How ethical is Conscience Kitchen?
Conscience Kitchen is an ethical and sustainable restaurant and coffee house in Notting Hill. It is one of The Good Shopping Guide’s top-rated ethical brands.
The Good Shopping Guide does not currently rate restaurants, and so Conscience Kitchen does not yet appear on any of our ratings tables. Conscience Kitchen was awarded our Ethical Accreditation for its environmental and ethical initiatives. (If you’re interested in learning about our Coffee Shops and coffee franchises rating tables, you can read more here!)
In which areas does Conscience Kitchen perform well?
Conscience Kitchen performs well across all of our criteria for the Environment, Animals and People; this restaurant was founded with the aim of “empowering small scale farmers and suppliers affected most by unethical trade and climate change”.
The brand recognises that coffee and food are often one of the industries where farmers and producers can be most exploited. Conscience Kitchen sells single-origin coffee to combat the inequalities in the Coffee sector.
What makes Conscience Kitchen so sustainable?
Conscience Kitchen has a wide range of sustainable initiatives that further the brand’s ethical status. The brand has been awarded several ethical certifications and works with several sustainable, organic partners, including Watts Farms, Equal Exchange, Biona Organic, Shipton Mill, Vegware and Clearspring.
How did Conscience Kitchen attain Ethical Accreditation?
Conscience Kitchen has attained Ethical Accreditation from The Good Shopping Guide. This involved an application process and a full review of the brand’s ethical policies and practices. Conscience Kitchen is subject to an annual review to ensure the company maintains high ethical standards. As a result, Conscience Kitchen is permitted to use our Good Shopping Guide Ethical logo, which certifies the brand’s ethical status and allows consumers to recognise Conscience Kitchen as an ethical brand.