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12/05/2021

CELEBRATING OUR COOP MEMBERS

  Worker co-operatives are like any other business. However, unlike conventional businesses its Members (workers) contribute equitably to and democratically control, the capital and finances of their co-operative. Members decide how to use surpluses (profits). Worker co-operatives should provide the pay and other benefits that members need and want, managing the business to provide them…

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17/02/2021

Intensive pesticide use is not ok!

Last year Infinity Foods Co-op Shop & Bakery launched our ‘Growing a green future’ campaign. When we asked, why does a ‘new normal’ need to mean worse? We could further democratise the way we all work and live, with more co-operatives and harness our full potential by putting our natural environment first, as well as…

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06/11/2019

Home For Christmas

When the nights get longer and the temperature drops we all want to get home, snuggle up and keep warm. But, not everyone has that luxury and our wildlife are struggling too. That is why this Christmas we are supporting Migration, Hibernation and Refugees. Every year we see birds migrating in and out of the…

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24/07/2019

We donated a shed

Supporting the community is at the heart of our values, which is why we are proud to have donated a shed to Brighton and Hove Organic Gardening Group (BHOGG). We hope this will help them with the great work they do in our shared community. BHOGG is a not-for-profit community organisation, supporting the organic cause…

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28/06/2018

2018 International Day of Cooperatives

2018 international day of cooperatives is led by the United Nations and end Cooperative fortnight on the 7th of July.  That’s a lot of cooperation! Cooperatives have sustainability in their DNA, with ‘concern for the community’ as the seventh of their guiding principles. That is why this year we are celebrating the great work that…

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seedy sunday 2018

29/01/2018

Why is Seedy Sunday Important?

  Infinity Foods is proud to sponsor Seedy Sunday for another year. This Sunday, 4th of February (10:30 – 16:00) sees the UK’s largest community seed swap coming back to Brighton & Hove, at BHASVIC (205 Dyke Road, Hove BN3 6EG). Seedy Sunday was started in 2002 and was the first seed swap in Britain. Seed saving…

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04/10/2017

creating roosting spaces for bats

Infinity Foods has recently given funding towards a bat box project in the city, led by Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Huw Morgan and Ryan Greaves in collaboration with Brighton & Hove City Council, Sussex Bat Group and local parks’ Friends groups.

24/04/2017

Preventing the Demise of Our Bees

Wild bees and other pollinators are in decline, threatening pollination of crops and wildflowers. Modern farming has become dependent on heavy pesticide use, and this is highly likely to be contributing significantly to declines of bees. How do we feed ourselves without wiping out bees and other wildlife?