ABOUT KARMA COLA

We make Fairtrade organic craft sodas. Our ethos is to be good for the people, good for the land and as good for you as a fizzy drink can be. We treat the people who grow our ingredients like they live next-door. 


And we believe in the life changing magic of giving a !@#$


We’re 100% New Zealand owned and operated, and like the organic *Fairtrade farmers we deal with, we’re a small business trying to make a difference.

The world drinks 1.9 billion coke drinks every day but the people behind the name ingredient have never earned a cent. So Karma Cola decided to something about that. Every time someone buys a bottle of Karma Cola proceeds go back to the people who grow cola in Boma village, Sierra Leone.  


The Karma Cola Foundation guarantees growers get something back from drinkers. 


Soft drinks aren’t known for their good qualities; Karma Cola was awarded 'The World's Fairest Fairtrader' for the work we do in Sierra Leone. 


 #drinknoevil


*Fairtrade bans the use of over 120 chemicals commonly used in fruit production alone



 
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