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Beaconsfield brand Barenaturals has been getting a lot of attention just recently. With some great investors in the States taking a keen interest on this small and upcoming Beaconsfield company they are now being touted as the new Yankee candles in the UK.
With a great ethos of 'Saving the World' theme behind their ‘World friendly brand message, co-founders Darcey Croft and David Bryans look to be making their idea a reality.
Working with significant partners on the other side of the pond that recognise their successes so far in the industry, like planting a tree for every product they sell, this small kitchen worktop business looks to be heading in the right direction.
The trees are planted around the world in areas that reforestation is so greatly needed. When you purchase anything from Barenaturals these kind-hearted souls donate enough proceeds that ensures a tree is planted in either Haiti, Madagascar, Ethiopia or Nepal. This helps the local communities with providing jobs to look after and sustain the reforestation projects.
Co-founder, David Bryans said; 'We always thought business should be used for more than just creating profits for a few. For us it's more about having a purpose and pushing the concept of conscious consumerism. Where the products you buy give back more than they take. Only then can we all begin to heal the damage that the victorian industrial age unleashed on the word. Because Barenaturals take on the ideal that businesses should be more than just about the bottom line is why we're seeing such a huge amount of interest.'
With a great range of +1 tree Christmas Candles launched next week they hope the coming year will see a surge in the number of trees they will be able to plant and habitats they will help to heal.
A social enterprise UK brand, Barenaturals creates candles with a difference. For every candle they sell, ten trees are planted in areas of social and environmental hardship. Working with leading reforestation projects around the world Barenaturals is leading the positive impact movement of conscious consumerism.
Founded in 2012 by Darcey Croft, a London NHS midwife and David Bryans an engineer. Barenaturals was designed to create a positive feedback loop between consumer purchases, capitalism and saving the world.
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