Christmas is upon us. The lists have been made and the shopping has almost certainly been started. While it’s easy and only natural to get caught up in the excitement of the festive season, it is possible to indulge while enjoying an alternative, altogether more ethical Christmas.
With over 800 products to choose from Run Native has handpicked its top Christmas gifts and treats to make shopping that little bit less stressful this year.
Run Native, the UK’s leading online retailer of eco-friendly, Fair Trade, organic, and products by UK Social Enterprise has made it easy for you to find the perfect alternative gift for your loved one, the finishing touches for your tree and table and treats to create the ultimate Christmas celebration.
Whether you’re looking for a gift for him or her, a child, a foodie or wine lover, for the home and garden or even for yourself, there is something for everyone.
Run Native stocks products from UK social enterprises including Chocolate Memories, ArtHouse Meath, From Babies with Love, Awamu Together and many more.
With products spanning sectors: fashion; health, beauty & wellbeing; home and garden; baby, child and toys; jewellery and gifts, the company is committed to enabling its customers to ‘buy what you believe’.
The shopping experience is simple and secure. Orders can be placed up until 12 noon on 22nd December for guaranteed delivery in time for Christmas.
Run Native allows shoppers to buy design-led goods with a social conscience from the comfort of their armchairs. A new generation of ethical e-tail site, it stocks everything from gourmet treats and gifts to lifestyle accessories, high fashion and homeware. But, what makes this site special, is that the profits it generates will have a powerful impact on people’s lives.
To view the product ranges please visit www.run-native.co.uk or call 01506 862 227 .For more information about Run Native please contact [email protected]
Images of some of our favorite gifts are attached.
Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of Run Native by Community Enterprise, on Thursday 17 October, 2013. For more information subscribe and follow http://www.pressat.co.uk/