There are about 2 billion cola branded drinks consumed every day – over a million a minute. But the West African people who discovered the magical properties of the cola nut don’t make a penny from the world’s most popular fizzy drink. We thought it was time someone did something about that. So we made Karma Cola.

We made Karma Cola to taste good and be food. Good for the land, good for the people who grow the ingredients and as good for you as a fizzy drink can be – so you can feel good about drinking them. We set up the Karma Cola Foundation to make sure that happens.

It’s been five years since we made our first bottle of Karma Cola. In that time we’ve made another four great tasting Fairtrade and organic fizzy drinks. We created one sugar free version of Karma Cola and started selling good karma drinks in 23 countries. All this has enabled the Karma Cola Foundation to support farming communities in eight villages in Sierra Leone. We’ve helped build one bridge, provided bursaries for 75 girls to go to school, paid five teachers to educate another 265 children each year and we’ve invested in 18 local entrepreneurs trading their way to a brighter future.

Thanks from everyone at Karma Cola on behalf of everyone who benefits from the sale of our drinks. With your help, the more drinks we sell the more good we can do.

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