Provenance

The Gardens of Gaia

Bristol, United Kingdom

  • Founded: 2016
  • Employees: 8
  • Directors: 2

We believe flowers are Mother Nature's gift to earth. Natural products as real as you. No parabens, no funny stuff.

  • Certifications
    • Soil Association Organic

      Not yet verified

      Verified

    • Soil Association Organic

      The Soil Association mark stands for high standards of animal welfare, NO GM or artificial preservatives. It ensures reduced exposure to antibiotics, protection of British wildlife, and choosing organic is better for the environment.

      www.soilassociation.org

      Renewal date

      -

      Verification method

      Audited & verified certification

      What does this mean?

      • Fewer pesticides
      • High animal welfare standards
      • Always free range
      • No routine use of antibiotics
      • No GM ingredients

      Find out more

      Certified by

      Soil Association Organic

      The Soil Association mark stands for high standards of animal welfare, NO GM or artificial preservatives. It ensures reduced exposure to antibiotics, protection of British wildlife, and choosing organic is better for the environment.

      www.soilassociation.org

      See the proof

      View the proof directly on the blockchain: 0x7deb03de009...

    • Leaping Bunny

      Not yet verified

      Verified

    • Leaping Bunny

      The Leaping Bunny Logo is the only internationally recognised symbol guaranteeing consumers that no new animal tests were used in the development of any product displaying it. The Logo can be seen on packaging, advertising, and websites for cosmetics and household products around the world.

      www.crueltyfreeinternational.org

      Renewal date

      -

      Verification method

      Audited & verified certification

      Find out more

      Certified by

      Leaping Bunny

      The Leaping Bunny Logo is the only internationally recognised symbol guaranteeing consumers that no new animal tests were used in the development of any product displaying it. The Logo can be seen on packaging, advertising, and websites for cosmetics and household products around the world.

      www.crueltyfreeinternational.org

      See the proof

      View the proof directly on the blockchain:

  • Claims
    • 100% made in the UK
    • Producing, sourcing or manufacturing entirely in the United Kingdom

    • batch producer
    • Creating products stage by stage over a series of workstations, in different batches.

    • design for minimum waste
    • Yielding very little waste during production, eliminating waste altogether where possible.

    • responsible sourcing
    • Maintaining social and environmental considerations when managing supplier relationships.

    • grown in the UK
    • Plant products 100% developed in the United Kingdom.

    • local employer
    • Supporting skill and talent from locations restricted to a particular area.

  • Values
    • environment
    • The natural world as affected by human activity.

    • creativity
    • The use of imagination or original ideas to create things.

    • sustainability
    • Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

    • ethical trade
    • Assuming responsibility to improve the working conditions of disadvantaged people in supply chains.

    • quality
    • Meeting the minimum standard or higher, required to satisfy customer needs.

  • Social Impact

    We are dedicated to sourcing all our packaging and ingredients from ethical, equal-opportunities employers.

  • Environmental Impact

    We care for the earth from which our ingredients grow. We are constantly finding new ways to reduce waste and consumption.

  • Governance

    Our team is small but we make sure that everyone's health and happiness are never compromised, and that everyone's voices are heard.

  • Bristol, United Kingdom

  • Bristol, United Kingdom

  • Bristol, United Kingdom

  • Bristol, United Kingdom

  • Bristol, United Kingdom

  • Bristol, United Kingdom

The Gardens of Gaia

Bristol, United Kingdom

Collaborators (4)