Our Brands

Clipper Teas

Clipper Teas is a different kind of tea company. We love tea, and we believe that every cup of tea should be special. With a complete range of organic and Fairtrade blends, and a whole bunch of taste awards under our belt, you can be sure we’ve done everything we can to ensure each cup is natural, fair and delicious.

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At Kallo, we don’t think eating sensibly has to mean saying no to the things you love. Life is about what you can, not what you can’t have – and eating the right way is about loving food and having a nutritious, balanced diet. That’s why we’ve reinvented the rice cake and created a range of organic stock cubes and other delightful foodie things that are made using the finest natural ingredients and embrace our fab food philosophy.

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Whole Earth

At Whole Earth, we love making food with nothing but nature added. Delicious and natural down-to-earth goodness is what we’re all about. From award winning peanut, seed and mixed nut butters to beautiful baked beans, ketchup, thirst-quenching drinks, crunchy cereals and coffee alternatives, we want to bring you the whole earth and nothing but the whole earth. Just the way nature intended.

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Almond Breeze

No one knows almonds as well as we do and no one knows how to grow them better than the 3,000 California almond growers who make up the Blue Diamond Growers cooperative. Made from real California almonds, Almond Breeze is a deliciously creamy alternative to dairy and soymilk. Pour it on cereal, drink it by the glass, or add it to your favourite fruit smoothie.

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Mrs Crimble’s

With over 30 years’ experience under our apron ties, at Mrs Crimble’s, we know how to make the best quality cakes, biscuits, snacks and treats. We believe a little bit of what you fancy is good for the soul. And if you’re looking for a little indulgence with no gluten, Mrs Crimble’s delivers. Our mission is to make delicious, gluten-free products that taste every bit as good, if not better, than the best mainstream alternatives.