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Natural is best

Most toothpastes are full of unnatural and unsustainably sourced chemicals, and often come packaged in plastic tubes, as well as unnecessary boxes. Enter Georganics. Their tooth soap stick is crafted from 100 per cent natural and non-toxic ingredients, and is flavoured with organic English peppermint essential oil – this recipe allows teeth to absorb nutrients without coating them, promoting natural remineralising and tooth nourishment. It’s also fluoride and SLS-free, with no added glycerine, and is packed in a plastic-free, recyclable, and compostable cardboard tube. In fact, all of Georganics products are zero-waste, so you needn’t worry about what happens to the packaging once you’ve used it up – the planet won’t be harmed. £8.90,

Coffee and community

Love coffee, but hate how it’s produced? The coffee supply chain is long, complicated, and packed with people taking their cut of the growers’ hard work – Paddy & Scott aim to change this. Upon founding, the company decided it was time to ditch the middle-men, and to shorten the distance between coffee grower and drinker. Back in 2016, they took on their own coffee farm in Meru, Kenya, and since then, they have been working closely with the Muchomba family to create a wonderful project that revolutionises how coffee is traded, and gives back to the people who work hard to grow the delicious beans. Paddy & Scott’s Jerry Can Craft Coffee, is named after the Ruiga school children who used to carry jerry cans of water along the busy road to their school, every day in the hot sun. Thanks to the Meru Community Project, Paddy & Scott have been able to fund a 6.5m fresh water pipeline – so now the children can get rid of their jerry cans, and spend more time enjoying themselves in the classroom. Each Jerry Can bought further supports Paddy & Scott’s life-changing work in Meru’s coffee growing community – whether it’s working with local schools, or building better infrastructure.

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