Following pop star Alesha Dixon‘s admission of juicing a whole bag of sprouts to maintain her Strictly Come Dancing figure, The Farmshed has created the Detox Box, crammed with nutrient-packed fruits, vegetables and herbs.

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Organic box delivery company, The Farmshed, has filled the box full of healthy, farm fresh organic fruit, vegetables and herbs from a selection of local suppliers. The box includes produce which have specific detoxifying properties, from pineapple, beetroot and broccoli, right through to ginger and celery. Juicing fruit and vegetables is a great way of giving the body much needed nutrients without putting a burden on the digestive system.

Despite recent questions being asked about products that claim to ‘detox’ you, healthy eating is still the best method of rebooting your body after the excesses of the party season, as many A-listers would agree. A-list actresses Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Garner have also professed their love of juicing as part of their super healthy eating regimes.

Founder of The Farmshed, Tom Cropper, said: “We all have the best of intentions for a healthy New Year, but sometimes it’s easier said than done. The Farmshed understands that and has put together a Detox Box, crammed with a selection of the best organic fruit and veg for your New Year detox, delivered directly to your door. You can’t get much easier than that! While there’s a lot of talk about the genuine benefits of various ‘detox’ products, you can’t really go wrong with good old fruit and veg!”

Based in Wigan, The Farmshed provides customers across Lancashire and Cheshire with organic, farm fresh fruit and vegetables, organically reared meat and sustainably sourced fish. Much of the produce travels from the ground to their door in less than 48 hours. The company also offers a wide array of products from beer and cider to baby food – all delivered direct to their door in re-useable boxes.

The largest independent box scheme in the North West, The Farmshed has won awards at the Chester Food and Drink Festival and The Federation of Small Businesses awards.

The Farmshed takes every step with the environment in mind. As well as reducing food miles by sourcing all products locally, the company supports the Sand Martin Wood project in Cumbria – a project dedicated to the reforestation of Sand Martin Wood – to offset its unavoidable carbon footprint.

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