Clearspring is a manufacturer and exporter of healthy and quality organic foods all great tasting traditional foods that support good health; promote sustainable agriculture, and provide economic stability for producer communities.
The Clearspring goal is to get nutritious, organic food back on the kitchen table. By developing the demand for organic foods and encouraging the cultivation of organic crops by farmers today, we ensure that you and generations to come can enjoy the great taste and benefits of good food.
Clearspring is a privately owned UK company established in the 1980s to distribute great tasting traditional foods that support good health; promote sustainable agriculture, and provide economic stability for producer communities.
Set up by its current Chairman, Christopher Dawson, in 1993, Clearspring has grown from annual sales of £640,000 to monthly sales of £750,000 in 2013. Clearspring currently distributes over 250 products from around the world, has wholesale customers in the UK, and further wholesale customers in more than 53 countries worldwide.
From their west London offices, Christopher and his staff travel around the world in search of high-quality products that meet Clearspring’s exacting standards.
Each product is carefully evaluated for purity of ingredients and ecologically sound manufacturing practices. Clearspring looks for products that are GMO-free and made with whole organic ingredients. Refined organic ingredients such as organic sugar are not acceptable; Clearspring believes that refining organic foods depletes them of their intrinsic value. Clearspring foods must also be made by traditional methods using time-tested recipes.
Indeed, some of the foods Clearspring labels are made using methods and recipes dating back 200 to 500 years or more. In addition to its large selection of traditional Japanese foods, Clearspring has an equally large range of traditional European foods. These include an extensive range of organic cold-pressed oils, sugar-free organic fruit spreads, organic grains, seeds and almonds.