Buying responsibly sourced ingredients is an excellent way to reduce your environmental impact. Our Food Policy Officer shares the top reasons why it’s so good.
We’re committed to choices that are good for the planet. Follow these recycling dos and don’ts to make recycling an easy part of your daily routine.
Discover what Fairtrade does to help make a difference to communities all over the world – empowering farmers, giving a fair price and promoting sustainability.
From our beef and chicken to our fish and dairy, when you shop with the Co-op, you can be sure that whatever you put in your basket’s had a lot of love and care put into it, and farmed with animal welfare as a priority. That’s because we only work with suppliers, producers and farmers…
Each UK household throws away on average £500 worth of perfectly good food each year. Reduce your household’s food waste with these simple steps.
We’ve removed plastic, and glitter from all our Christmas cards, gift wrap, gift bags and crackers! Learn more about this and tips on having a more sustainable Christmas.
There are plenty of recipes that put everyday ingredients to good use. Here’s how you can use some of the most-wasted food items in the UK.
When you buy from our picnic range this summer, we’ll donate 20p to those going hungry. Kate, our Food Redistribution Manager, shares more.
Head of Food Policy, Cathryn shares how and why we’re repurposing our funds to funnel money right to the heart of where it is needed.
By choosing Fairtrade products this International Women’s Day on 8th March, you’re helping to support women around the world.
This morning CEO Steve Murrells gave a speech to an audience MPs, senior civil servants and fellow business leaders about why co-operation must be central to how we respond to the greatest challenges we face today. Read what he had to say.