Everyday products with less impact
Everyday products with less impact

Something Good aims to make our everyday routines a little less wasteful by bringing together a range of refillable and plastic-free pantry, household and homeware items, from dried fruit and beans, to dishwasher tablets and menstrual care. The female-led company has a strict no-single-use policy, instead opting for materials like glass, cotton and stainless steel. Its packaging is 100% recyclable and made from a minimum of 75% recycled fibres.

As a Living Wage employer, the brand champions local and small businesses throughout its shop. They also work with FoodCycle Newcastle Westgate to share food that is past its best-before date to cook up into delicious meals for the people who need it. The company is also powered by a renewable energy supplier.

Verified sustainability claims

SomethingGood is taking action for a more sustainable future. The following claims have been proof-backed and verified through ethy, represented by its unique Impact Hive.


SomethingGood hold the following certifications from ethy's partners.

Living Wage Foundation

Sustainable Development Goals

Through achieving ethy verification, SomethingGood demonstrates contribution towards the following Global Goals.

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

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