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- Cuts food miles – retailers source locally or produce themselves.
- Cargo bikes use 0.38% of the energy required for a diesel van.
- Encourages its retailers to provide plastic-free packaging.
- Many retailers are organic certified, vegan or use natural ingredients .
- Values transparency; its website informs customers of food journeys & seasonality to enable more ethical choices.
Good Sixty is a revolutionary online marketplace that showcases the best independent food and drink the UK has to offer. In Bristol, Bath and London’s Borough Market, Good Sixty customers can choose eco-friendly home delivery via zero-emission cargo bikes, or have their groceries prepared to collect.
Those living further afield can also receive artisan produce or send ethical food gifts to friends and family around the country. With Good Sixty’s ‘Artisans by Post’, food and drink from exceptional small-scale producers can be posted nationwide.
The vision? To create wealthier, better connected communities and promote a circular economy by helping independent bakers, brewers, greengrocers and the like to thrive online.
These values are embodied in the Good Sixty name: every pound spent with an independent store has a 60% greater benefit to local communities and economies than it does if spent with a large supermarket.
Shopping ethically and sustainably couldn’t be more convenient!
Whether an artisan producer, baker, greengrocer or wholefoods store – if they are proudly independent and have exceptional high-quality produce, you will find them on Good Sixty. If you’re looking for a bespoke foodie gift, a treat for the office or ethical groceries for your weekly shop, Good Sixty has you covered!
Good Sixty is a place where convenience shopping has a conscience, providing a simple and robust platform for a growing community of conscientious food shoppers.