New Zealand cola will served at celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's Italian and Barbecoa restaurants across Britain.
Source: Bang Showbiz
MailOnline reported Oliver's restaurant group signed up with the Kiwi founded Karma Cola and will begin selling the drink this week.
Karma Cola is a fair trading company created in 2012.
It set up a charitable foundation in a Sierre Leone community where the cola nuts are sourced from.
Chief executive of the Italian restaurants Simon Blagden said Karma Cola used "responsibly sourced ingredients", reported MailOnline.
Oliver recently launched a video of himself taking aim at the New Zealand government over a lack of sugar tax, and called it a "disgrace" no governing politician attended a symposium on the topic in June.
"The fact they're not there is a bloody disgrace, it's an embarrassment, and they should not be entrusted with child health if they don't turn up to your event," he previously said on the video.
Coca-cola will still be offered at the Italian and Barbecoa restaurants alongside Karma Cola.