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Pale Green Dot Partners with the Hunger Project

Pale Green Dot, a sustainability-driven fresh produce company, is thrilled to announce its new charity partnership with The Hunger Project-UK. Pale Green Dot, a sustainability-driven fresh produce company, is thrilled to announce its new charity partnership with The Hunger Project-UK. Pale Green Dot have introduced a voluntary £3 donation to...

Empowering Consumers to Make Sustainable Choices

The recently announced Eco-Score Traffic Light System for food retailers is an important step in the right direction. Consumers will soon expect hospitality to follow, and we’re gearing up to give our commercial customers the tools to lead the way. Major retailers will be participating in a pilot of the...

Pale Green Dot to Launch Crowdfunding Campaign

Pale Green Dot, a sustainability-driven produce company, is about to launch its first crowdfunding campaign, with a target raise of £600,000.  Over the last 14 months, Pale Green Dot has evolved from a forward-thinking fresh produce wholesaler, working to deliver transparency and close the food loop, into a multi-channel operator...

How to make Zhoug

Save your herb stalks from the bin! A delicious spicy green Yemeni sauce perfect for dressing salads, swirled through yoghurt, or as a marinade. 

Pale Green Dot Foundation Created

At Pale Green Dot we’re proud to have undertaken a number of projects over the years to support our community and promote education around sustainable food. We’ve decided to take this work even further by establishing Pale Green Dot Foundation which will act as an educational platform to promote a...

Changing Seasons: Spring Dishes from GB Rower Charlotte Hodgekins-Byrne

As Spring sets in, Charlotte Hodgekins-Byrne from the GB Rowing Team tells us how she is creating delicious seasonal dishes with her Pale Green Dot fruit & veg boxes. As the skies are starting to clear and brighten and blossom seems to cover all the trees, I’m feeling inspired to...

Pale Green Dot create partnership with Tempo Time Credits

We are proud to partner with Tempo Time Credits in supporting the fantastic and essential work of volunteers.  We’ll be bringing their volunteers our seasonal and sustainable fruit & veg boxes in exchange for their hard work. Tempo is an inspirational organisation who unite volunteers with charities and community groups...

Why we practice agro-ecological farming methods

Our methods Here at pale green dot the farms we prefer to work with are managed using agroecological practices. This means they use low impact and sustainable methods to ensure that their farming improves the soil, has a positive impact on their local community and produces flavour packed produce. Our...

Venison Swap Box

We're excited to annoucne that we have just launched our 'Venison Swap Box'. This is a direct response to the environmental challenge that a growth in the wild deer population in the UK has presented. This delicious and nutritious wild meat has seen a huge decline in consumption since lockdown....

Changing Seasons: Winter Training for Tokyo 2021

Winter I can never decide if I’m a winter person or not. There is so much I love about it; the deliciously comforting food, the cosy evenings spent snuggled up and the warm glow from lights and fires that contrasts the harsher weather outside. However, one thing I know for...

Anaerobic Digestion

How it works... When you put your food waste into your kitchen bin, there are many ways your waste might be recycled. At pale green dot 100% of our food waste is taken to an anaerobic digestion plant. Anaerobic digestion is when organic matter, such as animal or food waste,...

No dig policy

Why we are striving towards a 'No Dig' approach   Soil erosion and the loss of fertile land is increasing globally. Earth’s fragile soil anchors all life on Earth and we simply won't be able to survive without it. At pale green dot we strongly believe in the importance of...

Give one, Get one, Help everyone

We set up Give One Get One with the ambition to support as many people in need over the festive period and beyond, in our customers' local communities. We wanted to create a box that allowed our customers to enjoy our great produce but also, simply and easily, donate a...

Three different parts, one beautiful beast: Cooking cauliflower

Ollie Hunter: 30 Ways to Join The Food Revolution We are excited to be back with another feature from Master Chef Semi Finalist, Ollie Hunter. In Ollie’s book “30 Ways To Join The Food Revolution” he works to the simple principle that local ingredients, grown in a sustainable manner, equate...

How lockdown completely changed my diet

Juicy tomatoes and fresh kale hand picked from our glasshouse farms! My Journey to Veganism Oke Omoniyi Lockdown forced us all to adapt in ways we thought were once impossible. When all of our restaurants, schools, leisure centres and pretty much everything else shut their doors for what felt like...

Free School Meals: No child should go hungry

Community Following on from the free schools campaign, pale green dot is proud to support the London and Brighton community school meal activities this half term. In just a matter of days it has been incredible to witness how communities from across the UK have come together to provide a...