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Our New Improved Recipe

Our New Improved Recipe

Rebels never settle, and that’s why we’ve introduced an improved recipe for Mylk. We’ve been working tirelessly behind the scenes to bring you a recipe that is even closer to the taste and texture of dairy milk. Not only that, our improved recipe now also works in tea and coffee. Go on, Rebel. Mylk it.

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Radical Honesty: Rebel Kitchen’s Purpose Manifesto

Radical Honesty: Rebel Kitchen’s Purpose Manifesto

Rebel Kitchen was born out of a need to challenge the status quo, positively impacting the world through food. That’s why we question to improve the wellbeing of people and planet. And more importantly, we want to do something about it.   We are addressing our footprint through these core areas:  Transparent Supply Chains  Regenerative Organic Agriculture Reduce, Reuse, Recycle…Reimagine  Community  Healthy Humans  By 2025 we will have achieved the following:  A Transparent Supply Chain We don’t hide the fact that our ingredients are sourced from around the world. Coconuts don’t grow in our back gardens unfortunately and on that basis we are ensuring that everything we do is part of a...

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Rebel Kitchen is a certified B Corp!

Rebel Kitchen is a certified B Corp!

WE’RE SO EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THAT REBEL KITCHEN IS NOW A CERTIFIED B CORP! But what is a B Corp we hear you ask? Well the B Corp certification is to sustainable business what Organic certification is to food – it means that you can trust that certified B Corps really are doing business in a sustainable way. There are more than 2,000 Certified B Corporations in over 130 industries and 50 countries with 1 unifying goal – to redefine success in business…and now Rebel Kitchen is one of them. Our sustainability Rebel, Anna Van der Hurd, believes that “one...

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Why are we still using plastic?

Why are we still using plastic?

Unless you’ve been living under a coconut, you will know that plastic is a problem. Plastic pollution is an unavoidable growing global concern as more and more fragments and toxins find their way into our oceans and skies. No matter how hard we try to cut out plastic straws and buy reusable coffee cups, it’s impossible to avoid plastic in our modern lives. And this problem is only magnified by the confusion and complication surrounding plastic recycling. How do we win, right Rebels? If we can’t avoid it, we’ll have to find a way of using plastic as part of...

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