Find ethical & sustainable food

-- Kaiapoi Farmers Market

Kaiapoi Farmers Market

Groceries | Producers

Morgan Williams Reserve Charles Street, Kaiapoi New Zealand South Island New Zealand

We believe in bringing fresh produce and value for money to our community. We support stalls that are bringing...

  • Charitable
  • Chemical Free / Organic
  • Cruelty Free / Vegan
  • Ethically Produced
  • Home Made
  • Local Produce
  • Reduced Food Waste / Composting
  • Vegetarian
-- The Source Bulk Foods - Hampton

The Source Bulk Foods - Hampton

Groceries

311 Hampton Street, Hampton VIC 3188. Australia

Go plastic free, bring your own bag, your own jar and collect all the nuts, legumes and dried fruit you can carry.

  • Chemical Free / Organic
  • Cruelty Free / Vegan
  • Ethically Produced
  • Gluten Free
  • Reduced Plastics
  • Vegetarian
-- Tiny Leaf

Tiny Leaf

Restaurants

Mercato Metropolitano, 42 Newington Causeway, London London SE1 6DR United Kingdom

Tiny Leaf is London’s first and only organic, zero waste, vegetarian restaurant. Our menu takes root in organic...

  • Chemical Free / Organic
  • Cruelty Free / Vegan
  • Ethically Produced
  • Gluten Free
  • Home Made
  • Local Produce
  • Reduced Food Waste / Composting
  • Reduced Plastics
  • Vegetarian
-- Berry Sourdough Cafe

Berry Sourdough Cafe

Cafes

23 Prince Alfred St, Berry NSW 2535 Australia

They grow their own herbs and their eggs are sourced from the owner's chickens. They use seasonal and local produce...

  • Chemical Free / Organic
  • Gluten Free
  • Home Made
  • Local Produce
  • Reduced Food Waste / Composting
  • Reduced Plastics
  • Vegetarian
17 May 2018 Blog

Appreciation and Celebration

At a recent ethical / sustainable festival in Melbourne I found myself having lots of conversations with individuals about reducing their own personal impact. Some are celebrating the achievement to date and others beating themselves up on the things that don’t come easy. Mike Davis and I...

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10 May 2018 Blog

Friends

People do some crazy things don’t they? Lately some pals and I were discussing the wrapping of cans of coca cola in cling wrap, that someone actually thought this was a good idea.  Or how the tools create the habit, like why are we so addicted to preserving dog poo, following our best friends and...

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02 May 2018 Blog

Sustainable Fish, Differently

Walking down Oxford Street, Paddington, Sydney, I must admit that a fish butcher isn’t exactly what I’d expect to see around here. Nonetheless, when I arrive at Josh Niland’s newest venture, Fish Butchery, it looks like it’s exactly where it should be, and it is pumping. Opening the glass door to...

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