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TOP of the SHOPS

Mernie Gilmore finds out what’s hot to shop this week



Forget pumpkin spiced lattes, you know autumn has arrived when The Body Shop’s Vanilla Pumpkin range is back on the shelves. We’re big fans of the sweet nutty fragrance and can’t get enough of this handbag-sized Vanilla Pumpkin Hand Cream, £7, which contains hydrating shea butter to soothe and moisturise dry skin.


Holland & Barrett has launched a new range of food with health-boosting benefits. From snacks and sauces to chilled food and drinks, there is something for everyone. Try the delicious Glow Nut Butter with Benefits, £3.50, which is enriched with vitamin C – essential for collagen production in the body – and zinc for skin health.


Fancy a nightcap? Then why not treat yourself to a bottle of Wolfies, £35, a new whisky from legendary rocker Sir Rod Stewart. Distilled in Scotland, this blended whisky has notes of warming cinnamon, fresh vanilla and baked apple, which are all Rod’s favourite flavours, combined with a gentle smokiness. Visit wolfieswhi­sky. com to buy.


Halloween is finally here next week and if you’re hosting a party, then these new Thorntons Toffee Apple Caramel Shortcake Bites, £1.25, are the perfect treat to hand out for dessert. An autumnal twist on millionair­e’s shortbread, they contain toffee-apple flavoured caramel on a biscuit base with a creamy chocolate topping. Pick them up in Asda.


In a win for the environmen­t, Lavazza has just released its first coffee machine made from recycled plastic. The A Modo Mio Tiny Eco, £69, has a small footprint, so will fit in a compact kitchen, and produces fresh coffee at the push of a button. It’s designed to be used with Lavazza’s Eco Caps, which are compostabl­e and carbon neutral. Find it at lavazza.co.uk.

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