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Ukraine Appeal


“I’ve got guts too.”

We are gravely concerned about the longer term impacts of this war on Ukrainian people.

Lack of nourishment and loss of one’s livelihood have the most damaging and long term consequences on human life.

Good Livelihood is a project run by PIN (People In Need) in Luhansk and Donetsk on the eastern side of the Ukraine since 2015. As agriculture is one of the main sources of livelihood in these regions, PIN works with local smallholder farmers to ensure their self-sufficiency, increase their income and contribute to better food access for local communities through increased agricultural production. PIN also gives grants to small businesses in these areas.


Malnutrition occurs when an individual’s nutrient intake fails to meet their nutrient demand. This is the reality for so many right now.

16 years ago I had the privilege of meeting Dr Steve Collins, founder of Valid Nutrition and Valid International. That began my journey into deeply understanding the relationship between food and cognitive health and more widely, the relationship with country wide economic growth.

The stark reality is that millions of children miss out on their potential because their bodies do not receive or absorb the nutrients they need in early life. Undernutrition leads to impaired cognitive capacity and increased vulnerability to disease.

We are trying hard to make a difference through the only way we know how. Through the guts of a people. The guts of a problem. 

Agriculture is one of the key sectors that PINs 'livelihoods work' focuses on.

Your Support

The cost price of each t-shirt is 10 euro. The t-shirts are made from organic cotton and are being printed sustainably in Dublin using vegan inks and recycled rain water.

Delivery costs €6.90 throughout the island of Ireland and €12.40 into the UK. If you want to support from other countries please let us know. Thank you so much. €15 from the sale of each t-shirt will go directly to People In Need for the work they are doing on the ground in the Ukraine.



More info...

Existing research shows that in many contexts, agriculture is significantly more effective than non-agricultural sectors in reducing poverty among the poorest of the poor. Agriculture also has an excellent – though currently underutilized – potential for reducing global undernutrition. Despite these opportunities, reducing poverty and ensuring adequate food production will not be possible without overcoming the challenges faced by smallholder farmers. Some of these challenges include, for example, lack of access to markets, environmental problems such as soil degradation and climate change, and the significant gap in access to resources between men and women farmers.

PIN uses multi-sectoral programming and supports synergies with the WASH, Health and Nutrition, Education and Skills, Social Protection and Inclusion, and Governance sectors. Their evidence-based 'livelihoods and environment' programming uses in-depth contextual analysis, formative research and effective behavioral change strategies to make a real difference in the countries where they work. Geographically, improving livelihoods and environment is a programming priority for all PIN’s country offices. 

As an industry we at the happy tummy co. understand, we feel strongly about supporting the ongoing work in this area of the Ukraine.

We want to do everything we can to support the livelihood and nourishment of Ukrainian people.

Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays each week.

€6 for delivery up to 10 kilos throughout the island of Ireland. €12 for the delivery of 5 kilos throughout the UK. More info here.

Whether you choose a weekly, fortnightly or monthly subscription, this service is perfect for those of you taking your life and time here seriously. Subs can be paused or cancelled at any time but are highly recommended for those of you with busy lifestyles, yearning to live better.

Ukraine Appeal


What's the shelf-life like on your range?

7 days - 2 weeks kept in the products' wrapping in the fridge. Our products do best kept in a temperature controlled environment as they are alive with enzyme activity. Frozen for up to 3 months, wrapped tight in a freezer bag.

How much should I eat each day?

Two slices of the happy tummy loaf for breakfast every morning. Consistency is key to its benefits. You can eat it again at lunch. Make sure to drink plenty of water alongside this loaf. One scone each day. The rest of the range, as you like.

When can I expect to receive my order?

Within 7 days of ordering. Each product goes through a long soak or fermentation process over a couple to a number of days and is baked fresh to order on one of our bake days Tuesday through to Thursday.

What's the story with subscription?

It really is very important to get a daily dose of our signature products for your longterm health and so many of our customers choose a weekly or monthly subscription whereby they have space in their freezers. This way we deliver your order on the same day each week/month so that your gut gets into a good routine. Subs can be paused or cancelled anytime.


Shipping around Ireland + UK

Once your order is baked, DPD come to collect it. Our Irish customers will usually receive their order the day after bake whilst our UK customers receive their order 2 days later. Our products have naturally long shelf-lives.

Order tracking

Once your order has been shipped, you will begin to receive updates by sms and email. It's important to keep an eye out for these updates. DPD will send you a one hour delivery window the morning of delivery so that you can be in.

Get in touch

If you have any queries about a delivery it's best to get in touch with us immediately on When the bakery is closed DPD are your point of contact. For Ireland, we have the links here. For the UK, we have links here.

About us


TEACH SCOILE by the happy tummy co. is a place to engage with the science behind the food that we eat. And in so doing, Karen hopes to inspire prevention before cure.

Mind yourself.

Understanding Nutrition

Whilst food contains all the nutrients we need to stay healthy, it also contains anti-nutrients and these are reduced by putting them through certain processes. Processes that you use in your every day life at home - cooking, steaming, soaking and fermenting.

Knowledge up here.

Minerals + Vitamins

Here are some of the minerals and vitamins crucial to our health, contained in all the foods we soak and ferment for your wellbeing.

Knowledge up here.