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The Karma Cola family are good for growers, good for the land and as good for you as fizzy drinks can be.

Unlike other soft drinks, our family of soda pop stars are made of good organic, Fairtrade ingredients and the lightly processed kind of sugar that isn’t bleached white with sulphur. When you’re thirsting for a good cold drink don’t be tempted... drink no evil.

Soil Association Organic, Fairtrade and no GMOs
Gingerella

Gingerella is made of Mother Nature’s magic healer – ginger – grown organically by Fairtrade farmers in Sri Lanka.

Its clean, crisp and fiery flavour comes from its unique blend of ginger, vanilla, cane sugar, lemons, and a fair deal for the people who grow them.

Karma Cola

Karma’s original cola recipe is made of real cola nut grown by the Mende and Temne people in Boma, Sierra Leone.

Proceeds from each bottle go to the growers’ families to re-establish their lives in the aftermath of civil war and ebola.

Lemony

Lemons weren’t known for their luck until Lemony came along.

Lemony’s organic lemons and Fairtrade and organic cane sugar bring good fortune to the farmers who get a fair deal for their crop and a lemony zing to you.

Find us in all the best coffee shops, bars and eateries.

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Every Karma Cola sold helps a village in Sierra Leone

The Karma Cola Foundation was founded on the principle that the eight communities we support in the Tiwai region of Sierra Leone know what’s best for them. They decide what projects they want funded.

The first, the Makenneh Bridge, joins the old and new parts of Boma. Other projects include sending 50 young people to school, installing a primary school teacher, building a rice processing plant to ensure security and self sufficiency of food supply and rehabilitating 25 acres of rainforest farms.

This is the beginning of a long and mutually beneficial partnership. Our aim is to sell as many fizzy drinks as possible. The more we sell the more good we can do.

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