Thursday, 1 May 2014

Better with BRITA - #Win a Marella Filter Jug worth £21

Today sees the launch of the Better with BRITA Campaign, they have teamed up with food magazine Delicious and launched the campaign.

BRITA is passionate about great tasting food and drinks and doesn't believe that you should compromise when it comes to making recipes that use water as a key ingredient. The launch of the 'Better with BRITA competition' celebrates people that create great tasting food just as it ought to be.

Having 4 children means I am ever conscious of whats going into their food. With the quality of our tap water going down hill of late you can really notice the difference when using filtered water compared to water straight from the tap. We notice it especially when we make pasta!

Whether your soda bread is talk of the town, a friend has perfected their very own gourmet pie recipe or a nearby neighbours cupcake creation is in high demand BRITA wants to hear from them.
An expert judging panel will decide on a shortlist of people who will be given the chance to go to London and make their produce for the judges to taste. Three lucky winners will attend the UK's most popular food festival The Big Festival for an experience of a lifetime to sell their creation and gain recognition.

The competition is open for entries now and doesn't close until 30th June so there is plenty if time to get your entries in. If you have the cooking know how and fancy taking part why not give it a go! BRITA have even given me one of their Marella Water Filter Jugs (rrp £21) to giveaway to one of my readers. The perfect opportunity to test out your recipe with beautifully filtered water.

For your chance to win please fill out the rafflecopter form below. Leaving a comment is the only mandatory option. Please take a moment to read the full terms and conditions before entering.

Terms and Conditions
  • Open to UK and Ireland Residents Only
  • The first entry on the rafflecopter is mandatory and must be completed to validate your entry. Anyone not completing this will be disqualified.
  • All other entries are optional.
  • The winner will be chosen through random.org using rafflecopter and announced on the widget after the closing date. Winner will also be displayed on twitter and facebook.
  • The winner will be notified through email within 3 days of competition ending. They will have 7 days to reply to email, if they do not a new winner will be chosen.
  • The necessary details will be passed to the competition organiser who will arrange delivery of your prize. You details will not be passed by me to any third parties.
  • I can not be held responsible for any missing and/or damaged deliveries.
  • The company reserve the right to substitute the prize for something of similar value in the event of the prize not being available.
  • Entries made using automated software or bulk entries will be disqualified.
  • Only one entry per household.
  • The competition will close at Midnight Friday 24 May

112 comments:

  1. Some lemonade for a lovely spring day.

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  2. Some ice lollies and jelly for the Summer!

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  3. Too many choices. I'd probably make some yummy fruit lollies now the weather is picking up.

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  4. Fruit ice lollies
    (kim neville)

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  5. ice lolies

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  6. Mint tea

    @jaizduck

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  7. ice lollies with added real fruit juice

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  8. I'd be happy with just the water to be honest! Probably some ice cubes/lollies for the summer ahead.

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  9. It should be elderflower season soon, so some lovely elderflower fizz would be lovely to make with the filter

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  10. claire nutman4 May 2014 09:36

    vodka ice cubes

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  11. Christine Shelley4 May 2014 09:38

    traditional lemonade

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  12. I'd use it in cooking to make cakes.

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  13. I will just drink water, my children love chilled water, try it with cucumber for a change

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  14. Would like to make a stunning sticky ginger chicken soup....hmmmm

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  15. Edward Guerreiro4 May 2014 14:14

    Definitely chicken soup.

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  16. Jelly for a summer trifle.

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  17. Some pancakes make with half milk/half water for a lighter batter

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  18. laura jayne bates4 May 2014 17:03

    some fresh juice

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  19. Lynsey Buchanan4 May 2014 17:36

    Ice tea

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  20. heatherhazle4 May 2014 17:54

    Ice lollies! Yum!

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  21. susan smith4 May 2014 19:59

    Ice cold Lemonade

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  22. Jelly.. lovely wobbly jelly :)

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  23. vimto ice lollies in the summer

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  24. Spicy seafood stew

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  25. ice lollies - they're my main craving this pregnancy!

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  26. Ice Lollies for this sunny hot weather

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  27. Ice Lollies for the summer, they're so much better with filtered water!

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  28. Just plain water - maybe with a slice of lemon, I definitely need to drink more water

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  29. I'd make some lime jelly :)

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  30. Catherine Bell20 May 2014 10:39

    Scotch broth

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  31. A nice cold glass of squash

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  32. Kelly Hooper22 May 2014 19:23

    some flavoured ice lollies

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  33. I need lots of water to make the sauce for my chocolate jaffa pudding x

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  34. jelly for the kids and coffee for me

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  35. Samantha J Freeman23 May 2014 10:08

    plain old water with a slice of lemon & ice cubes - so refreshing

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  36. Deborah Bird23 May 2014 11:36

    I would put it in my smoothies!

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  37. I would like to try making some different flavour ice drinks

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  38. ice lollies cheryl hadfield x

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  39. Carrot soup :)

    @oneisjamie

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  40. homemade fruit punch for the kids

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  41. Jane Middleton23 May 2014 21:55

    tomato and cucumber salad

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  42. Spa water with mint and lemon.

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  43. i think id make some smoothie icelollies!

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  44. lemonade! @sallylearning

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  45. just plain water with a twist of lemon and some ice x

    Katie Thomas
    Katiethomas1984@hotmail.co.uk

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  46. Elizabeth Williams24 May 2014 14:59

    fruity ice lollies

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  47. Some ice lollies for my gorgeous grandchildren :)

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  48. Porridge, I use both milk and water when I make porridge

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Thank You for your comments, I love reading them all x