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Elizabeth Hurley Launches Organic Food Line for Harrods

Elizabeth Hurley: Unlikely Organic Farmer

Off the top of my head I can't remember the last time I've seen British bombshell Elizabeth Hurley on screen, but for good reason — she's packed everything up Green Acres style. The former actress has left the high life of London to live on a 400-acre organic farm in Gloucestershire where she shares space with cattle, poultry, sheep, and pigs.

She's not stopping there either. This week Hurley launched an organic snacks line in conjunction with Harrods using ingredients straight from her farm. All the organic snacks are low-calorie (100 or less), low-fat and include beef jerky, oat bars, and fruit snacks.

The 44 year old married mother of one couldn't be happier trudging through the mud in a pair of Wellingtons and says that leaving London was the only way to give her son a healthy upbringing free from paparazzi "I would be bursting into tears and just be so angry. There is something about motherhood that makes you very protective of anyone coming too near your child, and the paparazzi did things like take pictures of him nude on the beach and put them online. It was disgusting, disgraceful."

Hurley says that the inspiration for her organic line came from her own experiences with fad diets. “It’s compulsory portion control. I’ve never been able to chop a Jaffa Cake in half and just eat one piece,” she said.

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cg130 cg130 7 years
Like you said, Spectra, she's got a great business plan - people will eat this up (pun intended, hahaha). And good for her, moving her son out of the paparazzi's eye - how horrible, taking photos of a naked little boy.
Spectra Spectra 7 years
I'd be interested in seeing what her snacks are like. I like the idea of organic snacks that are 100 calories or less, but can't you just eat an organic apple or some organic grapes instead of paying a ton for a granola bar? Gotta hand it to Liz, though, she's one heck of an entrepreneur. I'm sure people will buy her snacks like hotcakes.
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