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Belu Water

Our sustainable conscience goes beyond the work done in the kitchen, and extends to our water supplier Belu. They are an award-winning ethical business and leading social enterprise. Their work with us ensures, with the lowest carbon footprint possible.

They invest 100% of their net profits into WaterAid, the International development charity determined to make clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone, everywhere within a generation.

Belu Water

Supplier Profile: Natoora

We value the use of good quality fruit and veg on our menu, so it’s about time we highlight the great work done by our supplier Natoora. Working to combat issues faced in the food and drink industry they pledge to understand the seed, soil and season from everything they send our way. More recently, they have become a member of the Soil Association, one of the most prestigious organic certifying bodies in the UK. They take a considered approach to their operations by building personal relationships with suppliers. This ensures they produce great quality, while ensuring a realistic sustainable output. Here lies the reason that we are so grateful to be such good friends.

Supplier Profile: Natoora

Purgatory Flowers

Design partners William & Sarah draw upon their industrial and floral design backgrounds to create experiences which are specific to the time and spaces they work in, this can be seen through the selection of flowers at LINO.

Inspired by the ever changing natural world, they exclusively use British flowers, foliage & plants. Purgatory operate in a sustainable manner, keeping waste & carbon footprint to a minimum and considering the impact of the way they work at all times.

Purgatory Flowers

The Soap Co.

Another partnership we are proud to shout about is the one we have with Soap Co, Based in East London, they create bath and beauty products with sophisticated fragrances, minimalist design. But that’s not why we love them. As a social enterprise they carry a strong social and environmental ethos by providing training and work opportunities for people who are visually impaired, have disabilities or are otherwise disadvantaged. All profits go back into their business so that they can provide these opportunities and more like them.

The Soap Co.