Not All Meat Is Created Equal Vegetarianism is touted as being green, eliciting notions of a moral person, someone who is eco-conscious, and cares for the planet and all those who dwell on it. Most people cut out meat on the grounds of animal rights, or to protect the environment, and they’re not wrong! The […]
Fairtrade Fortnight You’re probably familiar with the fairtrade logo, and might even seek it out during your weekly shop. Fairtrade Fortnight stretches across this week and last week, giving us the perfect opportunity to discuss this great movement, and choosing fairtrade products means for producer’s livelihoods in the developing world. What is Fairtrade? In […]
We are thrilled to be introducing Elysia Catering through our current blog series, charting The Rise of Conscious Consumerism. This week’s spotlighted Feedr vendor employs a highly impressive concept, tackling London’s food waste concerns with innovation and finesse. Established by French entrepreneur, Sophie in 2016, Elysia provides practical solutions to surplus within the food processing industry, rescuing artisan […]
The Mae Deli has become something of a household name in recent months. Headed up by husband and wife duo Matthew and Ella, of Deliciously Ella, the ever-popular Feedr vendor was founded on the principal of producing naturally tasty food in a socially and environmentally responsible way. Operating with integrity is a top priority, and […]
Discover Feedr vendor, Karma Cans, and the ethos behind the brand.
Last week we introduced our discussion on the rise of conscious consumerism, in which we’ll be spotlighting a number of Feedr vendors over the next few weeks. This week is the turn of Farmstand. Delicious food. Sustainably sourced. This is the resounding philosophy of Feedr vendor, Farmstand. From farm to plate, the company ensure that their ingredients are environmentally sound, […]
We are sure that you will have taken notice of the dramatic cultural shift towards more ethical and sustainable living in the UK and overseas. In recent years, this has extended to virtually every aspect of consumer culture and, with increasing demand for transparency on all levels of the supply chain, businesses are considerably upping their game. While many […]