Happy Larder Co, Chieveley

Their Mission Starts with a Cuppa


At the Happy Larder Co. they believe that business should be a force for doing good. Simple changes, like who makes your daily brew, can have a huge, positive impact.  In buying their finest quality, loose-leaf teas and herbal infusions you are helping female survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking rebuild their lives. All through the simple act of your everyday cuppa. Small acts really do change lives.

Their Story

Leanne Duffield founded the Happy Larder Co. as a brand with a mission – to turn the humble cuppa into a force for good. Passionate about inspiring change in the world and a damn good cup of tea, the Happy Larder Co. was born.

​They donate 100% of our profits to grassroots organisations supporting female survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking.

But they don’t stop there.

They believe they also have a responsibility to their  customers, the people who grow their  tea, and the environment. They don’t believe our profits or the joy of our daily cuppa should come at a cost to people or the planet. 

The tea industry isn’t always an ethical one – and that’s exactly why they chose it. Being Britain’s second most consumed beverage behind water, which they are pretty sure just goes in the tea, they wanted to ensure your daily cuppa comes from a source you can be proud of.

​They worked with one of the UK’s best tea tasters for over a year to create a range of ethically and sustainably sourced teas that not only taste great but also have the greatest impact – from the women who pick our teas, to those whose lives we help rebuild, and the environment. 

​They also believe good quality loose-leaf tea should be the norm. Not only does it taste better, it provides a superior experience without the environmental impacts of cheap tea and plastic-coated teabags. 

They won’t compromise on taste, quality or ethics, and you shouldn’t have to either.

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