Berries, nuts and seeds are considered to be a ticket for a healthier and happier life and the Roath’s “Spice of Life” won’t be the last to take up this valued advice, yet with its spicy twist. Gareth Cooksley’s wholefood store is a great way to achieve well-being without spending a fortune. He points out that the credit crunch makes people think how and on what they are spending their money. “The organic phenomenon started 31 years ago. During the credit crunch “Spice of Life” is doing better than ever before. When the times get harder, people go back to basics. It’s cheaper to eat wholefood and organic food is better for the planet.” True enough, but as he also adds, such a choice is still an individual one.