Our suppliers

To enjoy at Spoon or for a treat at home.

 
 
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extract coffee roasters

At Spoon we are massive coffee lovers and our coffee comes from a wonderful company in Bristol called Extract.

Having started nine years ago in a garden shed, Extract have grown but remain centred around their passion for great coffee and pushing boundaries to create a positive impact throughout communities. 

Extract are an ethical company, helping farmers around the world, and they strive to continually educate us and themselves about what goes in your morning cuppa.

It is this level of care and attention that we believe sets Extract apart from the rest.


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Joe's tea co.

Joe is the man to go to for a warm cup of comfort.

Joe's Tea Co. was born in 2012 and has since won 19 Great Taste awards for their range of quality tasting brews, Determined to serve tea without the toff, their produce is sourced from organic tea farms in Sri Lanka that are exempt from chemicals and pesticides giving you that pure, fresh flavour.

Joe cares about the environment, so all the tea is shipped by sea rather than air and is packaged by hand (over machine), and uses recyclable materials where possible. Joe's farmers are paid a premium on top of their trade price to support the hands-on effort that goes into organic farming.

Whether Green, Builders or Earl Grey, this cuppa will make your day!


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wicked wholefoods granola

Called "For the Love of Gránola", from the Irish word for love – grá, Spoon is the only place in the UK where you can eat and buy these wickedly healthy granolas.

These granolas are hand-baked in the West of Ireland from an original authentic recipe using superior ingredients infused with a unique blend of freshly ground luxury spices from Goa and raw organic virgin coconut oil.

These granolas are 100% free from refined sugar, wheat, hydrogenated fats, dairy, soy, egg, artificial colourings and preservatives,

Wicked are not also promoting a healthy lifestyle, but they are in nature a very caring company with a percentage of their profits being donated to the El Shaddai Charitable Trust – a registered, non-profit Children’s Charity, working with orphans, street children and underprivileged children in Goa and other states of India.