Aduna is an Africa-inspired health food brand and social business. Our mission is to bring you the natural vitality of Africa's ancient ingredients (baobab, moringa and cacao), while creating sustainable livelihoods for small-scale producers in rural Africa. Welcome to The Aduna Feel Good Tribe! We are also going to be doing an exclusive Social Saturday one day sale where customers can get 15% off our online shop using the discount code SOCIALSATURDAY15

Where to buy: Wholefoods Market, Holland & Barrett


Belu offers the most ethical choice in water service from bottled mineral water, to filter machines, and refillable bottles. We give all our profits to WaterAid, to date that’s £2.2M transforming over 146,000 lives with safe water, decent toilets and good hygiene. As an ethical business and pioneering social enterprise, Belu champion the environmental benchmark in the sector. They were honoured with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Sustainable Development for demonstrating continuous reductions in CO2 emissions, constantly seeking new ways to reduce our impact and creating net positive outcomes both environmentally and socially. Belu bottled products are made from high recycled content and are 100% recyclable. You’ll find Belu in 7 of top 20 casual dining chains from Café Rouge to Jamie’s Italian.

Where to buy: Pizza Hut, Leon, Jamie's Italian and other major restaurant and hotel chains.

Bulk Market

Bulk Market® is a social enterprise on a mission to tackle food and packaging waste, supporting suppliers who are making a difference to people's lives and the environment. We apply the 5 Rs to our business model - refuse, reduce, reuse, recycle, rot (compost), so we can make the most of the resources available. We operate using the principles of the Circular Economy.


Cafédirect Handpicked is part of the Cafédirect family. As Cafédirect we are proud to have a pioneering history of bringing the first Fairtrade certified coffee to the UK. Since then we’ve grown into an ethical hot drinks brand with a mission to use business as a force for good. We now work with more than 40 producer organisations in 14 countries. We champion the work of small farmers and deliver delicious products, always committed to having a positive impact for people and the environment. 

Where to buy: Asda, Tesco's, Waitrose, Oxfam

Change Please

What if your morning coffee could change lives? If we all changed where we bought our coffee, we could change the world. With the support and power of The Big Issue, we empower homeless people with the skills, equipment and speciality beans they need to become fully-fledged baristas so they can serve coffee that tastes good, and does good too. By purchasing coffee from us you can support our work and those we exist to

Where to buy: Sainsbury's and coffee carts across central London


Divine’s Fairtrade certified chocolate is made using the ‘best of the best’ Fairtrade certified cocoa, grown with pride in Ghana by a co-operative of 85,000 cocoa farmers called Kuapa Kokoo, who own 44% of the Divine company. Co-ownership ensures the farmers receive a share of the profits they help to create, and also enables them to gain greater ownership of their industry. Choose from a range of premium Fairtrade chocolate, including individual and sharing chocolate bars in a variety of flavours, Easter eggs, Advent calendars, baking products and seasonal treats and gifts

Where to buy: The Coop, Waitrose, Oxfam and other independent retailers across the country.


At FRANK Water, we work with NGO partners to provide safe water, proper toilets and good hygiene to communities in India & Nepal. Since 2005, we've reached more than 359,000 people in 386 communities. As well as fundraising for our work, we sell bottled water (in glass) and refill bottles to raise funds. In 2017, we launched our #PledgeToRefill campaign, calling on consumers to stop buying water in single use plastic bottles and to carry with them a refill bottle or cup.  All profits from our #PledgeToRefill bottles and cups help fund our safe water programmes.

Harry Specters

Award-winning flavours and positive social change, that’s us at Harry Specters. Mona, Shaz and their son Ash, who has autism, are behind this social enterprise which craft delicious chocolates whilst creating employment opportunities for young people with autism. They are involved in every aspect of the business – from making and packaging the products to administration, design and photography. The chocolates have won numerous taste awards and hundreds of young people with autism have a brighter future.

Hertfordshire Independent Living Service

Hertfordshire Independent Living Service (HILS) is a multi-award winning, charitable, social enterprise that was established in 2007, to provide meals on wheels and caring support for older and vulnerable people in Hertfordshire. Today we deliver around 500,000 meals and friendly welfare checks every year, offering a 365-day meals on wheels service across the county. HILS is a business that stands out from the crowd, and aspires to change the world – starting in Hertfordshire.

Jerry Bottle

Jerry Bottle loves water so much, they give away their profits to bring clean water to people that don’t have it. Take care of yourself and the environment by starting a healthy water habit with jerry. We are working with employers and schools to spread the message in a bottle. Water is essential – wrap a beautiful bottle around it and do good.

Made in Hackney

The Made In Hackney Local Food Kitchen is a pioneering eco-community kitchen in Hackney, East London. We teach vital cooking and food growing skills that are good for people and planet.  In our classes we draw people's attention to the much overlooked reality of, 'Without a healthy planet, how can we be healthy people?' We therefore teach people in fun and inspiring ways healthy eating and lifestyle skills alongside environmental best practice. Our free community cookery courses are attended by local charities, support groups and community groups most in need of developing food skills. Groups we regularly work with are:Low income families, Adults with long term health problems, Parent and children groups, Mental health support groups and Cultural & ethnic minority groups.

Product we sell: Cookery Masterclasses for the general public


Launched in 2016, Piccolo is the fastest growing baby food company in the UK.  We are passionate about children enjoying the healthiest and most nutritious food from the very start of their weaning journey, with our delicious Mediterranean inspired family recipes and 100% organic ingredients. Piccolo have created an unrivalled range to help encourage baby’s taste buds to learn flavour from natural means and promote a lifetime of healthy eating. To find out more about our blends check out our website.

Tea People

Tea People addresses the issue of educational development within the impoverished areas in and around tea growing regions of the world. We empower local communities, providing them with access to equal opportunities. We improve educational infrastructure and facilities in areas most in need; improve the quality of education in secondary schools; and support students, especially girls and young women, into further education – those who would otherwise not be able to afford it.

Two Fingers Brewing Co.

Two Fingers Brewing Co. are seven friends who make great beer for a great cause. They handpick the finest ingredients to create award-winning beer that gives all profits to Prostate Cancer UK.

Where to buy: Tesco, Ocado and other independent retailers across the country.


Zaytoun CIC supports the livelihoods of family farmers in Palestine, developing a market for their fairly traded artisan produce in the UK. Our products are a celebration of the exceptional quality that is produced in Palestine despite the obstacles presented by the illegal occupation. We work with Palestinian producers to trial new products and bring product quality and packaging up to exacting UK standards.

Where to buy: Oxfam shops, Planet Organic and other independent retailers across the country.