Food Babe Family - Header

Two Things I Don’t Leave Home Without & Healthy Travel At The Four Seasons Nevis

Recently, I had an opportunity to take a much needed break and go on vacation! If you follow me on facebook, you saw lots of impromptu pics and stories of my trip to the island of Nevis in the West Indies, where I stayed at the Four Seasons Nevis. I wanted to take a moment to share more details about my trip (in case you want to go!) and specifically how I stayed healthy while traveling.

First of all – staying at any Four Seasons Property, where they have the best people and service on the planet is a treat in itself. I’ve always found myself making conversation with their employees because they are so freaking nice & entertaining – it makes being on vacation that much more amazing and fun. You know what I’m talking about if you’ve ever saved money and time to go on a vacation and then ended up having bad service at a hotel or restaurant and it ruins the whole experience!

We arrived in Nevis on the tiniest of planes… just an 8 seater prop plane:


When I go on vacation, I always follow my habit of drinking lemon water before the day starts. The Four Seasons Nevis, as well as many other hotels will gladly provide a lemon and hot water usually for free via room service! By the end of my stay, the room service operator had my order down pat, which was really cute.

I also started each morning with a cup of tea (pictured below is one of my favorite fermented teas called “Pu-erh” by Numi – I like cardamon and ginger the best) and an organic green power. I always carry my own tea with me and always take green powders with me on vacation when I know I won’t be getting as much greens in – it’s a safety net I cannot live without! I gulp mine down with just water, but many people need something to help get it down, so I recommend using coconut water in that case.


The first day in Nevis, The Four Seasons and The Tourism Authority arranged a tour to Manza’s Organic Farm. There we met Manza himself and Angelique France. This experience was definitely a highlight of the trip and to quote Manza after he heard my husband had some pancakes at breakfast (which I took a several bites of!) “People were not meant to eat invented foods made by man, but plants made from earth.” and points to his surroundings – smart man!

We sampled, smelled and learned about all the ins and outs of the seasons and what grows when. Bugs were all over me, which was a good thing (but not the bites later!) because they don’t spray chemicals that kill living things on Manza’s.

One of my favorite plants we learned about was Soursop, which is known worldwide to be a natural cancer remedy. Soursop was growing plentifully on Manza’s farm, along with a bunch of other amazing fruits and vegetables. I got to take home a couple of items home, like this eggplant (pictured below) and drink fresh beet & ginger juice. Beet juice is a natural blood cleanser, improves blood flow and helps the body improve stamina during exercise. It was pretty cool to find beet juice other places on the island too, not just at this organic farm. Beet juice is popular in Nevis!


After we visited Manza’s, we had a chance to sit down with Angelique from Nevis tourism for a truly local meal at a place called the “Paradise Drive Thru.” I was a little nervous at first considering the name of the place! I can tell you this was not typical drive thru food – it was gourmet Nevisian cuisine! We had local fish & lobster, salad, vegetables and rice – so good and healthy. If you’ve been following the blog for some time now, you’ll know I tend to eat like the locals when I travel – life is too short not to experience all the goodness different cuisines and cultures have to offer. So naturally I ate lots of lobster on this trip – the water surrounding Nevis are teeming with them!

Paradise Island

We ate many dishes at the Four Season’s restaurants throughout our stay – they have a two restaurants near the beach and pool (Cabana and Mango), and 3 on the main property (Neve, Coral Grill, and The Library). We enjoyed the different sceneries, but loved eating at the beach and pool the best – where they have service available at all 4 pools on property and on the beach. The amenities beach and pool side included fresh water refills with lemon or fruit infused water, slices of fruit, frozen homemade yogurt, and other complimentary snacks.


My favorite breakfast was a vegetable roti, and I pretty much had the same avocado and chickpea cobb salad every single day for lunch because it was so good! Instead of meat, they used chickpeas – what a great touch. Looking back at the pictures makes my mouth water. The salad was divine and I’ll definitely be recreating it at home. Snacks included lots of guacamole and of course we had dessert pretty much every night. My favorite was fresh coconut ice cream with coconut chips available on the menu at the Library Bar menu. We hung out a lot in the library at night playing backgammon listening to live music and DJ’s in the lobby that was right next door.

Four Seasons Food

One night we walked down on the beach to Double Deuce, a beach restaurant & karaoke bar really close to the Four Seasons. The food was excellent and the place was happening! I had pumpkin soup, a salad, and some french fries off my husband’s plate – note the “no high fructose corn syrup” Hunts ketchup they had on the table. I normally skip the ketchup at a restaurant, but I had no problem indulging this time. It was interesting to find out that the chef has his potatoes flown in from Europe – considering there are so many organic potatoes available at Manza’s farm.

Double Deuce

As the trip went on, our meals kept getting more and more fabulous. The meal that I caught myself with my little lasso definitely tops the charts. I have been scuba diving for a long time, but I’ve never caught anything to eat before (in water or on land!), so when the Manager of the Four Seasons offered this experience to me, I couldn’t pass it up. Chef Kai, who is on point to prepare your lobster also dives with you! What an incredible bonding time – to be under the sea with your own personal chef! Catching a lobster was quite easy once I understood how the lasso worked. It was really fun and I will definitely be doing it again one day if given the opportunity. Chef Kai brought snack boxes with a fruit, cookies and chips to enjoy between dives too – I swear the Four Seasons thinks of everything!


Back on land, the chef prepared a delicious feast, freshly caught fish ceviche and the lobster. We enjoyed a special beach bungalow to dine in and relax for the rest of the afternoon. The beach bungalows have everything you need – tropical breeze, endless supply of drinks, magazines, even a TV (which we ended up turning on to watch the US Open). I don’t watch much TV, but it was nice being in the shade on the beach watching tennis.


Another favorite meal included this spread of amazing Indian food from a restaurant called Indian Summer. It’s the number one restaurant on the island and I can totally see why. Indian Summer was actually closed for renovations during our visit, but the Four Seasons went above and beyond the call of duty for me to try this cuisine. The chef from the restaurant cooked this meal in his own kitchen and brought it to the Four Seasons for us to experience. Being Indian and all – the meal was incredible and a nice change of pace from the Caribbean cuisine. The Four Seasons staff arranged this dinner in our own private bungalow on the beach under the stars – it was SUPER ROMANTIC.


Of course with all the eating going on, I had to stay active. I’m definitely not a “just sit on the beach” kinda traveler, so we made use of all the activities offered. We went scuba diving, rode bikes all over the mountainous terrain (the Four Seasons has absolutely gorgeous hiking trails where white faced monkeys hide!), went paddleboarding, after watching all the US Open we had to hit some balls on the tennis courts (one day we used the clay courts and one day we used the hard courts) and we walked and swam a lot! I almost always exercise on vacation or hit the gym. This trip I only hit the gym one time (which was fully equipped with everything by the way!).

Staying Active

Towards the end of our stay, we enjoyed a couple’s massage in the cutest little private spa hut. They have their very own co-ed whirlpool which I thought was very cool, because often times they are separated by gender – which totally kills the romance!


Reliving these memories makes me want to be back there. The Four Seasons Nevis is an incredibly beautiful resort to visit if you get a chance. It’s one of those resorts, you never want to leave. A big thank you goes to the entire staff of the Four Seasons Nevis and Angelique from Nevis Tourism for making our stay so memorable, fun and delicious! We’ll definitely be back soon, hopefully sailing up to the island for a stop next time!

If you have any question about healthy travel or Nevis – I’m all ears and have answers so ask away in the comments below.

Food Babe

P.S. I want to plan another trip soon, any ideas?


Food Babe Family - Book
Food Babe Grocery Guide

Sign Up For Updates

And Get A FREE Healthy Grocery Guide Sent To You Now!

Find out what to buy and where at the top grocery stores near you

Posts may contain affiliate, sponsorship and/or partnership links for products Food Babe has approved and researched herself. If you purchase a product through an affiliate, sponsorship or partnership link, your cost will be the same (or at a discount if a special code is offered) and Food Babe will benefit from the purchase. Your support is crucial because it helps fund this blog and helps us continue to spread the word. Thank you.

103 responses to “Two Things I Don’t Leave Home Without & Healthy Travel At The Four Seasons Nevis

    1. Thanks Bree! It was so much fun – I’m glad I did this recap for the memories and to day dream again 🙂

  1. Beautiful blog entry! My husband and I are rabid travelers and eat as you do (we make everything, and what we don’t make, we make sure we know the source) so I loved this blog post. Check out Nicaragua for great adventure travel AND great food. Morgan’s Rock is one of our favorite little Eco-resorts, covering 500 acres of preserved rainforest and everything they make is grown on their farms or caught in the ocean. Even the drinks are from their forests (Piña Colada? Yes, please!). Gorgeous place. Next time we go (this is one of the few places in the world we return to again and again) we are doing a kayaking, camping and rappelling/climbing trip, followed by SCUBA (we’re addicted too!) and then finishing in luxury at Morgan’s Rock. Thank you for sharing!

    1. Wow…I’m googling Morgan’s Rock right now – sounds amazing. I’ve always wanted to go to Nicaragua! Thanks for the ideas Ashley.

      1. 4000 acres, I stand corrected. Last trip we fished (and ate ceviche made by the captain on the ride back), surfed, dove, visited volcanoes and coffee plantations, went horseback riding, hiked out onto rocks, kayaked…endless things to do and see. Beautiful country! A hint: you’re not supposed to “choose” a villa, but ask for #4. It’s right at the path down to the beach, perfect for night swimming, and it gets the best breezes. Now I have to start planning. It’s been too long since we’ve been, 2 years!! Cheers! 🙂

  2. My late husband and spent a glorious week in Nevis-just as the Four Seasons was being built.We remarked to each other how smart they were to realize that this paradise was perfect for them. Thank you for rekindling the memory, and the taste of the fresh fish. Also I’ll start my day with lemon water now. Did you love the cloud surrounding the mountain?

    1. Yes! We were going to climb to the top, but since it was rainy season everyone convinced us not to… next time we are going to do it, no one will stop us! 🙂

  3. Try Tangkahan in North Sumatra. It’s just beautiful!
    I declined the hike but loved the stories my kids told about pulling leeches from their ankles…
    Everything else though makes this a trip of a lifetime. 🙂

      1. Yep! large leeches and my 9 year old daughter counted 39 as she pried them from her legs.
        Riding the elephant up the mountain however was her most memorable moment!
        … either there or Bukit Lawang – another great place and Moringa grows everywhere there!

    1. or you could go just north of the northern tip of Sumatra to our island, Koh Lanta in Thailand; a place so tangibly magical, every day i meet visitors who say “we don’t want to leave!” i’ll let you google it…

  4. Great Article:) My family and I are planning a vacation for January to Grand Cayman! We eat similar to you so we are working on meal planning so we know exactly what will be going into our bodies. Thanks for sharing

    1. If you know where you are staying, maybe they have the menus online… The Four Seasons have their menus online, so I got to plan ahead a little 🙂

  5. Can you share the price for your vacation and how long you stayed? Any tips on booking the trip would be great. How long was the flight? It looks like you had an amazing time! I especially liked learning about the farm and all the local food. I am wondering as well are you a certified diver or did you do that there? Thanks for sharing :))

    1. Our room fare was given to us at a media rate, however, I noticed the low season – August – October in the Caribbean is significantly less expensive than high season – about 350 a night. Also you pretty much get the resort to yourself – which is amazing! The flight wasn’t long at all – 3 hours to PR and then another 1:45 from there. There are direct flights in high season to St. Kitts, where the FS will pick you up via boat and take you to Nevis. We stayed for 6 nights and felt like we could have had 1 or 2 more days 🙂

  6. Wow awesome trip! Thanks so much for sharing 🙂
    So many wonderful activities plus amazing food, my kind of vacation!

  7. I so love you foodbabe! I changed our lifestyle about 2 months ago and love it!!!!! I was so oblivious of the nastiness in our foods. Thanks for your help!!!!!
    I think a trip in the summer to Greece would be great! Food and people are amazing!
    Keep up the good work!

    1. The last time I was in Greece was in High School for a debate trip… I’d love to go back now that I’m an adult – great recommendation!

  8. Nice review. Do tell more about the avocado chick pea salad…it must have been different??? Love your blog.

  9. I just saw the headline before I started thinking – ‘I know the things I don’t leave home without when traveling, I wonder if it’s the same.’ Lo and behold…

    I don’t travel without lemons unless there are specific laws against it. But even traveling in the US, it can be hard to get a hold of certain produce. I remember being stuck on the Las Vegas strip without a car. I walked to so many different stores, hotels and shops. No fresh fruits to be had, and I was dying without! I checked out the prices for a small fruit bowl at my hotel…ain’t no way I was going to pay that much for fruit! I never wanted to deal without again. I honestly didn’t feel that great after a few days without fresh veggies & fruit.
    I even went to Colorado, not realizing it wasn’t the most vegetarian-friendly state. Any time we went out to restaurants, it was slim-pickens for me, usually just side salads.

    I get made fun of for packing half my luggage with citrus, teas and organic protein powders. While it’s so great to experience all the culture you can muster, by trying as many different foods as you can, I learned that I can’t leave my health at home.

  10. Wow, that just got me drooling..The food looks delicious and I love anything to do with the ocean. There is one special place that may be too far for you to go on vacation…but I just want to put it out there…Soneva Fushi in the Maldive Islands. I think it is the best coral I have ever seen with plenty of fish, whale sharks, giant mantra rays in the clearest warm water. The island is tiny but they give you bikes to get around. Plus it is very eco friendly. And since it is so close to India, the food is amazing…

  11. Take me away!!!

    Looks beautiful. And I love that you do lemon juice and hot water while on vacation. That slips for us but we always do green juice or green powders first thing.

    Does Nevis have a juice bar? Or juicers?

    Thanks for sharing:)

  12. Wow looks awesome!!!! The Four seasons is def a place I would go of I could afford it!!!
    I noticed your pics by the pool? Do you swim in the pool? I was wondering since most pools use chemicals! Just wondering how dangerous they are?
    I love spending time poolside on vacation!

  13. How can I lose weight and eat real food? I love eating real food and have lost maybe 5 pounds but I can’t seem to lose anymore. I’m still 20 pounds overweight. Please help! You look beautiful and I want to that good when we go on vacation in 6 weeks.

  14. Love this! My trip idea for you would be India my way 🙂 I craft personalized wilderness and wellness experiences that peel back the layers of India. My favourite experience is my Himalaya Elements experience combining safari in India’s premiere tiger reserve at the foothills of the Himalayas, staying in a remote jungle lodge in the jungle with gorgeous Indian food made fresh for you, a dip in the Ganges in Haridwar, staying at 8,000 ft in a luxurious private estate with 180 degree views of the Himalayas eating locally grown produce plus so much more 🙂

  15. Holiday recommendations – Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia or Broome in Western Australia.

  16. I just got back (literally 2hrs ago!) from a 10 day road trip across Ireland. Ate fresh, locally sourced foods and avoided all the junk we tend to snack on at home – because it isn’t available there! Stayed active with city walks, 10 mile cliff walks, a mountain climb in County Mayo, and hiking along all the rocky coastlines in Northern Ireland. I highly suggest a visit there in the shoulder tourist season, as we literally had the place to ourselves! Good, real, fresh food, too! Only downside side was we ended up a bit dehydrated by day’s end, but back home and back in the routine again! Glad you had fun, your trip looked fabulous

  17. Wow Thank you food babe. Now you make me want to go there! What a wonderful trip. Thank you for taking time to do this for all of us. I really enjoy your blog and all the useful information you post. Thank you again…

  18. Just bought a Omega 8004 masticating juicer. Can’t wait to get it. I watched the Fat, Sick and nearly dead movie the other day and it got me motivated. I could definitely lose about 30-50 pounds to get to my high school weight. I don’t know what I would do with myself if I get to that level. I know it won’t be easy but I’m sure going to give it the ole college try! My wife is in on it too so we are changing our lifestyle for the future! I’ll look on here for tips and tricks to cope…

  19. Years ago, I had the pleasure of staying at the Four Seasons on the Big Island of Hawaii. You are right; it is one of the best hotel chains in the world. The rooms are amazing. The pools are incredibly beautiful and they even had a giant pool full of tropical fish that we could swim in. It was crazy! Plus, all the tuna sashimi you could ever eat! Thanks for sharing ;o)

  20. You are seriously so awesome, I love everything about your trip. I will be begging my boyfriend to go to Nevis with me next year now!! I just got back from Maui and completed my first open water dive, diving is such an amazing experience I can’t wait to get more dives in, and possibly catch my own dinner like you did 🙂 Thank you so much for sharing.

    1. Check out trips to Nicaragua- it’s Beautiful, so quiet almost empty beaches and very cheap…cheap flight too (from New York) depending on the season

    2. I’m right there with you, Julie! We could never afford to do the kind of trips Vani and her husband do. We feel lucky when we can afford to stay in a nice La Quinta on our vacations! I seriously doubt she will do a travel on a dime story herself, but maybe she could have a guest traveler write up a story for those of us who are not in the upper class. How to eat healthy when you’re staying at a motel with no fridge, no restaurant, no exercise room, etc. and you’re surrounded by gas stations, McDonald’s and IHOP.

      1. I hear you both, $350 a night! Yikes! for most families in the middle class category. Keep in mind there are many beautiful places to visit in the U.S. Try doing some Priceline deals domestically, that helped us out a few summers with our kids. We live on a real budget not a six figure salary like the Babe and her hubby who I believe at the time of this post was written were making upwards of 6 figures EACH so we may need to look at more real life bloggers sometimes…I’ll give you guys my tips on traveling on a budget. We’ve been traveling for years (17) and budgeting…

        Get a deal online for the hotel (Priceline, Expedia etc.)
        and don’t be obsessed with foreign vacations, pay your bills responsibly, live within your means and travel internationally when it is truly affordable for you like when you have an emergency stash built up and debts reduced.

        Book a hotel with a hot breakfast, this takes care of one meal for the day and most will have fruit, eggs and whole wheat toast (or BYOB bring you own bread).

        Book a hotel room with a kitchenette if possible so you can prepare some packed lunches for your day excursions and snacks.

        Go to the local grocery and stock the fridge (this way you can make sure you get your veggies, juices etc.)

        Bring a blender, can be a cheap one (for smoothies in the mornings and snacks at night)

        Check out the nearby restaurants before the trip and plan where to eat for each day’s dinner.

        Most important of all do your best, ENJOY your vacation and try not to stress too much. You’ll do better once you’re home again. Hope this helps!

  21. Thank you for so much info. You have truly educated me on so many potentially dangerous foods out on the market. I have recommended many and continue to do so to your website. You truly are a babe. Do you have an older cousin or auntie for me?

  22. Sounds like a wonderful trip. You should check out Blackberry Farm Resort in Walland, Tennessee. It is in the foothills of the Smokey Mountains. They grow, raise, catch, make everything they serve. It is wonderful!

  23. go to greece! it’s amazing and has tons of history! the mediterranean diet is awesome and the island of Crete has the healthiest people in the world!

  24. The food looked so fresh and delish! Thanks for sharing! If you are ever in the Houston area working on a food project I’ll be happy to asst!

  25. A trip to the Greek islands is a must!!! You will love the fresh seafood and wonderful homemade oven dishes. Not to mention the salads, thinking about it makes my mouth water. Your trip sounded so amazing, thanks for sharing!!! Now go to Greece, I’ll be on Paros this summer in a little village called Aliki. Come visit me and my family! 🙂

  26. Hey Food Babe! I travel with Juice Plus capsules – 25 fruits and vegetables in capsules. It’s like the Green Vibrance, but has NSF certification of purity and 31 published studies on its efficacy. Have you heard of it?

  27. Check out the Four Seasons in Costa Rica on Penisula Papagayo. Stunning architecture. Designed by a Costa Rican architect. And, of course, the amazingly incredible service.

  28. Awwww…I need a vacation. Nevis looks wonderful!

    I never leave home without dates, walnuts, chlorella and plant based protein powder. Super easy to travel with. Yes!

  29. This trip sounds awesome!!! Thanks so much for sharing. Reading about all the local food makes me hungry!!

  30. St. John in the Virgin Islands is my favorite island get away. 2/3 National Park with hiking trails and tropical beaches with clear caribbean water. There are hundreds of private villas to rent as well as large resorts. I love to experience the whole island and recommend touring the North Shore in a jeep

    1. I love it there too! We spent Christmas & New Years there one year – it was awesome. I love that little Tapas bar in town too – so good.

  31. Firstly my compliments and thanks a million for all the great tips.
    Curios about the water and lemon in the morning before the day starts, is the water hot , room temperature or like preparing hot tea and how much 8oz’s or 6oz’s . What are the benefits or is this just a lifestyle preference. How much time before you have your hot ginger tea.

    Thank you and you are a great inspiration.

  32. You are one of the first sites I look up on my computer. Nevis sounds wonderful. In 1976 (I am now 85) I had the wonderful opportunity to drive around the world for National Car Rental and GM Motors. We ate all kinds of foods, mostly freshly prepared and we often didn’t say in 4 or 5 st star hotels. India has the very best ice cream.

  33. We don’t really travel much…. we did take a trip to Rhode Island from Indiana this summer. We have severe food allergies/intolerances and literally can’t eat safely from any restaurants. We made our own beef jerky, dried fruit and other homemade snacks for the car ride (20 hrs?!) This was with a 2 year old and 4 year old…. I guess we like challenges! And to eat we made all of our meals in the hotel room with a microwave, griddle and crockpot – went shopping at the local markets/grocery stores for some fresh foods but I prepacked our own pancake mix (homemade), flatbread mix (homemade), and dried beans – it was a bit crazy and stressful, but it kept us all fed and safe 🙂

  34. Great pictures and great traveling tips, we can see you had a really good time 🙂 I love traveling but eating right while I’m away from home is always a challenge. I loved your tips about the morning ritual, water with lemon and green power. I can’t find it in portuguese health stores so I think I’ll just order s0me from amazon(thanks for sharing the link by the way).
    Suggestions for next trip, come to Madeira, a small portuguese island with amazing scenarios to do some hiking.

  35. Great pics! I’ve gotten some really good tips from you…What I have to add, though, is that most people I know cannot afford traveling like this…I live on a limited income…I have also noticed that there are some things listed as good for you (and I did go to school for nutrition, some things I have known for a long time) that I simply cannot ingest. Ginger, I know, is awesomely good for you, and I am afraid even the smell bothers me. I mention this because many cuisines use this, I find… and I love coffee, tea is OK, but just doesn’t do it for me. I wonder what you and your readers suggest…the other question I have is what you use to sweeten things like coffee, tea, etc. Honey is OK, but most coffee places do not have it…

    1. Sue – I recommend coconut palm sugar or coconut nectar to sweeten anything! Stevia is another great option if you handle the bitter after taste and keep it clean – make sure to check the ingredients for other additives and choose a pure stevia product.

  36. Food Babe,
    I’m surprised you eat Lobster being that it is a bottom feeder. We try to stay away from shrimp, lobster, scallops, etc. Unless you know something different…maybe I’m wrong. Let me know.

  37. I love to travel and see new places and meet new people but for me I realized a lot of it was about trying the food the locals eat. In Israel, you see every scrap of land that is with out living spaces, will be farmed. Its not like they get food from neighboring countries.. so they grow everything.. fresh Mediterranean foods and lots of history..

    You gave me some advice before my trip to SE Asia this year. It was about your thoughts on Vaccinations. The whole month went by so fast.. I’m into history and going to Thai Land, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia was a trip full of it and also great foods..

  38. This sounds amazing! I’m drooling over all the yummy food. Am I the only one on a budget? I would love to give my family a wholesome food/activity experience on a future vacation, but out of the country is out of our budget right now. Where can I get something similar closer to home?

  39. As my husband & I are TOTAL organic health Junkies 😉 I would love to know of an “organic” getaway vaca place here in the US! As close as possible to the South East since I am terrified of flying haha! I know that may be next to impossible or rare, but I would pack up and leave in a flash! Maybe an organic farm ect… Would Appreciate any suggestion! Thank you & God Bless!!

    1. Denise, we just got back from Asheville, NC. It was fabulous! You should definitely check it out.

      1. Yes, Sarah- Asheville NC is absolutely beautiful. My husband and I went there for a weekend trip (we live about 3 hours away) and to our surprise, there was an organic fair going on downtown. It was heaven! Plus, I had the biggest, juiciest, sweetest blackberries EVER there! Asheville is not expensive, either. Lots of shops with local artists and craftsmen.

  40. How amazing!! Looks like a wonderful trip and all of the food looks impecable, starting to make me salivate! You definitely deserve such a wonderful trip! Can’t wait to read about your next one 🙂

  41. Hi Vani! I’ve seen your article about beer- but what are your thoughts on wine? Have I just overlooked it? My mom started raving about you a year ago or so and (don’t tell her) she was right!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

food babe with grocery cart - footer image