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The Good Little Company

14 May 2013 11:27, by BvdMeerendonk

The Good Little Company is based on the "buy one, give one" principle, which is becoming more and more popular for business. This is a very positive trend since it leads to charity driven from the customers. The fact that companies such as The Good Little Company and Toms Shoes with this new business model are being sustainable, shows the willingness of customers to participate in the "small things" towards the current poverty problems in undeveloped countries. The last time I checked GLC donated 17,748,546 meals so far, which already a great act of charity, and moreover is growing every (...)


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Location: Downpatrick (United Kingdom of Great Britain, Northern Ireland)

Sector: food, sausages

Official website:

Key figures:

The Good Little Company products currently have a turnover of about ?850,000 per year.
The Finnebrogue Factory has an overall turnover of around ?11,800,000 per year. Number of employees: 85 permanent staff. (Over 100 workers during peak season, i.e. Christmas)
Countries of operations: United Kingdom. Retailers: Tesco in Northern Ireland and Waitrose in England

Nbr. visits: 872

Nbr. inspires: 11