Plastic Free July – How We Got On

Earlier this month we touched on the ways we can reduce our daily plastic consumption for plastic-free July. This week…

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint With These Easy Steps

At Feedr, sustainability is at the core of what we do. From ensuring our vendors are sourcing ingredients ethically, to…

Top 4 UK Startups That Give Back All Year Round

This time of year is all about giving, to both friends and strangers, those with, and those without. There has…

Vegetarian Week (3/4): Not All Meat Is Created Equal

Not All Meat Is Created Equal Vegetarianism is touted as being green, eliciting notions of a moral person, someone who…

Spotlight on Fairtrade Fortnight

Fairtrade Fortnight You’re probably familiar with the fairtrade logo, and might even seek it out during your weekly shop. Fairtrade…

Conscious Consumerism: Elysia Catering

We are thrilled to be introducing Elysia Catering through our current blog series, charting The Rise of Conscious Consumerism. This week’s spotlighted Feedr…

Conscious Consumerism: The Mae Deli

The Mae Deli has become something of a household name in recent months. Headed up by husband and wife duo…

Conscious Consumerism: Karma Cans

Discover Feedr vendor, Karma Cans, and the ethos behind the brand.

Conscious Consumerism: Farmstand

Last week we introduced our discussion on the rise of conscious consumerism, in which we’ll be spotlighting a number of Feedr vendors…

The Rise of Conscious Consumerism

We are sure that you will have taken notice of the dramatic cultural shift towards more ethical and sustainable living in the UK and…