YOUr sustainable ethical hamper
This Procurement Was Social:
whats in your hamper
Jamila's Ethical Coffee
THe only plastic-free, doorstep recyclable, organic, fairtrade coffee.
buy a pair, donate a pair to the homeless
What’s also a little bit extra special is your procurement and support has allowed us to help our homeless communities, nationwide. Paid employment, work experience, and free hot meals are some of the ways our profits are used.
The first compostable crisp packets
Two Farmers Crisps are our most requested hamper item and a surefire crowd-pleaser. These delicious crisps are hand-cooked and only ever use local materials. We just love them.
Ethstat Tree Pen
the original biodegradable pen
Originally designed and used for the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio that laid the groundwork for the fight against Climate Change, our Ethstat Tree Pen is made in Europe from bio-cornstarch and recycled paper, whilst also being 100% biodegradable. Once you’ve used it, you can plant it and grow something beautiful.
PLAstic free, delicious & Vegan
Foxcombe’s award-winning handmade flapjacks are so good it’s almost impossible to believe that they’re both plastic-free and completely vegan.
The cardboard is recycled, recyclable, and FSC-accredited. The film the bar is packed in is compostable, and the ingredients are entirely sourced from local produce. These were especially commissioned for Balfour Beatty to demonstrate how important it is to bring sustainability and zero waste to everyday favourites.
Before we met, Greta McDonald was a dedicated vegan and plastic-free supplier. We worked together for several months to bring you this unique-sized and packaged version of her Strawberry Hearts.
We can genuinely say these are her best creations as we’ve sampled her entire range and, in some cases, several times. All in the interest of science, of course…
Divine taster set
Supporting female farmers
Divine is a female-led social enterprise that supports predominantly female cocoa farmers through fair trade, education, and environmental support. Divine chocolate has been palm-oil-free since 2013 and has taken a leadership role in conserving the rainforest areas of West Africa.
In the early 1990s, changes in the cocoa market in Ghana prompted Nana Frimpong Abebrese (Divines founder) to begin creating a farmer-owned company to help farmers sell their cocoa. Nana was a visionary farmer representative and independent representative of COCOBOD (a Ghanaian government-controlled institution that fixes the buying price for cocoa in Ghana).
Nana and a group of other farmers found ways to ensure the company’s net gains would belong to farmers. Nana guaranteed that farmers would be paid in cash, and fair trade premiums could be invested in social programs.
This pack demonstrates the best ethical chocolate to share with your family!
RECYCLED COTTON TOTE
your sustainable everyday companion
In a world where sustainability meets style, your Recycled Cotton Tote is more than just a bag; it’s a statement of our commitment to a greener planet.