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All 01.05 BRANDS & MANUFACTURERS

  • Organico Realfoods

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    Organico Realfoods sells 100 per cent natural or organic food to retailers and health shops in both the UK and international markets. There are three own brands in the range: Fish4Ever, Organic and Wild Thing, plus the company represents six other brands from quality European and US producers. Organico is a range of all organic, Mediterranean food. Carefully sourced from farmer-grower producers and co-ops that endorse ethical principles, to ensure quality starts from the soil. The foods include a wide range of pastas including special diet pastas in rice, buckwheat, corn and spelt, pasta sauces and an award winning passata, varieties of flavoured olives, artichokes, sundried tomatoes, grissini, rissotto, balsamic vinegar and polenta. All are made by co-operative- or family-run businesses, using traditional methods where possible. Organico has an ethical working practice policy and a commitment to using the highest quality, authentic, organic ingredients. Products are available from independent shops including delis, health food shops and farm shops and online supermarkets. For information of your nearest stockist either contact the company direct or check out the website. See the separate listing for Fish4Ever.

  • Hampstead Tea

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    Offers an exclusive range of biodynamic, fair trade and organic teas including Darjeeling, green, chai, etc. Provides a mail order service and delivers all over the UK. Hampstead Tea were the first tea company in the UK to use the stitch method on their tea bags as opposed to using plastic based glues, but they are now going further. With the help of packaging manufacturers seeking environmentally friendly innovation, the company is now offering their loose leaf tea pouches in a new material called NatureFlex. NatureFlex looks and feels like a plastic material…but it most certainly is not. The material is created from renewable wood pulp and reformed to create the bags that Hampstead Tea use. NatureFlex is: <ul> <li>GMO Free <li>Home Compostable <li>Approved for Marine Biodegradation <li>Sourced from Sustainably Managed Trees <li>Lower Carbon Footprint. </ul>

  • Doves Farm Foods Ltd

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    Fairtrade Foundation
    Soil Association

    One of Europe’s largest producers of organic and speciality flour and grain products for industrial and domestic markets. Many years expertise with cereal based foods has enabled the company to develop products in a range of food categories including bulk and home baking flour, breakfast cereals, sweet and savoury biscuits as well as cakes and bread. Consumers can purchase goods from local supermarkets, health foods shops, wholesalers and via online organic stores. The products are also available to buy online directly from Doves Farm’s own website.

  • Yetman’s Brewery

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    Supplies hand-made beer from their own brewery in rural Norfolk. The brewery is situated in a 200-year-old barn overlooking barley fields and livestock. On a clear day you can see the sea from the front door. Uses only Maris Otter mated barley and whole hop flowers, which provide for more intense, clean flavours. Provides beer for many local outlets in the Holt area, plus a few in Norwich and also supplies casks with stillages and cooling gear for parties and events.

  • Stroud Brewery

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    Soil Association
    Vegan Society
    Society of Independent Brewers

    Stroud Brewery produces real ales and a range of organic and vegan bottled beers made with Cotswold-grown malting barley.

  • Karma Cola UK

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    'World's Fairest Trader' 2014 - Fairtrade International
    one of the 'World’s Most Ethical Companies 2014' - The Ethisphere Institute
    Soil Association accredited
    Fairtrade Foundation accredited

    We believe what you drink should not only taste good, it should be good for the land, good for the people who grow the ingredients and as good for you as a fizzy drink can be. A few years ago we had a crazy idea that sent us on a search for cola, the name ingredient in the world’s most popular fizzy drinks. We wanted to connect cola drinkers with growers in a way that respected everyone and everything in between. It took us all the way to a small village called Boma in West Africa where cola nut is traditionally harvested and Karma Cola was born. Now, two years on, every time you buy a bottle, part of the proceeds go back to Boma in Sierra Leone to help rebuild in the aftermath of war. Karma Cola has already helped to build a bridge, a rice processing plant and send 45 young girls and boys to school.

  • Helen Browning’s Organic

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    Soil Association

    Supplies the highest quality British organic fresh and cured meat through supermarkets and nationwide home delivery with Ocado. Added value organic meat products, including fast food, are sold under the Helen Browning’s  Organic brand. Maintains the highest animal welfare standards, using no GMOs or pesticides and avoiding the routine use of antibiotics. Soil Association-registered.

  • Fish4Ever

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    Fish4Ever’s range of sustainable and ethically caught fish is unique; it has a full traceability system, allowing you to track each tin, jar or packet back to the boats that caught The range includes tuna, mackerel, sardines, salmon and anchovies. Available from independent food shops and online, including Whole Food Markets, Planet Organic, Hisbe, Farmdrop, Abel & Cole and Ocado.

  • Caroline’s Dairy Ice Cream

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    SALSA Approved

    Caroline’s Dairy is a multi award-winning company producing luxury handmade ice cream and sorbets from their working dairy farm in West Sussex. The ice cream is made in small batches, using only the milk from their cows which is then combined with carefully sourced ingredients and locally produced fruit to make over 20 delicious flavours of ice cream and five sorbets. Since launching in 2008, the company have come a long way but still make their ice cream in exactly the same method – using the rich creamy milk from their herd of cows to create the ultimate smooth luxury ice cream they are now renowned for. With a strong customer base, Caroline’s Dairy supplies a range of eateries and retail outlets across the South from local pubs and restaurants to farm shops. They also supply to The South East National Trust and Southern Co-operative stores.

  • Hodmedod’s

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    Soil Association certification for their organic products

    Hodmedod works with British farmers to offer a range of pulses and grains, with a commitment to providing quality food that’s as sustainably produced as possible. All our pulses and grains are British-grown – and always will be! Our first product was the fava bean, grown in Britain since the Iron Age but little eaten in recent centuries. They’re delicious, nutritious and good for the soil and bees. Split fava beans are especially versatile and easy to cook as they don’t need soaking. More recently we’ve been searching out and developing production of other less well-known foods, like black badger peas and quinoa. We offer our products as dried ingredients for cooking as well as in more accessible cans and as roasted ready-to-eat snacks.

  • Clearspring Ltd

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    Christopher Dawson, chairman of Clearspring, has searched the world for 20 years for foods that meet the highest standards of taste and quality. Clearspring offers the most extensive range of certified organic Japanese products available in the UK as well as a comprehensive range of products including food ingredients, ready-made meals, savoury and sweet snacks, beverages and more. Clearspring is committed to supplying foods made without the use of GMOs, chemical fertilisers, animal manure, pesticides or herbicides. Over 100 products from the ‘Clearspring Organic Kitchen’ are dairy free, sugar free, vegetarian, vegan. Many are also wheat-free, gluten-free and kosher. Products are available to buy online (contact shop@clearspring.co.uk for enquiries) as well as being stocked widely in supermarkets and independent stores.

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