Welcome to Seasoned Pioneers new website!

It’s been nearly a year in the making, but at last our new website is live!

We welcome you here and hope that you find the new site user-friendly, inspiring and informative.

Despite hours and hours of testing the functions of the new site, we are realistic and know that some further tweaks are probably going to be needed.

So, do bear with us in these early days and please don’t hesitate to let us know if something isn’t doing what it says it will do!

We will then get any teething problems ironed out as soon as we possibly can.

You can contact us by email at info@seasonedpioneers.co.uk or call our UK freephone number 0800 068 2348 or +44 (0)151 343 1122.

Without wishing to sound dull, we do feel that we should mention the following points, call it small print if you like:

Images – we’ve done our best but please do be aware that any images are not always 100% representative. For instance, if you’re following a recipe and it doesn’t look like the picture, don’t worry, we are in no doubt that it will still be delicious!

Recipes – Quantities to use are as accurate as can be but we all have different tolerances for the heat levels of spices and chillies. With this in mind, when following a recipe, use your own sound judgement to adjust the amounts to meet your own tastes and those of your family & friends!

All that’s left to say is that we hope you enjoy visiting the new Seasoned Pioneers website and that shopping with us will be a pleasure!

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