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Highland Spring Flows Into Social Bite Cafes

We are delighted to announce that Highland Spring water is now available in Social Bite coffee shops in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Glasgow.

As part of our 2024 partnership with the charity and social business, we are delivering regular donations of still and sparkling water which will be sold to customers in the coffee shops with 100% of the profits raised reinvested into Social Bite projects. The water will also be placed in daily free food packs which are given to people in a situation of homelessness and/or food poverty.

Social Bite provide homes, jobs, food, and support to empower people to transform their own lives. Their vision is a society where no one should have to be homeless, and they challenge the status quo by pioneering solutions that create lasting change.

As well as water donations, we are also supporting the development of the new Social Bite Recovery Village in Dundee which will help vulnerable people struggling with homelessness and addiction. You can find out more about the project here

Simon Oldham, Managing Director, Highland Spring Group comments:  

“We know providing support to the most vulnerable in society is needed now more than ever. As a purposeful business, one of our company values is ‘We Care’ and we want to make a sustainable difference to peoples lives in local communities across Scotland and the UK. We are so proud to be supporting Social Bite on their mission to break the cycle of homelessness in 2024.”

Josh Littlejohn MBE, Founder, Social Bite comments: “We’re thrilled that Highland Spring are joining the movement to end homelessness. Free bottled water is always part of our daily free food services, and now guests can stay hydrated with an iconic Scottish water. Bottles are also available for customers to buy in our coffee shops across Scotland, furthering our commitment to locally sourced products. I’d like to extend a huge thank you to Highland Spring for generously supporting the build of the new Bill Sword Social Bite Recovery Village in Dundee, too. Not far from the Ochil Hills where their water comes from, their donation will help to provide a much-needed home for vulnerable people.”