We’re proud to be celebrating World Earth Day two years in a row, after sharing the history behind Earth Day with our blog readers last year. This year, we’re as passionate as ever about sustainability and making sure gift-giving stays plastic-free and kind to the planet. The brands we work with ensure they each are doing their bit to protect the Earth, whether that’s by using recycled materials in their packaging, implementing renewable energy practices in their production processes, or supporting environmental conservation initiatives. 

By working with these eco-conscious brands, we’re able to offer our customers a guilt-free gifting experience that aligns with their values. As we continue to grow and evolve, our commitment to sustainability remains unwavering, and we’re excited to see the positive impact we can make together for many Earth Days to come.

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Bettyhula are located in Yorkshire and create vegan and cruelty-free skincare products using traditional techniques and the finest quality, natural ingredients, laced with a selection of delicious and exotic Hawaiian inspired scents.​ Many of their products are made of recyclable materials such as glass. For example, their nourishing antibacterial hand moisturisers now come packaged in tubes made out of sugar cane, which biodegrade much quicker than regular plastic packaging! Their products come in three heavenly scents: Champagne & Spice, Rum & Blackcurrant and Lime & Mango. BettyHula donates monthly to Macmillan and The British Heart Institute.

Vurchoo Jewellery

Made of 100% recycled silver (925, hypoallergenic) and ethically sourced gemstones. 10-25% of the proceeds of each style of earring goes towards the education of children in different countries such as Thailand, Guatemala and Zimbabwe. Vurchoo Jewellery donate these proceeds to the UK based charity Teach a Man to Fish. The charity works with educators and young people around the world to set up youth-led enterprises. The initiative empowers not only the children themselves, but also the communities they are a part of. Vurchoo Jewellery states that: “Every design supports education for those in need around the world. You have helped plant the seed of knowledge, a gift that will last a lifetime.”Not only do Vurchoo aim to fight against the unethical production of jewellery, they also prioritise sustainability with the Studs of Hope collection packaging now being 100% recyclable.

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Gabby's Picks for her Christmas Movie Night in

Locksley Distilling Co.

Based in Sheffield, Locksley Distilling Co. are a distinguished brand in the world of gin, renowned for their exceptional craft gin creations that redefine the drinking experience. They work closely with two charities, Whirlow Hall Farm Trust, and Sheffield Children’s Hospital. They only use 100% British wheat-based spirit, made locally, and of exceptional quality, while also sourcing organic, natural botanicals locally where possible or by fair trade principles. All of their products are created, produced, distilled, bottled, and packed at their distillery. Their recyclable glass bottles are made 59 miles from the distillery, minimising the shipping impact on the environment. Locksley Gin only uses electricity at the distillery (no gas) which has been renewably sourced since 2020. The distillery minimises waste in many ways: all of their spent botanicals are composted; their condenser water is recycled and their paper, cardboard, glass, and plastic waste is also recycled.

Two Farmers

Based in Herefordshire, Two Brother Crisps tout their status as the UK’s first 100% compostable and plastic free packaging crisps brand. They strive to use locally sourced ingredients, such as Hereford Hop cheese and onions grown on their own farm. Many of their flavours are vegetarian or vegan. We currently stock four flavours: Lightly Salted, Salt and Cider Vinegar, Hereford Hop Cheese and Onion, and Woodland Mushroom and Wild Garlic.

Save the Turtles Hamper
Gabby's Picks for her Christmas Movie Night in

Who Gives A Crap

Who Gives A Crap is a socially-conscious brand renowned for their commitment to sustainability and humanitarian causes. They specialise in producing eco-friendly toilet paper, made from 100% recycled paper or bamboo. The brand’s mission goes beyond providing super soft paper products; they actively contribute to global sanitation efforts by donating 50% of their profits to build toilets in communities around the world. Who Gives A Crap ensures that their products are plastic-free and wrapped in eye-catching, recyclable packaging.