Championing Charrington’s

Championing Charrington's

Goupie’s been around for over 10 years now, and in that time we’ve done A LOT of shows. Whether it be trade shows, large consumer fairs, local food markets or pop-ups in farm shops, we’ve done them all! Right there next to us at most of these events (especially within Kent) is Charrington’s. Charrington’s is…

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Abel & Cole

Over 30 years ago Keith Abel made it his mission to share the benefits of organic foods with as many people as possible. Since then the company – Abel & Cole – has grown massively; but has always taken care to stay true to it’s roots (ho ho!). From humble beginnings selling potatoes, Abel &…

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Allplants – Brandmance

Back in 2015 brothers JP and Alex embarked on a vegan diet in order to explore the effect on both their health and the environment. The decision served as an epiphany with the brothers becoming increasingly aware of a growing desire to nurture, protect and celebrate the environment. The dynamic duo realised that our attitude…

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Oatly Does It

Oatly’s sole motivation is to enable people the joys they know and love without costing the planet and stripping its resources. The Swedish company was founded in the 1990s after research from Lund University. It is now available in 20 countries, thankfully including the UK! It also seems to be the milk alternative of choice…

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Ice cream with no sugar!

Ice cream with no sugar!

The journey began in 2012 financed by family % friends and early crowdfunding, by Justin Woolverton, joined a year later by the fellow former lawyer, Bouton. With no previous marketing experience, they initially set out using in-store sampling and demonstrations at shows as their main marketing tool, however they quickly realized that it wasn’t working……

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Fine Kentish Spirit

Fine Kentish Spirit

Founded in 2011 by both Dr Andy Reason and Dr Norman Lewis, in true entrepreneurial style, they left behind their scientific backgrounds to pursue their passion for craft spirits. Later to go down in the history books, as Kent’s first gin distillery in 200 years. Drawing on their experience as research and development chemists, the…

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Popcorn born in a Shed!

Popcorn born in a Shed!

If you haven’t already guesses it we have been obsessed with popcorn recently, and this brand feature probably comes as no surprise…  Popcorn Shed was created by cousins Laura Jackson & Sam Feller who both are passionate entrepreneurs who gave up their faced paced city jobs to follow their dream. It all started on a…

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LoveRaw how could you not?

LoveRaw how could you not?

If you’re thinking you recognize that name, that’s because you probably do! Earlier this year entrepreneur Rimi Thapar appeared on Dragons’ Den and boldly declined an investment of £50,000 in return for 30% of the business (25% more than she had proposed) offered by one of the most experienced Dragons, Deborah Meaden. There were days…

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Ready meals from the Heart

Ready meals from the Heart

Started by budding entrepreneur and frozen cake salesman, Edward in 1997. The tale of COOK started in Farnham, Surrey when he began to sell hand-prepared home cooked food matching the quality of the cakes his parents have always made. They simply set out to chase their one dream; ‘of being the world’s best-ever maker of…

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Cola that comes from a place we know…

Cola that comes from a place we know…

In 2012, the idea of Karma Cola was born in New Zealand but the product itself was born in Western Africa. After discovering that most major cola brands didn’t include cola nuts in their products, Simon Coley, Chris and Matt Morrison set about changing this. They ordered five kilograms of cola straight to their New…

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