In reviewing and shaping our business processes, we have considered our direct impact on society and the environment as well as that of our suppliers. Our Sustainability Policy covers Sourcing, Society and Environment.
Local & Seasonal
We use local and seasonal produce to support Welsh business, reduce haulage costs and the environmental impact of transport.
Ethical Meat & Dairy
We buy high welfare meat and dairy products.
Environmentally Positive Farming
We source from local farmers committed to high levels of environmental stewardship.
We buy many fairly traded products to ensure farmers in the developing world have access to a trade system based on justice and fairness.
Treating People Fairly
We aim to provide equal opportunities, training and clear policies for our employees and aim to create a culture that people are proud to be a part of.
We offer a balance of healthy and plant-led options and seasonal dishes alongside local meat, sweet treats, craft ales, organic wines and of course great coffee!
We are keep to engage with our local community. Please let us know if you are interested in using our upstairs space for a regular cub or meet up. Equally if you have other ideas for ways we could work together you, let us know.
We aim to minimise the environmental impact of supply chain transportation while supporting local businesses. Many of our suppliers are based in Pembrokeshire. We use reusable boxes and crates, where possible.
We monitor and review our waste to highlight ways that we can reduce our output. This includes food preparation and packaging of supplies. We buy refills where possible to reduce consumption of single use plastics and other materials. We separate food and non-food waste.
We use sustainable resources to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill.
We use a 100% renewable’ energy provider. We also work to improve energy efficiency to save resources, protect the environment and cuts costs.
We closely manage water usage to save money and reduce environmental impact.