Christmas gifting the right way

Christmas gifting the right way

The festive season is well underway, and in the spirit of buying responsibly and being a little more mindful, we’re here with our Christmas gift guide, packed with ideas from some of our favourite brands that do good for the planet. Read on to find out more…

Sea Change Wine

Raise a glass to the ocean! Every bottle of wine bought funds ocean conservation projects across the globe and their minimal packaging reduces waste and environmental impact. 


Do you know someone that wants delicious fruit and veg delivered to their door, including the odd curvy cucumber? Oddbox rescues fresh fruit and veg right to your door that might be “too big”, “too wonky”, “too odd” or there are just “too many” directly from farmers. Why not give a gift to the food-waste fighters in your life with an Oddbox gift card? And if you'd like to give Oddbox a go for yourself, you can use the code OCEANBOTTLE which will give you 50% off your first box.


A pal of ours and a pioneer within the fashion space for technically sound clothing, they have a wide range of colourful products to choose from. Check out their gift bundles here.

Rubies in the Rubble:

Ketchup that’s better than the OG ketchup? Meet… Rubies in the Rubble who use ingredients that would otherwise go to waste because they're the “wrong” shape, size, or colour.

Choose Love:

Choose Love does whatever it takes to provide refugees and displaced people with everything from lifesaving search and rescue boats to food and legal advice through the sale of their merch. They’ve recently collaborated with artist, Lakwena to create a limited edition t-shirt.

Toast Ale

Planet-saving craft beer brewed with surplus fresh bread. With every Companion Series case sold, Toast Ale donate £26 to conserving and restoring nature.


Give the gift of a clean ocean this Christmas. Why not treat the friends and fam to a personalised Ocean Bottle?


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