Global Foods and Provisions Ltd


We are an international supplier of food products and ingredients with more than 40 years combined experience in the food industry. We pride ourselves on striving to satisfy our consumer’s requirements as quickly, efficiently and cost effectively as possible. As demand from customers is for year-round availability, we source produce worldwide from our comprehensive network of suppliers.

Our BRC Agents & Brokers, ISO 9001 and Organic Farmers & Growers certifications satisfy even the most demanding customer quality standards.   Our Quality Assurance and Purchasing departments work seamlessly to ensure that our suppliers work to the highest possible standards and that our products are of excellent qualty.

You can check out what we have to offer by visiting our website at the following link and you can also give us a call at our offices on 0161 660 3380.

Coconut Oil

Coconut Gold Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

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Coconut Gold Extra Virgin Raw Cold Pressed Coconut Oil from Global Foods and Provisions.

Just a few of the fabulous benefits of Coconut Gold:-

Weight Management
A study conducted by the EFSA* into the MCT's contained in Coconut Gold confirmed that it helps to manage body weight, it helps to reduce body fat particularly in overweight persons, it helps to limit body fat accumulation and it helps to increase energy expenditure.

*EFSA Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies (NDA)
European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Parma, Italy

Alzheimers Disease & Brain Health
A recent University of Oxford study suggested that although the effects of coconut oil may be temporary, Alzheimer’s and dementia patients have indeed seen short-term benefits resulting from its use. This research supports Dr. Newport’s theory that ketones, which are byproducts of the breakdown of fats in the body, play an important role in brain health. The idea is that by boosting ketones, found in coconut oil, we can improve cognitive function.

Coconut Gold for Cooking

Cooking at High Heat - Some oils are unsafe to cook with at high temperatures, coconut oil is a great alternative, for whatever meal you are creating. Healthy options. Sir frying, lightly frying meat fish etc.
On Toast Instead of Butter - Simply use coconut oil instead of butter on your toast.

Eat it by the Spoonful - Coconut oil is that delicious and healthful. Enjoy one spoonful each morning.

Smoothies - Add one tablespoon of coconut oil into your favourite smoothie recipe and increase your energy with the oil's MCTs.

Fry Eggs - Lightly coat the bottom of your pan with coconut oil to create a non-stick surface and delicious eggs.

Popping Popcorn - A sweet twist on a classic snack! To make stovetop popcorn, you need a heavy-bottomed pan. First, add the coconut oil and popcorn to the pot. Coat the area of the pot with the oil, and use just enough popcorn to make a single layer over the bottom of the pot. Give the pot a little shake to make sure all of the kernels are coated with oil. Next, place the pot over medium heat. Put the lid on the pot, leaving it slightly open so that steam can escape. It should take about five minutes for the popcorn to pop completely.

Popcorn Topping - Instead of butter, melt a little coconut oil and pour it over your popped popcorn. Sprinkle some rock salt on top.

Oven Baked Sweet Potato Chips - Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Thinly slice sweet potatoes to about 1/8” thick.  Place slices on a baking sheet and brush lightly with coconut oil. Bake for about 15 minutes or until chips are lightly brown.  Add salt to taste, and serve with salsa or dip. (Or just eat them plain – either way they’re delicious!)

Replace Vegetable Oil for Baking - Next time you make your favourite brownie recipe, replace the vegetable oil with coconut oil. Your friends will be begging you for the recipe. Even vegan chocolate cakes are amazing made with Coconut Gold.

Pan Frying - Next time you fry up a batch of sweet potato fries or a piece of chicken, use coconut oil. The taste is great and the coconut oil's health benefits are even better.

Grilled Cheese with Coconut Oil - No need for butter the next time you are making a grilled cheese sandwich.

Coconut Oil Coffee - Adding a spoonful to your coffee is a delicious way to start your day with a huge energy boost!

Homemade Granola – add it to oats, cereals, seeds, nuts, a dash of oil and honey.

A Spoonful in Coffee or Tea - Allow some coconut oil to melt and mildly flavour your next cup of coffee or tea.
Salad Dressings.
Coconut Gold for Skin Care and Beauty

Cheekbone Highlighter - Apply a small amount on cheekbones over makeup.

Shaving Lotion - Close shave and a moisturizer at the same time.

Facial Scrub - Combine coconut oil with Himalayan crystal salt and apply to face each night. Washing it off is optional.

Body Scrub - Combine coconut oil and sugar.

Makeup Remover - Healthier, stronger and longer eye lashes are just a bonus! Leave on overnight, long lasting moisturizer.

Homemade Deodorant - You only need a few ingredients in addition to coconut oil to make this simple

Homemade Lip Balm or Lip Gloss - Apply directly or create a flavoured version with this

Diaper Rash Cream - Apply regularly to the baby's bottom to improve skin health.

Sexual Lubricant –Many people swear by this one, so natural :)

Stretch Mark Preventer during Pregnancy - This safe, healthy oil can be applied multiple times each day to help moisturize your
stretching skin.

Nipple Cream during Breastfeeding - Coconut oil is a popular choice for nursing mothers because it is a natural safe product.

Massage Oil - Coconut oil is the perfect choice for a massage oil. Not too greasy and with a relaxing scent.

Body Moisturizer - Apply directly after showering. Rough skin, ladies post shave moisture,

Fade Age Spots - Rub on hands or other areas daily.

Sunburn Care - A great moisturizer to use after you've gotten a bit too much sun.

Facial Moisturizer - After you wash your face, massage a light layer on your skin.

Mix in Bath Water - Melt about 1/4 cup and add it to your bath water and soak.

Tanning Oil - Put in a spray bottle and bring to beach. Spray on to keep skin moisturized.

Dry Feet Treatment - Mix with salt to form a foot scrub.

Elbow Rub - Helps manage the dry skin on your elbows.

Coconut Gold for Hair Care

Leave-in Overnight Conditioner - Looking for a deep conditioning hair treatment? Rub a small amount of oil into hair (mostly at ends), comb through and put hair in a loose bun before bed, and wash out in the morning.

Hair Flyaway Tamer - Use very sparingly on ends or areas with flyway’s.

Defrizzer of Split Ends - Just put a tiny amount on your hands and run them through the frizzy areas.

Static Reducer - Rub your hands together with a little bit of coconut oil on them and run them through your static-y hair.
Other Healthy Uses for Coconut Oil

Homemade Toothpaste - Combine equal parts coconut oil and baking soda. Sweeten with stevia and flavour with your favourite essential oil.

Aromatherapy - Whether you like coconut or not, the soothing aroma of coconut oil is pleasing to us all and can help us wind down after a long, stressful day. Read

Wound Care - Although you may not be ready to give up your Neosporin, coconut oil can even be used as a topical protector for wounds, shielding them with a thin chemical layer from outside contaminants. You can apply a small amount of coconut oil to small scrapes and cuts.

Metabolism Booster - 2 tablespoons per day are proven to rev up your metabolism.

Thyroid Supporter - Regular coconut oil consumption has been shown to support healthy thyroid function.

Energizer - 1 teaspoon can give you a burst of energy instead of turning towards a caffeinated energy drink.

Oil Pulling - Swish coconut oil around in your mouth for 10 minutes before brushing.
Coconut Gold for Animals

Feed it to your Dog or Cat - Coconut oil isn't just healthy for humans. Here is some good info on the benefits for dogs and cats????? Many vets and researchers today are recommending the regular use of coconut oil for dogs and many other pets as an excellent source of nutrients, which keeps your dog in good health.
The recommended dose is pretty easy; just give a teaspoon of coconut oil per 10 pounds of dog, or you can give a table spoon per 30 pounds. Start with about 1/4 the recommended dosage and build up to the recommended level over 3-4 weeks,
Put It on Your Cat's Paw - Put half a teaspoon on your kitty's paw to keep a shiny coat, paw or pad cleanser, supple joints. General benefits equal as to humans. 
• The oil is arguably the most nutritious and has many health benefits. Coconut oil is over 90% saturated fat and has antimicrobial, antibacterial, and antifungal properties.
     Coconut oil also has antioxidant properties and it helps in the absorption of          other minerals.
• Coconut oil is an incredible source of medium chain fatty acids (MCFAs), which have been shown to have many health benefits.
• Lauric acid in coconut oil in combination with oregano oil, has even been found more affective in fighting the Staph bacteria. Lauric acid has also been shown to be preventative against some cancers. Coconut oil is over 40% lauric acid, the richest source naturally available.”



Coconut Oil


Here at Global Foods & Provisions Ltd in Knutsford, Cheshire, we like to provide the very best food and drink ingredients for our growing number of clients, and what could be more nutritious than the range of Superfoods that we have to offer. What we have in stock of course depends at times on what is fresh and in season but we can give you an idea of some of the Superfoods we often supply which are the following:

  • Chia Seeds
  • Quinoa Seeds
  • Flax Seeds
  • Spirulina
  • Maca Root
  • Goji Berries
  • Acai Berries
  • Wheatgrass
  • Barley Grass
  • Bee Pollen
  • Cacao
  • Coconut Oil
  • Camu Camu
  • Baobab Powder
  • Amaranth
  • Lucuma
  • Hemp Seeds

We always ensure all the ingredients we supply are fully traceable and we have always as a company done our utmost to encourage sustainable farming methods and organic farming. 

You may be wondering what makes a food a superfood? There are many variations on the definition of a superfood but we believe that a superfood must contain high levels of various vitamins and minerals, along with enzymes and amino acids, and they are often an antioxidant which can be a key ingredient in the fight against various forms of cancer. The most common Superfoods come from berries, nuts, seeds, grains, algae, fruit and vegetables. 

As people become more and more aware of what they eat, and the effect of what they eat has on their fitness and health, then the more popular these Superfoods become, as they help people to stay healthy and have a good working immune system. 

You can find out more on what Superfoods we have to offer along with other products and ingredients by going to our website link at Superfoods 


Seeds And Pulses

If quality ingredients in the form of seeds and pulses are what your business requires, along with any other high quality food ingredients of course, then we have a fine range for you here at Global Foods & Provisions in Knutsford, Cheshire. 

Both pulses and seeds are well known for their health benefits of course, pulses are a great source of protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals, they are excellent for the digestive system, and there is no doubt that if we ate more seeds we would be far healthier in body and mind. Seeds are a source of protein and fibre, they help with the performance of the brain due to many of them being a good source of vitamin B5, they are good for your bones and help to give your energy, and they help to protect your cell structure and your immune system as well as being good for your heart!

We supply a wide range of seeds and pulses right across the UK and further afield to our customers, and here are some of the ones we usually have in stock:

Brown Linseed
Golden Linseed
Crushed Brown Linseed
Crushed Golden Linseed
Milled Brown Linseed
Milled Golden Linseed
Caraway Seed
Sesame Seed
Poppy Seed
Pumpkin Seed Kernels
Sunflower Seed
Chia Seed
Milled Chia Seed
Chia Powder
Chia Flour
Buckwheat Hulled
Toasted Buckwheat
Buckwheat Grits
Buckwheat Flakes
Kibbled Buckwheat
Buckwheat Flour
White Quinoa
Red Quinoa
Black Quinoa

Adzuki Beans
Black Beans
Black Eye Beans
Borlotti Beans
Canellini Beans/White
Kidney Beans
Chick Peas
Dark Red Kidney Beans
Dark Speckled Beans
Large Lima Beans
Lentils – Laird/Whole/Red
Pea Beans/Haricot Beans
Pinto Beans
Puy Lentils
Soya Beans – Whole
Yellow Beans
Mung Beans
Split Peas
Wasabi Peas

For information on our business and what we have to offer you please visit our website at the following link: Seeds & Pulses 

Seeds And Pulses
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