Sammy Satsuma

The Hero!

An excellent source of the immune boosting, powerhouse we call VITAMIN C, did you know satsumas are bursting with nearly half a days daily recommended intake of vitamin C and there isn’t really much this powerful nutrient can’t do. It fights for our immune system and delivers energy.

Charlie the Chip

Potatoes pack a fair amount of nutrients, but let’s talk antioxidants, as they contain these important molecules, these help protect your cells against what is known as free radicals, this means there is an unpaired electron left to do damage in the body. Eating foods high in antioxidants helps stop that damage a free radical can cause.

Christopher Corn

Did you know that sweetcorn contains a lot of fiber, this is great for keeping your tummy healthy and happy. Now what lots of people do not know is that sweetcorn is also good for your eye health,  lutein and zeaxanthin are the antioxidants that are responsible for this, what an important food to include in your diet.

Cherry Twins

Cherries are one of the healthiest superfoods, cherries have "the highest medicinal value” because they are rich in antioxidants , they are a good anti-inflammatory which means they help your body respond to offending bugs which may make you unwell. That is pretty amazing isn’t it!

Grace Grape

What happens if you eat grapes every day? Well, you get lots of copper that helps the body carry out many important functions, such as making energy in the body and the tissues in the body. Your body also needs copper for brain development. What an important little fruit.

Lenny Lemon

Lemons have so many health benefits, Vitamin C which is great for energy, but did you know they contain compounds called limonins? It is found in the juice of the lemon. It is used to make medicine.

Mo Mango

Well, mango is full of so many benefits, copper, folate, vitamin B6, vitamin A, and vitamin E and is very good for the skin, mango promotes skin collagen which is responsible for skin structure and strengthening your bones. Mango evens hydrates you, it seems mango is pretty important, the fact it tastes delicious is a bonus for sure

Peggy Pea

These are little balls of hap-“PEA”-ness, they contain magnesium, potassium and calcium and are also rich in antioxidant nutrients like vitamin C, as well as phytonutrients including carotenoids and flavanols which are heart protective and support the cardiovascular function. The protein content is one of the reasons they are powerful, they contain a fair amount which keeps you strong and healthy.

Pedro Pepper

Pepper contains vitamins A and C, potassium, folic acid, and fibre. All of which are very important to keep you healthy and strong, but did you know that they are actually a fruit because they come from a flowering plant. Also a fun fact; red bell peppers have more than twice the vitamin C of a green pepper. WOW!

Peter Potato

A mix of vitamins and minerals in potato, all with health benefits of their own and all in one potato. The fiber content is high and did you know about half of a medium potato's fiber is from the skin, and the vitamins are also higher in the skin than in the potato itself. WOW make sure you eat the skin to stay healthy and strong.

Patty Pear

Did you know that pears and apples match in equal levels of Vitamin C and Vitamin B2. Now Vitamin C is for energy and healing , but do you know that vitamin B2 is good for growth. So, if you want to grow strong and healthy then don’t forget to include pear in the diet.

Romesh Rhubarb

Did you know rhubarb is good for your bones? It is a great source of vitamin K, which is important for blood clotting, but also for bone health. It is close to being called a super food as it has a fair amount of calcium, we know that is also good for bones. What a powerful vegetable it is. Yep! Rhubarb is actually a vegetable.

Sidney Squash

Squash has some serious health benefits, ready?  It has vitamins A, B6, and C, folate, magnesium, fiber, riboflavin, phosphorus, and potassium. That's a serious nutritional power-packed fruit. All these vitamins work together to keep you healthy from the inside out.

Summer Strawberry

Magnesium is high in strawberries, which is great for muscle and nerve health. There is also a fair amount of vitamin C in them that will give you energy and help you heal from colds, viruses and it reduces the risk of more serious health conditions. What a powerful little fruit. Did you know the seeds on the outside of a strawberry are actually the fruits.

Tommie Tomato

Well, we know tomatoes have Lycopene, this is an antioxidant that protects our cells from damage. It is what makes the tomato red.  They also contain potassium, vitamins B and E and a fair amount of other nutrients all working to keep you healthy. Did you know Tomatoes are fruits as they are from a flowering plant.

Abi Apple

Did you know that apples are known to give you energy, this is because they are very high in vitamin C, but also they contain a fair amount of fibre. Fiber can help you stay fuller for longer, this means you have more energy over a longer period of time. Remember to eat the skin too because that is where the magic is, nutrients live more in the skin than in the apple itself.

MRS Avocado

A powerhouse of vitamins in avocados, which include vitamins C, E, K, and B6. WOW! All of these vitamins provide energy, but also help to keep our blood healthy and our bones thanks to the vitamin K. They are an excellent source of folate also and this is very important for producing healthy red blood cells. What an important fruit this is.

Buster Banana

Bananas are high in potassium, but did you know that they can provide energy in the day and if eaten before bed can help us sleep. This is all down to the magnesium and potassium they contain, this relaxes muscles and then the tryptophan they contain stimulates serotonin in the body and that helps us sleep.

Buster's Parents


Bananas contain vitamin B6 which is important for brain development and also for keeping our immune systems healthy. What a “bananatastic” fruit this is. Vitamin B6 is so important it may have triggered the growth of the first living creatures on Earth. WOW


This amazing fruit with all its benefits also helps us maintain a healthy heart beat too, thanks to the potassium, then the Vitamin C helps with our energy.

Billy Brussel

Brussels are fairly high in fiber, loaded with vitamin K also provide a fair amount of vitamin C, this means they give us energy while looking after the blood and are very important for bone health. That is not all they do, with all the vitamin C they help keep our eyes healthy. That’s a lot of benefits in a vegetable.

Becki Broccoli

Broccoli is high in calcium, this amazing mineral helps our muscles to move and for nerves to carry messages between your brain and every other part of your body. That is not all though, calcium is a major component of bone so we need calcium to keep our bones healthy and strong, it is also vital for healthy teeth.

Bella Blueberry

In just one handful of blueberries you have so many notable health benefits. Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Manganese, Potassium to name a few. Let’s talk Manganese, it helps the body form connective tissue, bones and has blood clotting factors thanks to the added benefits of Vitamin K. Blueberries are a super food and one of the healthiest of the berry family.

Carla Cucumber

Did you know that cucumbers are probably the most underestimated of all the different fruits. They contain antioxidants which protect our cells, they hydrate the body so it’s like eating your daily fluid intake. Such clever fruits. They also contain Vitamin K which helps your blood stay healthy and they have lots of fiber. If that wasn’t enough, they are helping your immune system stay healthy all while providing vitamins B and C along with minerals like copper, phosphorus, potassium, and magnesium. I said they were underestimated!

Sammy Satsuma's Parents


Satsumas have a fair amount of pro vitamin A which helps to keep our eyes healthy as we get older, we all need to keep our eyes healthy so we can read all about Sammy’s adventures.


Satsumas contain a powerful mineral called Potassium, did you know potassium carries a small electrical charge that activates various cells and nerve functions. Isn’t that amazing!

This helps keep us healthy so it is a very important mineral to have.

Calvin Carrot

Did you know that Carrots are loaded with Vitamin A they also have Calcium and Vitamin K also, most people think carrots can help you see in the dark, I believe if you check the vitamins they contain, they do so much more than that. They keep your bones healthy, heart healthy and they contain lots of antioxidants, ok they do also help keep your eyes healthy. I think they are pretty impressive root vegetables don’t you?