Articles tagged with: ethical
UK Coffee Week (7-13th April 2014) is the largest national campaign to bring together the coffee industry and coffee consumers with the aim of helping to bring clean water to coffee growing countries.
The campaign is …
Join the Clean Up Cruelty Free pledge today by using brands such as Ecoleaf, Bio D, Faith in Nature and many more!
Who and what is hiSbe?
hiSbe, which stands for ‘how it Should be’, is a brand new community owned ethical supermarket in Brighton, the first of its kind outside of London.
Their motto is ‘happiness before profits’ and everything they sell is …
River Cottage is working with Hollins Hall Country Club located in Baildon – near Shipley,
West Yorkshire – to make improvements in its ethical, seasonal and local food procurement.
Help us to reduce the environmental impact of throw-away carrier bags by choosing long lasting, reusable Suma shopping bags. Thanks to their sustainable materials and long lifespan, they don’t cost the earth.
Suma workers get the Knitting bug. To date we’ve collected 50 hand-knit jumpers as well as some woolly hats to donate to the project and more are expected.
The Slow Shopper reflects on a successful six months of avoiding supermarkets and chain shops. But will she stick with it?
One girl’s attempt to inspire you to shop local… and juice things.
Suma’s ethical shopping blogger learns about animal welfare in the dairy industry and gets expert advice on becoming more self-sufficient.
The latest installment in a series of blogs on shopping locally, avoiding the supermarkets and fumbled attempts at self-sufficiency.