Brands signed up to Fair to Nature produce culinary flour, baby leaf salads and other vegetable crops, rapeseed oil, and bird food. Click on the logos below to find out more about Fair to Nature brands and where you can purchase the different products. If your favourite brands aren’t listed here, why not contact them and tell them about Fair to Nature! We would love to talk to brand owners about the Fair to Nature way of farming. More brands means more wildlife habitats and a happier countryside for all!

Allinson Flour logoGarden Bird Supplies logo 2016
Honeychop Horse FeedHoneyfield's logo
Lordington Lavender logoMorrells logo - Dec 2015
RSPB logoVitacress

The brands that sign up to using ingredients and produce grown to Fair to Nature standards use our logos on their nature friendly products. The delivery of biodiversity benefits through adhering to the Fair to Nature standard is often explained on-pack helping you to make a choice between brands with no measurable biodiversity position, and our accredited brands with a clear, proven commitment to farming that lets nature flourish – a commitment to being Fair to Nature!

Look out for this logo on packaging

  F2N Bee logo

Current Fair to Nature brands include:

Allinson culinary flours, available in all leading supermarkets.

GardenBird’s Ultiva range of bird food, available from their website.

Honeychop horse feeds, available from some Pets at Home stores and many other stockists. Find your nearest stockist here.

Honeyfield’s bird food, available from Jollyes Petfood Superstores, and other good pet stores.

Lordington Lavender’s toiletry products, pet care products, scents, and now chocolate! Available online.

Morrell’s Nature Friendly Beef, available from Morrell’s online shop.

RSPB bird food, available from their online shop, RSPB Reserve shops and many garden centres.

RSPB Hope Farm Extra Virgin Rapeseed oil, available from their online shop and RSPB Reserve shops.