can be sent overseas, please call for more information.