Do Goodly Dips, a new maker of healthy, plant-based foods, has launched its debut range of dips with a lockdown offer that will raise funds for mental health charity Mind. The products are available directly from the company’s website, doogoodlydips.com.
The Carmarthenshire-based company is on a mission to create great tasting food that has a positive impact by being healthy and raising money for charity at the same time. Its current range comprises four refreshingly different dips developed by co-founder and Michelin-trained chef Scott Davis. They are Mighty Beetroot Borani, Smashed Pea Guacamole, Superstar Salsa and Tasty Tomato and Bean Houmous.
Entirely plant based and made with no added sugar and nothing artificial, the dips are full of flavour and an excellent source of fibre and protein. For the company’s launch, Do Goodly is offering a special “Now you’re Dipping” lockdown pack of six dips for the price of five (£12.50) with free delivery and 10% of profits going to Mind.
The company was formed by Richard Abbey and Scott Davis after the pair discovered a shared ambition to create a range of healthy, feelgood food. They plan to expand their range of dips over the coming months, selling both via their online shop and through supermarkets and independent food stores.
Richard said: “Scott and I aim to create a range of food that looks and tastes wonderful and is good for you. We’re delighted with our debut range of dips, which can be enjoyed in countless ways – not only as dips but also in recipes. Look out for a recipe book coming soon. We’re also proud to be supporting Mind, especially during lockdown when so many people are experiencing pressures such as loneliness, worry and financial uncertainty. We hope that money raised from the sale of our lockdown packs will help Mind continue its great work supporting people at this difficult time.”