I think what you are after is a consumer-focused ETFs. They track consumer sectors within an index. Problem with actively managed funds is that its allocation may change so Lindsell Train may decide one day to change its holdings away from consumer stocks.
And some consumer brands are also in tech sector as well such as Visa or Apple. They are classified as information technology sector companies instead of consumer staples or consumer discretionary.
Rather than telling you what specific funds are there, which may constitute as advice, you may want to spend some time in these three places Simply wall st, Genuine Impact and ETFdb. They will give you enough of what you are after.
Genuine Impact has 2 filters called Consumer ETFs and Tech ETFs. They will give you all the funds that track the consumer and tech sectors. It is an app and free to start using but you have to pay for it after a trial period.
Simply wall st has some stock filters one of which is consumer stocks. If you want to go after a specific company, you can use that as a way to start.
I came across ETFdb recently and it has some filters to get you funds that track specific sectors or themes. Just google the name.
No one is perfect so I’d use all 3 to help your research.