Lifeforce; nourishing since 1977, popping up 2018

Check out the Lifeforce pop-up shop on Camden Street in Dublin's city centre

Lifeforce has launched a 3-day pop-up available for a limited time only. It showcases their wholesome ingredients in addition to giving a portion of their profits to support the homeless



29 June 2018

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Lifeforce sells wholesome ingredients that stay true to their philosophy of providing food just as nature intended

From 26 – 29 June, Lifeforce is running its first pop-up shop on Camden Street in Dublin’s city centre.

The pop-up serves tasty breakfast options using Lifeforce’s wholesome ingredients that keep consumers fuelled naturally throughout the day. The brand also welcomes ambassadors including Roz Purcell and Jess Redden, who will be demonstrating how to recreate their most requested healthy recipes.

During the three-day event, customers are able to stock up on their Lifeforce favourites including nut butters, organic oils, Irish muesli and raw apple cider vinegar, with a portion of the profits going to the Capuchin Day Centre for homeless people.

Lifeforce was founded in Dublin in 1977 and since then has maintained a philosophy to provide foods just as nature intended. Foods that will not just nourish you but help you to achieve your full potential in life – whatever that may be!

Don’t miss the Lifeforce breakfast pop-up on 91 Camden Street Lower on 26 – 29 June, open from 8am daily.





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