I know so many people who have said they could never be vegan because they’d miss cheese too much. It’s understandable really because cheese is amazing. Thankfully the vegan cheese market is growing – we’ve even started selling it. Today I’d like to introduce our only vegan cheese brand – Tyne Chease.
It can be difficult to find stylish, vegan friendly and ethically made accessories, sometimes you just can’t have it all. That’s where Votch comes in! These gorgeous faux leather watches from London based brand Votch prove that you don’t have to compromise your ethics for fashion. Continue reading Introducing Votch
I am an absolutely huge fan of Instagram and can often be found scrolling through an endless amount of beautiful images. I love looking at what my friends and family have been getting up to and firmly believe that a picture is worth a 1000 words. To me; visuals are the most engaging and creative way to get a story across to people and whether you’re a business, a blogger or it is your own personal account, there are many advantages to Instagram. It is like a mini blog post in itself and a fantastic social media platform or can simply be a way of recording snapshots of your life to look back on in the future. It has been a difficult task but I have selected a few of my own favourite Instagram accounts below and the reasons why I love them so much… Continue reading My Favourite Instagrammers
Sometimes you just need a gluten free cookie fix, and that’s ok. These gluten & dairy free oat cookies were the easiest to make, preparation took around 15 minutes and then 18 minutes in the oven. You can have delicious cookies in well under an hour! Continue reading Delicious Alchemy Gluten & Dairy Free Oaty Cookies
Are you all set for your summer festival, but have you thought about what impact this has on the environment? Noise pollution, electricity, litter, nature, the list is endless. Festivals can only do so much with recycling, however here are some top tips to help you do your bit…. Continue reading How to have an ethical festival
It may be difficult to believe, but we as consumers have the power to make a difference through the things we buy. So many nay-sayers always tell you that we will never produce less meat, but if less people buy meat then the demand decreases and it is no longer cost effective to produce meat on such a large scale.
This is just one example. The same goes for buying organic products. This includes organically grown food, clothing made from organically grown materials like cotton, and even beauty products which contain organically grown ingredients. Continue reading The Importance of Buying Organic
Fish4Ever is an independent fish & seafood brand that specialises in line and pole caught fish, using sustainable methods that support local employment and economies in the fishing areas. It’s brands like Fish4Ever that are offering real, ethical alternatives to big brands that care more about profit than sustainability, using destructive methods to catch fish. Continue reading Fish4Ever – More Sustainable Fish & Seafood
The clothing we choose to sell is always either ethically made or made with eco-friendly, ethically sourced materials. We strive to support the sustainable fashion industry by offering you the choice of real, ethical alternatives to fast fashion. In this post I’d like to talk more about bamboo being used to make clothes, and look at why it can be a much better option for you as well as the environment. Continue reading Our Fabrics – Bamboo
This year for some Father’s Day gift inspiration, we wanted to share our own recommendations with you. Here are some of the gifts the some of the members of the Natural Collection team would buy for their dads, or indeed would like to receive as a gift for themselves! Continue reading Ethical Gifts for Father’s Day