This Health Food Brand Has A Pop Up Shop In Dublin This Week – And All The Profits Will Go To The Homeless

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Gorge health food brand LifeForce opened a special pop up shop on Camden Street in Dublin this week.

They’ll be selling their delicious wares (including nut butters, coconut oils and porridge) at the shop until Friday, June 29 – and all the proceeds will go to the Capuchin Day Centre for the Homeless. A very nice gesture indeed.

The shop is open from 8am, and you can also grab some breakfast made with LifeForce’s wholesome ingredients to keep you fuelled throughout your day.

Fitness influencers Roz Purcell, Megan Williams and Jess Redden will be on hand over the rest of the week to demonstrate how to recreate their most requested healthy recipes.

Currabinny stars James Kavanagh and William Murray will also pop in to share their top cooking tips tomorrow.

The LifeForce range is free from artificial preservatives, additives, flavourings and colourings, with no added salt or sugar, and is available in your local Dunnes, SuperValu and Tesco.