The (Abridged) Good&Green Story

Back in 1965 things were a little different...

Gluten consumption was still rife, nobody was taking photos of their vegan Buddha bowl, and even basic supplements were primarily dispensed by pharmacists (that last one isn't a joke). It was in this atmosphere and year that Sheila Gaiman, a founding member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, realised something needed to change. The level of most vitamins available were incredibly low and hard to obtain. Sheila was determined to make high-strength, high-quality supplements available to all and approached her husband with the idea. Her specialist knowledge combined with his entrepreneurial spirit gave birth to G&G Vitamins. 

Over time G&G grew...

They went on to create one of the largest manufacturers of encapsulated supplements in the UK; meanwhile creating a burgeoning health food shop in their local town of East Grinstead. As the company passed from one generation to the next the family decided it was time to revamp and renew the little store in East Grinstead. So in 2016 they found a larger premises right in the centre of the town and rebranded as...

Good&Green

The new shop was a hit and the family wanted to spread Good&Green around the country. So the work started on creating an independent online shop that would champion small local brands and make environmentally-friendly and healthy products readily available to all. We hope you like it.