Panasonic is proud to continue its 30 year partnership with Team GB during this year’s Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. Inspired by Team GB’s elite athletes, Panasonic is helping foodies of all standards to raise their game in the kitchen by encouraging people to create delicious, fresh food and drink at home.
When it comes to fueling your body for the day ahead, preparation is everything, which is why Panasonic has teamed up with Team GB’s Ice Dancers Penny Coomes and Nick Buckland to help prep them on their road to PyeongChang.
So, to celebrate how Panasonic’s cutting-edge kitchen appliances are bringing the gold standard to Team GB’s food preparation, Panasonic is giving away two exclusive bundles worth over £300, to help give you the inspiration, and tools, needed to create delicious, fresh food at home.
The bundle includes the Panasonic Slow Juicer MJ-L500, which presses and crushes fruit and vegetables while preserving more nutrients, vitamins and antioxidants than a standard high speed juicer, so that you get all the goodness needed for the day ahead. You can also juice frozen fruits using the innovative frozen attachment to create tasty sorbets and frozen yoghurts.
The winner will also receive The Juice Diet recipe book by Christine Bailey which contains more than 100 inspiring recipes to create mouth-watering juices and smoothies – as well as a Joseph Joseph Index™ chopping board set, Joseph Joseph TriScale™ and Le Creuset stoneware.
To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic package, watch Nick and Penny’s video about why preparation is everything to them, and tell us what colour juice they create using the Panasonic Slow Juicer.
For more information about Panasonic’s partnership with the British Olympic Association visit www.panasonic.co.uk/preparation