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From relish to reusable snack bags, what to buy for your next picnic

Nothing quite says British summer time like a picnic.

But it doesn’t have to be soggy sandwiches and thermos flask tea.

Picnics can be delicious and memorable – if you are prepared.

So from delicious wine to all the picnic gear, here is what you need for your next trip to the park (as well as a good spot under a tree).

Amma Garden Basket

Basket case (Picture: Lola & Mawu)

Here’s a bright idea. This bold Fairtrade basket, handwoven by a cooperative of women artisans in northern Ghana, is the sweetest way to carry nibbles to the picnic.

Buy it from Lola and Mawu.

Citrus Fruit Recyclable Paper Napkins

Wipe out (Picture: Talking tables)

Meet your picnic saviour: a pack of plastic-free and recyclable paper napkins with a jolly, juicy-fruit print for wiping away sticky fingers and spills.

Buy a 20 Pack for £4.50 from Talking Tables.

Maison Mirabeau Nude Pink Wine

In the pink (Picture: Maison Mirabeau)

Upgrade your picnic with a chilled glass of organic, vegan rosé wine, bottled in 100% recycled glass with a local cork and paper collar.

Buy it for £22 from Maison Mirabeau.

Perfect Picnic Side Plates by Joe Browns

Plate Britain (Picture: Joe Browns)

Picnic crockery is a warm weather must-have and this set of side plates made from bamboo fibre are a pretty, planet-happy choice.

Buy a set of 4 for £26 from Fy!.

Gift Pack of Three Relishes by The Wonky Food Company

In a pickle (Picture: The Wonky Food Company)

Fact: picnics need pickles. So, this set of tangy onion, lime and tomato relishes, made from surplus fruit and veg, are perfect for elevating all your al fresco nibbles.

Buy it for £11.99 from Social Supermarket.

Recyclable Coolbox by Hunter Gatherer

As cool as it gets (Picture: Hunter Gatherer)

Keep picnic snacks and drinks chilled and with this eco-savvy cool box made from 100% biodegradable paper pulp.

After use, simply empty, air dry and reuse. Very cool.

Buy it for £30 from Not On The High Street.

High Water Hard Seltzer Mixed Pack

Some tin sparkly (Picture: High water)

Ready-to-drink alcoholic waters, flavoured with natural ingredients, will definitely add sparkle to your picnic. Plus, 1% of profits goes to marine conservation charity, Just One Ocean.

Buy 12 x 250ml cans for £25.99 from Drink High Water.

Reusable snack bags

Snack in action (Picture: Tabitha Eve)

Picnic for one? Don’t mind if we do. These washable, reusable snack bags, ethically handmade in the UK from breathable cotton, are perfect for a spot of al-fresco lunch.

Buy it for £11.45 from Tabitha Eve.

Furoshiki Block Printed Wrapping Cloth

It’s a wrap (Picture: Kate Austin)

Ditch cling film for Fairtrade, organic cotton, wrapping cloths, handprinted in eco-friendly dyes. A really neat idea for wrapping up fruit, cheese and bottles for a grab-and-go picnic.

Buy it for £14 from Kate Austin.

Merino Wool Waterproof Picnic Blanket

Snap it up (Picture: Rise and Fall)

A good picnic blanket does all the hard work for you – keeping you away from itchy grass. This luxury one is made with merino wool, so is super-soft but is also waterproof.

Buy it now for £65 from Rise and Fall

 


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