There are numerous vitamins which can naturally protect and support your memory, allowing you to get back some of the sharpness you once had.


Uncle Joes Walnut oil -

NZ Gourmet Oil Competition- Best in Show  2007  &  2008

NZ gourmet oil competition -  Gold 2007,2008,2009, 2011, 2012,2013,2014,2016

AVPA International gourmet oil award, 2014, (one of 2) silver medals

Uncle Joe's Hazelnut oil scooped Class Champion award

NZ Gourmet Oil Competition - Class Champion 2016

                                                Gold 2016

                                                Silver 2009,2011

AVPA International gourmet oil awards 2014, Gourmet diploma

Uncle Joe's Mustard Seed oil-

NZ Gourmet oil competition - Silver 2016

                                              Bronze - 2014

AVPA International gourmet oil awards 2014, (one of 5) Bronze medals

Uncle Joe's Pumpkin seed oil -

NZ Gourmet oil competition Bronze - 2013

Uncle Joes Flax seed oil -

NZ Gourmet oil competition - Bronze 2016

Uncle Joe's Walnut spread,  Cuisine Artisan award 2009




The Health benefits of nuts

Packed with protein, fibre and essential fats, nuts are one of this season's best buys. A golf ball-sized portion (about 30g) of unsalted nuts makes a vitality-boosting snack and, unlike most other options, contributes a mix of valuable vitamins and minerals. All nuts have different nutrition credentials and will offer various health benefits - find your perfect match with our guide...

HFG guide to nuts

Eaten as a snack, sprinkled over salads or baked in treats, nutritionist Lisa Yates explains which nuts are best for you.

Get cracking

A new range of cold-pressed nut and seed oils produced by a group of Marlborough people will soon be available on supermarket shelves around the country.

The new joint venture between seed grower Garth Neal and Marlborough walnut and hazelnut producers Jenny and Malcolm Horwell was a collaboration of expertise, specialist equipment and hard work.

Flaxseed oil for an omega-3 boost, not a substitute

Flaxseed oil will give your diet a nice little omega-3 boost in the form of alpha-linolenic acid. But it’s a backup, not a substitute, for the omega-3s in fish and fish oil because of the conversion factor.

The Journal of Nutrition

The Dose of Hazelnuts Influences Acceptance and Diet Quality but Not Inflammatory Markers and Body Composition in Overweight and Obese Individuals.

Go nuts to boost brainpower

Nuts are a great source of vitamin E along with leafy green vegetables, asparagus, olives, seeds, eggs, brown rice and wholegrains.