Quote the code “BetterFood” when you switch and get a gift card worth up to £30
Go through us you’ll get a Better Food gift card worth up to £30 – just make sure to quote “BetterFood” when you switch.
You’ll receive your gift card by post within 2 weeks of your supply going live with Bristol Energy.
Alternatively call 0808 281 2222 or meet the team at the Bristol Energy Hub at 100 Temple Street.
About Bristol Energy
Bristol Energy is a different kind of gas and electricity company.
Set up to offer customers a better deal, it will reinvest its profits right back into our city – meaning your money can make a positive difference. Unlike most, it strives for social equality, local renewables and stronger communities. These aims caught our eye as they align so perfectly with ours at Better Food. We’ve developed a partnership with them that we hope will give them a bigger presence in the city. Together we can collectively champion a fairer food and energy system. Shaking up the status quo never felt more empowering!
Two thirds of UK households spend hundreds of pounds more than they need to on expensive deals, many with the Big Six energy suppliers.
Bristol Energy is a national supplier, set up to be fairer, more ethical and save you money. So whether you’re in Bristol, Bath, Frome or further afield, you can join the movement. Its customers save on average around £200 per year on their bills. And it has a 100% renewable tariff too, meaning you can go green and give back.
Better Food are tickled pink by this new partnership. Our founder Phil Haughton says: “We at Better Food are delighted to be partnered with Bristol Energy. To find a company that harbours similar values to our own is a real positive for us. The energy sector often carries a poor reputation on social and ecological issues. So Bristol Energy’s focus on their environmental impact and the value of a thriving local community is a credit to them. As a customer, simply being able to walk into their office and talk face-to-face about your energy plans demonstrates their commitment to doing it differently”.
His enthusiasm is shared by Peter Haigh, Managing Director of Bristol Energy. “It’s the little things that can add up to make a big difference. Like choosing locally grown food, supporting independent businesses or switching to green energy. Better Food has pioneered the ethical food movement in Bristol, and is well-loved across the city. By working together, we hope to encourage more people to choose local, independent businesses for both their food and their energy supply. Let’s help keep our money in Bristol communities”.
Bristol Energy love Bristol just as much as we do. Check out their I Love You Bristol video – it cheers us up every time.