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Social Enterprise

As a social enterprise, Unity Kitchen trades
in delicious food and drink. But, there’s a
big difference.

We have a strong social and environmental
purpose. There are no shareholders here.
Instead we spend every pound of profit to
directly support people with disabilities to
get a chance, build a career and plan for
a great future.

We make good food affordable for local people, promote healthy living and run our business on sound sustainability principles.

Find out more below.


 

HOW DO OUR PEOPLE PROFIT?

Social enterprise values people. Set up to benefit the communities where we work,
Unity Kitchen trains and employs people with disabilities to become the baristas, chefs and service stars of the future. Meet them here...

"This job gives me options for my future"

Every February, we recruit new apprentices who want to build careers in catering and hospitality.  We reserve these opportunities for people with disabilities – people who are too often excluded from the jobs market.

Using every pound of profit we create even more jobs and training opportunities so why not visit Unity Kitchen and see our people in action. Read their stories here...

SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS

We’re serious about sustainability. All our
cafes work hard to reduce their impact on
the environment. In a nutshell, we love local, support Fairtrade and take care not to waste.
Find out more… 

Good food shouldn't cost the earth

Unity Kitchen is committed to quality
 

PARTNER WITH US

We want our caterer to help us innovate and promote healthy living. How can we get more for our money? Increase your purchasing power: Social enterprise catering partnerships with Unity Kitchen. Read more

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