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PAMPER HAMPER

PAMPER HAMPER

Reward yourself this month with a Pamper Hamper*

As a reward for placing an order before end May 2017
We have put together an indulgent selection of local items, as follows:-

Relax in a bath with this luxurious
BATH SOAK containing:
gentle cleansing ingredients and soothing Aloe Vera to care for your skin
Summerdown Mint is based around the distinctive single estate, Black Mitcham mint.
From the farm in the foothills of the Hampshire Downs.
Bright notes of lemongrass, zesty lemon blended with the greenness of galbanum,
natural oils of blackcurrant, clove, cinnamon and cedarwood.

Sip traditional SUSSEX TEA
from a smart branded MUG
enjoy the delicious fresh, smooth, bright, pure English black Mitcham PEPPERMINT CREAMS

pamper hamper

*min total order value £500.00 + v.a.t
Co Prom Ltd grows through referrals.
If you know of anyone who would benefit from speaking to us,
please pass on our details and if they place an order with us YOU will receive the reward too!

For more details call/email or fax:
Jackie@coprom.co.uk,
Funtington Down House, Hares Lane, Funtington, Chichester, West Sussex PO18 9DL.
Tel: 00 44 (0) 1243 575 247

Eggsciting Offer

Eggsciting Offers

This month’s EGGSciting reward for placing an order*

Enjoy a mug filled with a decadent selection of award winning chocolate eggs
made by Lucy Armstrong in Chichester West Sussex,
as a reward for you placing an order before 14th April 2017

The selection includes:
white chocolate filled with hazelnut filling
dark chocolate filled with salted caramel
milk chocolate filled with vanilla marshmallow

*min total order value £500.00 + v.a.t
Co Prom Ltd grows through referrals.
If you know of anyone who would benefit from speaking to us,
please pass on our details and if they place an order with us YOU will receive the reward too!

For more details call/email or fax:
Jackie@coprom.co.uk,
Funtington Down House, Hares Lane, Funtington, Chichester, West Sussex PO18 9DL.
Tel: 00 44 (0) 1243 575 247

Feel Good February

Feel Good February

This month’s reward for placing an order*

Extending the popular January offer a meal for two as a reward for placing an order with us during February 2017

Including tips for the health conscious

We have put together meal choices for 5 chain restaurants in the UK why we have chosen them…

Nandos
For a starter we suggest the Spicy Mixed Olives.
Olives have high levels of monounsaturated fat and low levels of saturated fat which can contribute to reducing heart disease. Olives are also high in fat-soluble vitamins A and E as well as copper and calcium.
Chillies contain beta-carotene and capsaicinoids which release a heat producing compound found in the seeds. This stimulates the release of endorphins and increases the heart rate. Chillies also improve the body’s circulation and has been shown to kill cancer cells, reduce LDL cholesterol and alleviate stomach ulcer symptoms
For the main course the 1/4 chicken thigh with corn on the cob and a side salad is a balanced choice.
Chicken is easily digestible and is a high quality source of protein, the leg is a little fattier than the breast which makes it juicer and tastier. Chicken has essential amino acids that our bodies cannot make, like tryptophan. This is a precursor for serotonin which is involved in sleep patterns and brain activity.
Corn is loaded with lutein and zeaxanthin, two phytochemicals that promote healthy vision. A midsize cob offers a helpful 3-gram dose of dietary fibre.

Prezzo
For a starter I suggest the Antipasto Sharing Platter has prosciutto ham, salami milano, salsiccia piccante, buffalo mozzarella, marinated olives, sun blushed tomatoes, rocket and ciabatta. This way you get to try a few things without having to order the whole dish, I would try not to fill up on bread too much.
Sun-dried tomatoes serve as excellent sources of minerals, especially potassium and magnesium. Potassium helps your nerves communicate and regulates your electrolyte balance, while magnesium maintains healthy bone tissue and aids in energy production.
Rocket is a hot peppery leaf packed with essential disease-fighting nutrients, it is high in vitamins A and C. It also contains fibre and sulfuraphane, a substance known to have potent anticancer properties.
Mozzarella contains niacin, riboflavin, thiamine, biotin and vitamin B6. They are important to maintain healthy skin and vision and the formation of red blood cells. Mozzarella also contains fat-soluble vitamins such as A, D and E, which are important for bone growth, absorption of calcium and protection of cell membranes. It is high in fat content this is why I suggest a sharing platter so you get a little bit of what you fancy.
Despite the high fat and sodium content of salami, it does provide certain key nutrients. It does supply iron which helps protect your immune system and enables you to produce red blood cells. You also benefit from vitamin B12 which plays a role in red blood cell production and boosts the health of your brain.
Despite the saturated fat and sodium content of prosciutto ham, you still get certain key nutrients, though in small amount. Like salami it contains some iron which helps maintain your energy supply by transporting oxygen to all the cells in your body. The mineral also plays a role in the formation of red blood cells. Prosciutto also supplies trace amounts of zinc, niacin and vitamin B-12.
For the main choose Salmon with new potatoes, broccoli and green beans which will have you full without bloating.
Salmon is rich in omega 3 called EFA (essential fatty acid) which contributes to healthy brain function, the heart, joints and general wellbeing. It is also an excellent source of high-quality protein, vitamins and minerals (including potassium, selenium and vitamin B12).
Broccoli is high in sulforophane this has anti-cancer properties and may promote the elimination of potential carcinogens from the body. It also offers as much vitamin C as an orange, and is very rich in beta-carotene. Amazingly it also contains vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc too. It is also high in fibre and low in calories. What a super food!!
Green Beans are rich in vitamin K this benefits the body by helping to speed up the process of healing. Like broccoli it is high in vitamin C which is important when it comes to cancer prevention. Green beans are also rich in manganese. Aside from relieving symptoms of osteoporosis and osteoarthritis, manganese can also help fight premenstrual syndrome. SOLD!
New potatoes are a great source of energy they also contain vitamin B1 (thiamin), which our bodies need to help release energy from carbohydrates and is needed for healthy heart function. Potatoes contain other B vitamins too, including folic acid, vital for healthy cells and particularly important for pregnant women. Every cell in our body requires potassium to function, of which potatoes are a good source. The fibre content of potatoes, particularly in the skin, is also a great benefit and may help to reduce the risk of colon cancer.

ASK

For starter we would go for the Mussels alla Mariana. Mussels contain high levels of highly desirable long chain fatty acids, these fats have many beneficial effects, including improving brain function and reducing inflammatory conditions, such as arthritis. Mussels are also a brilliant source of vitamins. Plus they give you a dose of important minerals, such as zinc, which helps build immunity. Mussels even contain levels of iron and folic acid to rival red meats.
Tomatoes are an excellent source of lycopene, this powerful antioxidant has been linked with prevention of cancer in the prostate.
For the Main course we would suggest Seabass Al Forno, which is seabass fillet baked in white wine sauce with tomatoes, spinach, mushrooms and new potatoes.
Seabass is excellent source of protein, selenium and essential omega-3 fatty acids. These fatty acids help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by lowering blood pressure and reducing levels of cholesterol. It is quite high in mercury content which needs to be limited for pregnant women.
There are several types of mushrooms, I will use the most common white mushroom which has extremely high levels or the powerful antioxidant, L-Ergothioneine. Benefits of this have been linked to cognitive function, eye health, immune modulation, lung health, reproductive and skin health.
Spinach is a superb source of cancer-fighting antioxidants and has an impressive vitamin and mineral content. It contain 4 times as much beta-carotene than broccoli and also has very high levels of lutein and zeathanthin, which are both found in the lens of the human eye. It contains good levels of iron and a high amount of vitamin K, essential for the blood clotting process.

Pizza Express

So for starter Leggera Gameretti Piccant, which is prawns in a passata sauce, with chilli flakes, garlic oil, spinach and santos tomatoes, finished with parsley.
Prawns are a great source of protein as well as well as a good source of unsaturated fat, which makes up the majority of its fat content. Unsaturated fats can help improve your blood cholesterol levels when you eat them in palce of saturated fats and trans fats. Prawns are also a good source of omega 3 fatty acids (EFAs)
Parsley provides nature’s best carotenoids and is a nutrition powerhouse of a few known anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory phytonutrients and flavonoids (lutein, zeaxanthin, apiole, rutin and apigenin). This tiny-leaf plant is rich with chlorophyll, vitamin A, B, C, and K, folate and iron. It has high beneficial mineral contents like calcium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, vanadium, and zinc. Make sure you get some fresh parsley for at home, it’s not just for white sauce you know!
For the main course a great option would be Leggera Padana which is a very thin crust pizza witha a hole cust out of the middle and filled with salad. The toppings are goats cheese, spinach, red & caramelised onions, garlic oil and all under 500 calories!
Goat cheese, is easier on the digestive system and lower in calories and cholesterol and fat than its rival cheddar. It is also a good source of calcium, protein, vitamin A and K, prosphorus, niacin and thiamin.
Garlic is rich in organsulphur compounds, which are converted to allicin. These compounds have been shown to decrease the production of cholesterol by liver cells, have anti-inflammatory effects, prevent clogging and act as vasodilators of the arteries WOW!
Onions are another good source of allicin, in addition red onions are also packed with antioxidant flavonols like quercetin, a very active compound which as shown anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties.

Frankie and Benny’s

If you are going for lunch we would suggest only have one course, however if in the evening you are going and others are having a starter I would opt for the Tomato and Basil soup.
Basil is rich in vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin C, magnesium, iron, potassium, and calcium. It is said to have anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties.
For the main course we would suggest the 8oz sirloin steak served with roasted tomato, flat mushroom and a fresh watercress. I would select a jacket potato if I hadn’t had a starter and a salad if I had.
Sirloin fillet is approximately half of your daily recommended allowance of protein, it contains all the amino acids necessary to build muscle and repair tissue. Red meat provides a good amount of iron that your body needs for your red blood cells to transport enough oxygen to all the other parts of your body. It also provides zinc which helps build muscle mass, strengthens your immune system and helps promote a healthy brain. It contains naturally occurring B vitamins which is important because it helps promote a healthy body
Watercress has cancer-fighting properties due to the presence of sulphur. It also contains beta-carotene and lutein, both of which are powerful antioxidants. Rich in vitamins A, C and K as well as calcium, manganese and potassium it’s a great addition to any salad or a sauce. It doesn’t keep long so if you need to use it up you could always make a super powered soup to freeze for another day.

Simply place an order (value over £1,000 plus v.a.t.) this month,
choose which restaurant you prefer, we will send a voucher once the order is delivered

Co Prom Ltd grows through referrals.
If you know of anyone who would benefit from speaking to us,
please pass on our details and if they place an order with us YOU will receive the reward too!

For more details call/email or fax:
Jackie@coprom.co.uk,
Funtington Down House, Hares Lane, Funtington, Chichester, West Sussex PO18 9DL.
Tel: 00 44 (0) 1243 575 247

January Rewards

January Rewards

This month’s reward for placing an order*

Enjoy a post Christmas meal for two as a reward for placing an order with us during January 2017

Including tips for the health conscious

We have put together meal choices for 5 chain restaurants in the UK why we have chosen them…

Nandos
For a starter we suggest the Spicy Mixed Olives.
Olives have high levels of monounsaturated fat and low levels of saturated fat which can contribute to reducing heart disease. Olives are also high in fat-soluble vitamins A and E as well as copper and calcium.
Chillies contain beta-carotene and capsaicinoids which release a heat producing compound found in the seeds. This stimulates the release of endorphins and increases the heart rate. Chillies also improve the body’s circulation and has been shown to kill cancer cells, reduce LDL cholesterol and alleviate stomach ulcer symptoms
For the main course the 1/4 chicken thigh with corn on the cob and a side salad is a balanced choice.
Chicken is easily digestible and is a high quality source of protein, the leg is a little fattier than the breast which makes it juicer and tastier. Chicken has essential amino acids that our bodies cannot make, like tryptophan. This is a precursor for serotonin which is involved in sleep patterns and brain activity.
Corn is loaded with lutein and zeaxanthin, two phytochemicals that promote healthy vision. A midsize cob offers a helpful 3-gram dose of dietary fibre.

Prezzo
For a starter I suggest the Antipasto Sharing Platter has prosciutto ham, salami milano, salsiccia piccante, buffalo mozzarella, marinated olives, sun blushed tomatoes, rocket and ciabatta. This way you get to try a few things without having to order the whole dish, I would try not to fill up on bread too much.
Sun-dried tomatoes serve as excellent sources of minerals, especially potassium and magnesium. Potassium helps your nerves communicate and regulates your electrolyte balance, while magnesium maintains healthy bone tissue and aids in energy production.
Rocket is a hot peppery leaf packed with essential disease-fighting nutrients, it is high in vitamins A and C. It also contains fibre and sulfuraphane, a substance known to have potent anticancer properties.
Mozzarella contains niacin, riboflavin, thiamine, biotin and vitamin B6. They are important to maintain healthy skin and vision and the formation of red blood cells. Mozzarella also contains fat-soluble vitamins such as A, D and E, which are important for bone growth, absorption of calcium and protection of cell membranes. It is high in fat content this is why I suggest a sharing platter so you get a little bit of what you fancy.
Despite the high fat and sodium content of salami, it does provide certain key nutrients. It does supply iron which helps protect your immune system and enables you to produce red blood cells. You also benefit from vitamin B12 which plays a role in red blood cell production and boosts the health of your brain.
Despite the saturated fat and sodium content of prosciutto ham, you still get certain key nutrients, though in small amount. Like salami it contains some iron which helps maintain your energy supply by transporting oxygen to all the cells in your body. The mineral also plays a role in the formation of red blood cells. Prosciutto also supplies trace amounts of zinc, niacin and vitamin B-12.
For the main choose Salmon with new potatoes, broccoli and green beans which will have you full without bloating.
Salmon is rich in omega 3 called EFA (essential fatty acid) which contributes to healthy brain function, the heart, joints and general wellbeing. It is also an excellent source of high-quality protein, vitamins and minerals (including potassium, selenium and vitamin B12).
Broccoli is high in sulforophane this has anti-cancer properties and may promote the elimination of potential carcinogens from the body. It also offers as much vitamin C as an orange, and is very rich in beta-carotene. Amazingly it also contains vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc too. It is also high in fibre and low in calories. What a super food!!
Green Beans are rich in vitamin K this benefits the body by helping to speed up the process of healing. Like broccoli it is high in vitamin C which is important when it comes to cancer prevention. Green beans are also rich in manganese. Aside from relieving symptoms of osteoporosis and osteoarthritis, manganese can also help fight premenstrual syndrome. SOLD!
New potatoes are a great source of energy they also contain vitamin B1 (thiamin), which our bodies need to help release energy from carbohydrates and is needed for healthy heart function. Potatoes contain other B vitamins too, including folic acid, vital for healthy cells and particularly important for pregnant women. Every cell in our body requires potassium to function, of which potatoes are a good source. The fibre content of potatoes, particularly in the skin, is also a great benefit and may help to reduce the risk of colon cancer.

ASK

For starter we would go for the Mussels alla Mariana. Mussels contain high levels of highly desirable long chain fatty acids, these fats have many beneficial effects, including improving brain function and reducing inflammatory conditions, such as arthritis. Mussels are also a brilliant source of vitamins. Plus they give you a dose of important minerals, such as zinc, which helps build immunity. Mussels even contain levels of iron and folic acid to rival red meats.
Tomatoes are an excellent source of lycopene, this powerful antioxidant has been linked with prevention of cancer in the prostate.
For the Main course we would suggest Seabass Al Forno, which is seabass fillet baked in white wine sauce with tomatoes, spinach, mushrooms and new potatoes.
Seabass is excellent source of protein, selenium and essential omega-3 fatty acids. These fatty acids help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by lowering blood pressure and reducing levels of cholesterol. It is quite high in mercury content which needs to be limited for pregnant women.
There are several types of mushrooms, I will use the most common white mushroom which has extremely high levels or the powerful antioxidant, L-Ergothioneine. Benefits of this have been linked to cognitive function, eye health, immune modulation, lung health, reproductive and skin health.
Spinach is a superb source of cancer-fighting antioxidants and has an impressive vitamin and mineral content. It contain 4 times as much beta-carotene than broccoli and also has very high levels of lutein and zeathanthin, which are both found in the lens of the human eye. It contains good levels of iron and a high amount of vitamin K, essential for the blood clotting process.

Pizza Express

So for starter Leggera Gameretti Piccant, which is prawns in a passata sauce, with chilli flakes, garlic oil, spinach and santos tomatoes, finished with parsley.
Prawns are a great source of protein as well as well as a good source of unsaturated fat, which makes up the majority of its fat content. Unsaturated fats can help improve your blood cholesterol levels when you eat them in palce of saturated fats and trans fats. Prawns are also a good source of omega 3 fatty acids (EFAs)
Parsley provides nature’s best carotenoids and is a nutrition powerhouse of a few known anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory phytonutrients and flavonoids (lutein, zeaxanthin, apiole, rutin and apigenin). This tiny-leaf plant is rich with chlorophyll, vitamin A, B, C, and K, folate and iron. It has high beneficial mineral contents like calcium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, vanadium, and zinc. Make sure you get some fresh parsley for at home, it’s not just for white sauce you know!
For the main course a great option would be Leggera Padana which is a very thin crust pizza witha a hole cust out of the middle and filled with salad. The toppings are goats cheese, spinach, red & caramelised onions, garlic oil and all under 500 calories!
Goat cheese, is easier on the digestive system and lower in calories and cholesterol and fat than its rival cheddar. It is also a good source of calcium, protein, vitamin A and K, prosphorus, niacin and thiamin.
Garlic is rich in organsulphur compounds, which are converted to allicin. These compounds have been shown to decrease the production of cholesterol by liver cells, have anti-inflammatory effects, prevent clogging and act as vasodilators of the arteries WOW!
Onions are another good source of allicin, in addition red onions are also packed with antioxidant flavonols like quercetin, a very active compound which as shown anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties.

Frankie and Benny’s

If you are going for lunch we would suggest only have one course, however if in the evening you are going and others are having a starter I would opt for the Tomato and Basil soup.
Basil is rich in vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin C, magnesium, iron, potassium, and calcium. It is said to have anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties.
For the main course we would suggest the 8oz sirloin steak served with roasted tomato, flat mushroom and a fresh watercress. I would select a jacket potato if I hadn’t had a starter and a salad if I had.
Sirloin fillet is approximately half of your daily recommended allowance of protein, it contains all the amino acids necessary to build muscle and repair tissue. Red meat provides a good amount of iron that your body needs for your red blood cells to transport enough oxygen to all the other parts of your body. It also provides zinc which helps build muscle mass, strengthens your immune system and helps promote a healthy brain. It contains naturally occurring B vitamins which is important because it helps promote a healthy body
Watercress has cancer-fighting properties due to the presence of sulphur. It also contains beta-carotene and lutein, both of which are powerful antioxidants. Rich in vitamins A, C and K as well as calcium, manganese and potassium it’s a great addition to any salad or a sauce. It doesn’t keep long so if you need to use it up you could always make a super powered soup to freeze for another day.

Simply place an order (value over £1,000 plus v.a.t.) this month,
choose which restaurant you prefer, we will send a voucher once the order is delivered

Co Prom Ltd grows through referrals.
If you know of anyone who would benefit from speaking to us,
please pass on our details and if they place an order with us YOU will receive the reward too!

For more details call/email or fax:
Jackie@coprom.co.uk,
Funtington Down House, Hares Lane, Funtington, Chichester, West Sussex PO18 9DL.
Tel: 00 44 (0) 1243 575 247
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‘Tis the season for festive and favourite flavours

‘Tis the season for festive and favourite flavours

‘Tis the season for festive and favourite flavours
including Christmas mess, Champagne star, Mince pie brownie,
Clemeintine Bombs and mulled wine.

This month’s reward for placing an order*
enjoy some stunning festive chocolate flavours with our Hotel chocolat gift boxes as a reward for you
Place an order with us during December2016 and you will receive one or more of the following:-

chocolate-selection

Clients ordering promotional items before the end of December will receive this reward.

*min total order value £500.00 + v.a.t

Co Prom Ltd grows through referrals.
If you know of anyone who would benefit from speaking to us,
please pass on our details and if they place an order with us YOU will receive the reward too!

For more details call/email or fax:
Jackie@coprom.co.uk,
Funtington Down House, Hares Lane, Funtington, Chichester, West Sussex PO18 9DL.
Tel: 00 44 (0) 1243 575 247
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Autumn Rewards

Autumn Rewards

Autumn Rewards

This month’s reward for placing an order*
enjoy a cup of fine Sussex English tea and biscuits on us in one of our special Co Prom mugs
Place an order with us during November 2016 and you will receive the following:-

clever-clients-reward-autumn-2016

Clients ordering promotional items before the end of November will receive this reward.

*min total order value £500.00 + v.a.t

Co Prom Ltd grows through referrals.
If you know of anyone who would benefit from speaking to us,
please pass on our details and if they place an order with us YOU will receive the reward too!

For more details call/email or fax:
Jackie@coprom.co.uk,
Funtington Down House, Hares Lane, Funtington, Chichester, West Sussex PO18 9DL.
Tel: 00 44 (0) 1243 575 247
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September Rewards

September Rewards

This month’s reward for placing an order*
enjoy a cup of fine Sussex English tea and biscuits on us in one of our special Co Prom mugs
Place an order with us during September 2016 and you will receive the following:-

september-special-offer

Clients ordering promotional items before the end of September will receive this reward.

*min total order value £500.00 + v.a.t

Co Prom Ltd grows through referrals.
If you know of anyone who would benefit from speaking to us,
please pass on our details and if they place an order with us YOU will receive the reward too!

For more details call/email or fax:
Jackie@coprom.co.uk,
Funtington Down House, Hares Lane, Funtington, Chichester, West Sussex PO18 9DL.
Tel: 00 44 (0) 1243 575 247
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Cool Fest

Cool Fest

Cool Fest
This month’s reward for placing an order*
is a large (36 x 20 x 30cm) snow white cooler bag
& M&S voucher (so you can purchase the tipple of your choice)
Perfect for chilling this summer
Place an order with us during August 2016 and you will receive the following:-

#coolerbag

Clients ordering promotional items before the end of August will receive this reward.

*min total order value £1000.00 + v.a.t

Co Prom Ltd grows through referrals.
If you know of anyone who would benefit from speaking to us,
please pass on our details and if they place an order with us YOU will receive the reward too!

For more details call/email or fax:
Jackie@coprom.co.uk,
Funtington Down House, Hares Lane, Funtington, Chichester, West Sussex PO18 9DL.
Tel: 00 44 (0) 1243 575 247
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A cheesy Reward For May 2016

Reward yourself this May

Co Prom not only likes to reward clients who place orders with them
They also like to support local companies.
We think you will be charmed by this Cheese Hamper from
The award winning Bookham & Harrision Farms Ltd
Based in Rudgewick West Sussex.
Place an order with us during May 2016 and you will receive the following:-

Bookham_Harrison  cheese hamper

Presented in a 38cm x 25cm hand-woven wicker tray,
this lovely hamper features three delicious best sellers, as well as a pack of Bath Ovals
SUSSEX CHARMER 200g x 1
SUSSEX CHARMER 100g x 1
TWINEHAM GRANGE 150g x 2
CHARMER PICKLE 200g
FINE ENGLISH BATH OVALS
Gluten Free hamper available on request.

Clients ordering promotional items before the end of MAy will receive this reward.
See more details via www.bookhams.com

*min total order vlaue £500.00 + v.a.

For more details call/email or fax:
Jackie@coprom.co.uk,
Funtington Down House, Hares Lane, Funtington, Chichester, West Sussex PO18 9DL.
Tel: 00 44 (0) 1243 575 247
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