The Ja Joint are a social enterprise on a mission to change food poverty in the UK by teaching people how to cook healthy food using their dinner kits. Their 100% natural, vegan-friendly dinner kits include a Jamaican Jerk rub recipe to spice up chicken or a vegan alternative. The Ja Joint have pledged to donate 1 dinner kit to someone experiencing food poverty in the UK for every dinner kit they sell! 💚
A snapshot of The Ja Joint's sustainability journey so far.
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Make your BBQ more eco-friendly
Barbecues are a major feature of garden socialising in the UK – more so in recent times because of lockdown restrictions. There’s a lot to love about them – who isn’t up for a beer and a burger (ideally plant-based!) in the sun with their favourite people?
Four ways to have a more ethical Christmas
Christmas – ‘tis the season to eat, drink and be merry. And after the year we’ve had we’ve definitely earned it, with many of us rightfully intent on kicking back and chilling out over the festive season.
Five reasons to give Veganuary a try
January is certainly not the most joyful month of the year. It’s grey and drizzly, Christmas is but a distant memory and it feels like it’ll be ages before anything exciting happens again. So it’s no surprise most of us just want to stagnate on the sofa with the leftover festive chocolate. But this year, why not try something different?