Eco Policy


At Yum Yum Tree Fudge one of our key missions is to be the most environmentally friendly fudge company in the UK. Whilst we can’t yet achieve every target, like eliminating single-use plastics, our approach is a whole business approach and is MUCH more meaningful.  We are now a business with a much lower carbon footprint and are aiming at net zero, possibly net negative as we have acquired some land In Bulgaria where we will re-wild it in the new future and start planting trees. Upon entering the Carbon Charter, right away, we were awarded with the Silver Award and last year we achieved the Gold Carbon Charter.


We power our factory and vehicles by 100% renewable energy, to achieve this we have solar panels and Tesla storage batteries at our factory and at our home. If we have to use an energy supplier we will only use energy suppliers that provide 100% renewable energy from solar and wind. So you could say that we're cooking on sunshine.


Our current packaging is 100% recyclable, it is made from small quantities of thin plastic material, currently this is the best packaging to carry our yummy fudge. We continue to review these whenever new alternatives come onto the market. We are looking into avoiding single-use packaging; however, we have certain product requirements preventing us from making our next change. For now, it is more important to ensure our bags are recycled and they are labelled as such, as are our gift bags and ‘bag-for-life’ shopping bags are made from recycled paper and jute. In the last year we have change to an unlaminated paper gift bag which is biodegradable and recyclable.


Local Sourcing:

When we say quality, we mean it! That’s why we only use local British sugar, milk, and British butter. Regardless of the cost we love to help the local community and use local ingredients wherever we can. 

The impact of dairy on the environment:

We understand the impact of dairy on the environment so in order to combat this we decided to create an alternative range of oat-based fudge range. Currently we sell a small range of this delicious Plant Based fudge directly to consumers, with an increasing number of flavours being developed. Oat milk has the lowest carbon footprint of all milks, so we are focusing on that for our purely plant based fudges.


We have invested over £80,000 since November 2019 in making our travel greener. This was through the purchase of 2 zero emissions vans the Renault Kangoo Van 33 and the Nissan E-NV200, these vans have replaced our old diesel vans. We then replaced our diesel car with the Hyundai Ioniq electric in 2021. These vehicles  will also be run off our solar array from the factory or from home or be charged mainly from renewable energy. 

Below is our new Renault Kangoo 33 Z.E Van, Wrapped in our Brand for the New Year of 2020