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Win vegan, CBD chocolate for a friend working for the NHS every week in April! As a thank you to the heroes working for our NHS, we are giving away some of our silky, CBD-infused vegan chocolate throughout April. We’re inviting you to tell us about someone you love and appreciate working or volunteering for the NHS who deserves a delicious chocolatey treat to come home to.  Competition details There are ten CBD chocolate prizes to be won in draws running each week in April.  2 winners are chosen

Welcome to The Happy Green Trading Company.  I am delighted that you have landed on our website. That means you are probably like me, looking for products for yourself or your family, that are sustainable and ethical. Why? Because you care.  In a world full of advertising and marketing buzzwords, itʼs easy to pick up a product that claims to be green or organic. As consumers we are ready to pay a little more for something that seems to be better for

Here at Happy Green, our vision is to build a business that can support not only our family, but also the community, through social enterprise.  A social enterprise brings about potentially transformative societal change, by combining traditional business smarts with social and environmental awareness. The aim of a social enterprise is to benefit a specific group of people, but the whole community benefits from the prosperity a social enterprise brings. Boosting the local economy, social enterprises not only help to reduce

Our journey to bring you the best selection of cork products began with in-depth research into the Cork industry and travelling to Portugal, the biggest exporter of cork products in the world. Discovering the history of this ancient material, the lifecycle of the Cork Oak tree and the way it is harvested helped us in our quest. Whilst the vast majority of cork (almost 75%) is made into wine bottle stoppers, increasingly, more and more cork is being utilised

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