Ella’s Kitchen is the UK’s number 1 baby and toddler food brand with a mission to improve children’s lives through developing healthy relationships with food. Set up in 2006 by Ella’s Dad Paul Lindley, they prioritise health and nutritional value, but never at the expense of taste or convenience.
In 2016 Ella’s Kitchen certified as one of the UK’s first B Corporations, identifying them as the kind of business that balances purpose and profit. They are legally required to consider the impact of their decisions on their workers, customers, suppliers, community, and the environment.
Ella’s Kitchen has always put the health and wellbeing of little ones at the heart of their business. To this end, in 2020 Ella’s Kitchen announced its BIG Pledge to Little People, to do what we can to drive real action towards protecting the planet for future generations.
The BIG Pledge to Little People promises:
To be Net Zero by 2030
To reduce their emissions by setting externally approved science-based targets for direct and indirect emissions across Scopes 1, 2 and 3 as defined by the GHG Protocol
To work with UK and International conservation partners, including World Land Trust, to restore, rewild and protect the ecosystems on which we all rely
World Land Trust is one of Ella’s Kitchen’s key conservation partners. Ella’s Kitchen are helping to protect and restore threatened forest in the Nangaritza valley in Ecuador, a country where 80% of the tropical rainforest has already been destroyed. Ella’s Kitchen are proud to be working with World Land Trust to help look after one of the most biodiverse places on Planet Earth.