Category Archives: Front Page News

UN Sustainability Goal 7 – Affordable and Clean Energy

Affordable and Clean Energy

UN Sustainability Goal 7 highlights two important percentages…. 60% – “Energy is the main contributor to climate change, it produces around 60 percent of greenhouse gases.” 14% – “More efficient energy standards could reduce building and industry electricity consumption by 14 percent.” We’ve used 100% Renewable energy from local supplier Good Energy for the last […]

Chocolate Bars launch in John Lewis Oxford Street

Rose & Violet Cream chocolate Bars

We’re delighted that our Plastic Free Packaging chocolate bar range launches in the flagship John Lewis Foodhall, Oxford Street next week! Rose and Violet Cream bar We’re delighted our chocolate bars are launching in John Lewis Foodhall Oxford Street, each bar flavour is unique and inspired by something personal to us. – Diana Our Chocolate […]

Fathers Day Chocolates 2019

Orangey Chocolate Sticks Champion Chocolate 2018

Father’s Day 2019 is Sunday 16th June and we have some fabulous Father’s Day chocolate gifts for you, all available with a Free Gift Tag message and optional gift wrapping… If you’d prefer a milk chocolate caramel why not try our Taste of the West Supreme Champion 2016 – The Bish – a soft salted […]

Introducing our new minimally packaged ‘Unwrapped’ range

Elderflower

Our new Unwrapped (TM) range is for customers who want to enjoy our chocolates without gift packaging. It presents our finest award winning fresh cream ganaches in minimally packaged plastic free packaging. It is a complementary offering to our chocolate boxes which are also evolving over the summer to be plastic free.  

Climate Change – UN Sustainability Goal 13

UN Sustainability Goal 13 - Climate Action

“[The unchecked burning of fossil fuels] would have a sort of greenhouse effect”, and “The net result is the greenhouse becomes a sort of hot-house.” Alexander Graham Bell, 1917 Bell went on to also advocate the use of alternate energy sources, such as solar energy. Climate change is really the trigger that got me personally […]

UN Sustainability Goal 12 – Responsible Consumption – Water

Un Sustainability Goal 12

I have to admit it’s not often that i’m pleased when the water bill drops through the door. However today was an exception, for with a few not overly complicated changes to our workplace we managed to reduce our water consumption to just 37% compared with the same period a year ago (despite slightly increased […]

Impact Founders – Fast Forward 2030 – University College London

Impact Founders Fast Forward 2030 University College London

Earlier this we were invited to join the Impact Founders group, a network of small organisations working towards a big change through the United Nations 2030 Sustainability goals. Fast Forward 2030 (1) was launched in 2015 by Professor Dame Henrietta Moore, Director of University College London’s Institute for Global Prosperity, and Arthur Kay, Chief Executive […]

Should we put a price on ecosystems? – The REDD+ project Madagasacar

UN REDD+ Program Madagascar

Over the last two weeks i’ve been studying the concept of valuing ecosystems with the University of Exeter (1). It may seem something of a strange concept that we should try and assign a monetary value to an ecosystem, yet we spend money on flood defences, water filtration, preserving biodiversity in national parks, and even […]

We are SALSA approved

SALSA Approved

We are SALSA approved. That is Safe and Local Supplier Approved.  The SALSA food standard is independently audited and recognised by all major stores. It has taken us eighteen months to achieve the standard culminating in our first audit earlier in February 2019. Written by experienced food safety experts, SALSA is a robust and effective food safety certification […]