Hong Kong Small Businesses that Need Your Support: Food & Beverage - Liv

Liv Magazine is proud to do its part to help keep small businesses going during the COVID-19 outbreak. Whether you’re looking for brands that’ll deliver food (or wine!) to your door, healthy nutritional supplements, or a sweet treat to keep you going, consider supporting these local SMEs.

Do you have a small business in need of a boost? Fill out our form now and we’ll see how we can help.

Healthy Meal Plans: NOSH

NOSH offers healthy meal plans to nutritionally-minded professionals across Hong Kong. While NOSH primarily offers corporate packages for staff lunches, given the current situation it is now also trying to make healthy meals at home more accessible. By ordering meals from NOSH, you are helping support a four-year-old business in Hong Kong that has been dedicated to providing transparent, nutritional, and healthy food options. You will also help provide job security for more than 25 employees.
www.nosh.hk

Artisanal Spirits: Two Moons Distillery

Two Moons Distillery is a leading microdistillery and first of its kind in Hong Kong. Created by two young local distillers with a passion for artisanal spirits, they distill, bottle, label and seal every batch of Hong Kong craft gin by hand at their distillery in Chai Wan. A proudly zero-waste establishment, they also work with local charities such as ImpactHK and Pok Oi Hospital. Visits and distillery tours are also welcome.
www.twomoonsdistillery.com

Chocolate: Conspiracy Chocolate

Handcrafted in Hong Kong, Conspiracy Chocolate is made by hand using cacao beans from a single farm in Vietnam. By buying their bars you are helping Hong Kong people get access to better and healthier chocolate while supporting a local business during a difficult time.
conspiracychocolate.com

Bar and Event Space: The Nest HK

Located in Central, this cocktail bar/lounge is also popular as a space for private events. By visiting or booking your next event at The Nest, you are helping to ensure that their staff can keep their jobs and support their families.

www.thenest.hk

Organic Farm: Full Nature Farms

Full Nature Farms grows organic produce, specialising in herbs, edible flowers and microgreens. It supplies to restaurants, helping them add the “wow” factor to standout dishes at a much cheaper price compared to similar imported products.

www.fullnature.com

Sai Kung Bakery: Ali Oli Bakery & Cafe

Based in Sai Kung, Ali Oli Bakery offers homemade European and Western baked products. Their bakers create delicious, freshly baked goods from scratch on a daily basis including a range of breads, cakes, pastries, quiches and pies. To cope with the current outbreak, the bakery is currently offering special packed family meals delivered to your home. By shopping at Ali Oli Bakery, you’re helping Hazel, the owner, keep the bakery café running as well as supporting her family and local staff. 

alioli.com.hk

Wine Supplier: Liquidz HK

Need wine delivered? We feel ya. By spending with Liquidz HK, you can help keep their staff employed, and help them continue to provide well-priced alcohol to other small businesses.

www.liquidz.com.hk

Milkshakes: Shake Up!

American milkshake parlour Shake Up! Recently launched a new store in Langham Place, offering low-sugar milkshakes with a smile. Its new Angel in White milkshake, made with white chocolate and roses, pays tribute to frontline medical staff, who can get buy-one-get-one throughout March and April. 

www.facebook.com/shakeup.hongkong/

Wine Moments

WINE MOMENTS is built around the belief that there really is a perfect wine to go with every moment in your life, and finding great wine should be fun. The platform aims to bring you exciting wines in a fun way, and at a great price. By shopping at winemoments.com you are helping to keep a small business running so that the founders can continue to support their small family winemakers around the globe who are also struggling. 

winemoments.com

Food Distributor: Chase Foods

Chase Foods is the exclusive distributor of Goli Gummies, a gluten-free, organic and non-GMO food supplement made with apple cider vinegar. By buying Goli Gummies, you are helping a small local food import distribution business.

golihongkong.com

Food for Life

Food for Life offers a range of health food, natural supplements and organic skincare. By spending with this business you are helping a family-run and owned company provide jobs to more than 35 Hongkongers.
www.foodforlifehk.com

Peerie Tea

Peerie Tea is an ethical farm-to-cup tea company offering the finest artisanal teas from small locally-run estates from across China, India and Taiwan. All of their teas are handpicked and processed using traditional methods. Herbs and fruits are dehydrated from fresh in Hong Kong, ensuring that the end product is free from chemical preservatives, artificial flavourings, gluten, dairy and refined sugar. By shopping with Peerie Tea you are helping keep multiple small tea estates continue to operate, which in turn supports the local families in these areas who rely entirely on this industry.
www.peerietea.com

Little Miss Macarons

Little Miss Macarons offers customised macarons, macaron towers, macaron cakes and dessert tables for events and celebrations. All their macarons are made from scratch in small batches here in Hong Kong, and they also offer delivery. By shopping with Little Miss Macarons, you’re helping a small brand get through these challenging months.
www.littlemissmacarons.shop

The Aftermath Bar

The Aftermath Bar features live music, art and cultural entertainment. Creating alternative spaces for the creative community has never been an easy task in Hong Kong, and more than anything they want to keep making Aftermath an independent venue where everyone can enjoy music, comedy, cabaret, art shows, pub quiz, tattoo conventions, craft beer fests and yes, even baby showers. 
www.facebook.com/TheAftermathBar

teapigs HK

Teapigs mainly sells teas to cafes, restaurants & co-working spaces, and with multiple restaurant closures, they are suffering too. Help them pay their staff and get though the current crisis by shopping for their quality teas online.
www.teapigs.com.hk


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