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News: Love the Living Wage this Valentine's Day

When choosing the perfect presents for your loved ones this Valentine's day, we encourage you to buy Living Wage. Our wonderful accredited national Living Wage employers sell a variety of different products, from hand-crafted jewellery, to beautiful flower bouquets and 100% Fairtrade sweet treats. You can find local Living Wage retailers and products in your area using our Employer Map, so you can rest assured you're spending responsibly when buying that special someone a unique and thoughtful gift. 

Here are some of our top accredited Living Wage retailers to give you inspiration and gift ideas this Valentine's Day. 

Joy Everley

Joy Everley design all their jewellery in-house at their shop in Soho, and can even create beautiful bespoke jewellery, perfect for a thoughtful present, or even a surprise Valentine’s Day proposal.

Moyses Stevens

Ahead of Living Wage Week 2017, the Living Wage Foundation welcomed its milestone 3,500th accredited Living Wage employer - Royal Warrant luxury florist Moyses Stevens with a network of shops across London. Treat your loved one to a beautiful bespoke bouquet from Moyses Stevens this Valentine's Day. 

Divine Chocolate

Does your special someone have a sweet tooth? Divine Chocolate made a commitment to “doing business differently”, from bean to bar. From the farmers who grow their cocoa, right along the supply chain to the chocolate lovers who choose Divine, they want to empower people and treat both them, and the environment, responsibly and with respect. And that includes ensuring the Living Wage for everyone who works for them.

Oliver Bonas

In 2015, Oliver Bonas became the first accredited national retailer, bringing the real Living Wage to the highstreet. Head down to your local Oliver Bonas branch to find a variety of Living Wage products in their Valentine's collection, including delicate jewellery, stylish clothing and other thoughtful gifts for him and her. 

13th February 2018, 09:30
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