Wondering what all the little symbols mean on our packaging? Logos are important indicators of the
quality and standards of food products, so read our mini-guide which explains the story behind each one…
The EU Organic logo ensures that this produce comes from entirely sustainable and regulated practices adhering to the strict EU standards for organic food.
The Vegan Society works towards making veganism an easily adopted and widely recognised approach to reducing animal and human suffering. In 2016 The Vegan Society in partnership with Vegan Life Magazine commissioned research that found that there were over half a million vegans in Great Britain: three and a half times as many as estimated in 2006.
The Recycle symbol is used on packaging in many European countries and signifies that the producer has made a financial contribution towards the recovery and recycling of packaging.
The Soil Association is the UK’s leading membership charity campaigning for healthy, humane and sustainable food, farming and land use. Working with farmers, growers and researchers, The Soil Association champions practical solutions to farming’s modern day challenges.
BPA stands for bisphenol A. It is an industrial chemical used widely in food packaging and found in many consumer products. Very well documented strong evidence show this hormone-disrupting chemical causes widespread damage throughout our bodies. Always look for BPA-Free logo.