Nutcessity is proud to partner with...
Independent importers, Wogan have been roasting their coffee in Bristol's city centre for over 45 years. Their Sumatran Mandheling Arabican coffee is espresso ground to provide that dark, bitter, get-up & go kick to our Dark Roasted Espresso nut spread.
Love Bristol. Go Local. Nutcessity is proud to accept Bristol's independent currency via text2pay or in cash - keeping a band of money circulating amongst independent businesses.
Based in Brislington, Bristol Labels are the established flex and digital printing company in Bristol, and provided the jar labels for Nutcessity.
Bristol based freelance illustrator & designer, Laura from Drawesome produced some awesome drawings for Nutcessity's jar labels...
THE FOOD ASSEMBLY
An online market place where local buyers meet local producers, The Food Assembly fosters a community spirit whereby members meet on a weekly basis to collect their shopping.
Nutcessity will forever be grateful for Fishponds & Easton Food Assemblies - where the first few 'real' batches of Mike's nut butter were tried and tested...
THE GOOD SALT COMPANY
An independent family business based in Sussex, The Good Salt Company sources 100% unrefined crystal Himalayan salt, hand mined from government licensed mines in the Himalayas.
The leading UK supplier of glass packaging to the food & drink industry, Rawlings are based in Warmley, around ten miles from Bristol.
Nutcessity uses their re-usable and recyclable squat glass jars, with a wide opening and no awkward corners... hoorah!
The Soil Association is a key partner of Nutcessity in the Organic movement in Bristol & beyond.
As well as accrediting all Nutcessity's products as organic, the SA provides ongoing business marketing support and guidance.