WHY Karma Cola?

Posted by Plum Saville, Karma Cola | 15 Nov 2016

Karma Cola began with the thought that if the world consumes over a million cola drinks a minute (which, scarily, is true) it was about time we made one that did some good from its original ingredient – cola nut.

In Africa, cola nut has huge symbolic meaning – it’s used in marriage ceremonies, to ease hunger and plays an important spiritual role. But in the western world, most people have no idea that cola actually grows on trees.

Karma Cola is a Fairtrade and organic soft drink with a purpose: to directly improve the lives of people in Sierra Leone who originally discovered cola nut and still use it everyday for wellbeing and to celebrate friendship.

Every time you buy a bottle, money goes back to these communities, to help with education, trade and infrastructure. Funds raised helped during the Ebola crisis too.

It’s pretty awesome that by the simple act of buying a drink you’re making such a difference. So far, you’ve helped pay for 4 teachers, who teach over 200 kids, you’ve paid for a bridge to be built, rehabilitated 12 forest farms and helped over 2,000 people during the ebola crisis. It’s good to give a damn. #drinknoevil

AVAILABLE AT ROLA WALA LEEDS ON THE 23rd NOVEMBER

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