Ethical preference

We know that everyone has their own definition as to what ethical means. Because of this, we have made it easier than ever to discover the businesses that are ethical to you.

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Sustainable Planet

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The University of Oxford revealed that plant-based diets can reduce food emissions by up to 73%. This is not only present in greenhouse emissions, but in eutrophying and acidifying emissions that degrade ecosystems around the world. 

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Reduced Waste

Did you know it is predicted that by 2050, the ocean will contain more plastic by weight than fish? Reducing our wastage is pivotal in fighting for the sustainability of our planet.

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Carbon Conscious

Climate change is primarily a problem of too much carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere. Yet, there are easy, logical and ethical choices that yield surprisingly large carbon savings.

Social Wellbeing

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Fair Trade

A key contributer towards sustainable development by offering better trading conditions to, and securing the rights of, marginalized producers and workers.

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Healthier Option

Nutrition plays a huge factor in our daily lives. Improving your diet can improve your mood, give you more energy and help you think more clearly.

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Living Wage Employer

A living wage is what workers need to provide their families with decent standards of living. Those on a living wage are likely to be healthier, more productive and less likely to leave.

Better Communities

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Locally Sourced

It is vitally important that we source locally ourselves and purchase from the independent businesses that source locally too.

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Giving Back

Businesses who go above and beyond when it comes to giving back to charities and communities.

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Equal Opportunities

It goes without saying that all workers and job applicants must be treated equally and be given the same set of opportunities.