We’re proud to display the Soil Association organic certification on all our products, but what does it actually mean?

  • Sustainability for soil and ecosystems
  • Fewer pesticides & no fertilisers
  • No GM ingredients

Only products that have been legally certified can be called organic, so you can be sure that where you see the symbol what you’re buying has been produced to the highest standard.

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Small Change, Big Difference

Not only is everything we make organic, it's also 100% plant only, vegan and gluten free. Back in 2015, we took our love of veggies to the next level and ditched the meat.

Enjoying at least one meat-free day a week is one of the best things we can do for the planet. So, whether you're vegan, vegetarian, flexitarian or even a meat-eater, we hope that you'll find something delicious in our range.

Go on – give it a try!


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Caring For Our Natural Resources

Water is a precious resource and choosing organic, plant only foods can help preserve it for future generations. Manufactured nitrogen-based fertilizers are banned in organic farming because they can contaminate rivers and waterways.

And, did you know that livestock farming uses a third of our planet’s supply of fresh water?

Nature Has The Answer

Did you know that organic farming can help slow climate change?

If Europe's farmland all followed organic principles, agricultural emissions could drop by 40-50% by 2050, with plenty to feed the growing population healthy diets.

That's why we say 'Nature Has The Answer'.... and the answer is organic. Better for wildlife, and better for the soil - it's what the planet would choose.

If everyone had one meat-free day a week it’d be like taking 240 million cars off the road