Sustainable Chocolate


Sustainability is integral to our business. Every bar starts with a single bean and we go to the most threatened ecological and biologically diverse region of Columbia to bring you the most sustainable, luxurious, great-tasting 'Farmer to Bar' chocolate.

# 1

Guilt-Free Indulgence

We oversee every stage of the chocolate-making process: from the initial selection of cocoa bean suppliers to the production process and finishing of products. We understand to be truly sustainable, it's essential we're completely transparent with our customers from farm to bar.

# 2

Cocoa With Conscience

In a bid to create climate-positive chocolate, our plan is to work with Columbian cocoa suppliers to build a more sustainable supply chain. This involves working with farmers, their families and their communities through educational projects that encourage farming methods for increased biodiversity and the use of agroforestry. This ensures long-term viability of cocoa-growing whilst preserving endangered habitats and mitigating climate impact.

# 3

All The Taste Without Waste

Traditional packaging contributes to the problem of plastic waste. We take pride that 99% of our products are beautifully wrapped without plastic. Our packaging is either home-compostable or kerbside recyclable and uses FSC/PEFC certified materials printed using vegetable-based inks. Our 100g bars are wrapped with wood pulp Natureflex foil - the world’s first certified garden compostable foil. By buying GNAW, you can be confident you're contributing to the overall well-being of the planet.

# 4

Powering The Future

In 2022, we made a significant step towards sustainability by incorporating renewable energy sources into our manufacturing processes. Our rooftops are now equipped with solar panels that can generate over 130,000kWh annually. As a result, 70% of products are produced using clean energy from nature. We're continuously improving our processes to ensure they're as energy-efficient as possible. We aim to keep reducing our reliance on non-renewable energy sources for the foreseeable future.