Call us on 0800 254 0995

Call us on 0800 254 0995


Total: £0.00

Product Search
Twitter Twitter LinkedIn
Ethical Telecoms

As founder of I have always been focused on two simple beliefs: first, that organisations create the biggest carbon a...

The Prince of Wales and his wife Camilla have given the royal seal of approval to the UK's first eco-friendly beer. Backing a Suffolk brewery's attempts to reduce its carbon footprint, the couple sipped the ale in the upmarket seaside resort of Southwold.

Adnams' East Green Brew is made from locally grown barley and brewed in an energy-efficient brew house. The company also sells the tipple in reduced weight glasses and bottles to make it more eco-friendly.

Thursday's visit, which was made in glorious sunshine, began with a warm greeting for the Prince from a crowd of 1,000 lining the town's marketplace. Charles also toured an organic butcher, a greengrocer and an art gallery founded with help from the Prince's Trust.

Article Date: 04 August 2008

News Archive

To view articles in our archive please click here.