EDIT 18/09/2017: Since the listing was first published Pukka were taken over by Unilever and can no longer so easily be considered an ethical company. Read more at Ethical Consumer. However, Pukka are a registered B Corp meaning they have legal binds to operate with standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. Since becoming CEO, Unilever’s Paul Polman has made attempts to decouple Unilever’s growth from its environmental footprint as well as increasing its positive social impact. Takeover of B Corps is part of this process.
Pukka Herbs produce organic tea, wellbeing and health supplements that are good for you, the environment and the communities from which the natural ingredients are grown. The range of Pukka products also includes food such as preserves and oils. With so much to offer why not try something from the beautiful Pukka range today and feel confident that what you’re buying is good for you, the environment and the people who provide the ingredients. Read our full article on Pukka Herbs here