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reusable produce bags for less waste

Reduce your plastic waste with these simple swaps

 Did you know that every year one third of all food that is produced worldwide is wasted, costing our global economy approximately $940 billion. Well, did you also know that as a household you can reduce your contribution to food waste, and have a greener, more positive impact on the environment...
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It’s World Refill Day!

Have you tried zero waste shopping?  Thankfully we now have more shops popping up which have refilling stations. Bringing your own containers, bags, jars and bottles to fill up in store is a brilliant way to cut down on waste.  It may take a little change in routine, but the benefits are huge.Ma...
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5 Changes You Can Make at Home to Reduce Your Use of Plastic

Sometimes it's the small changes we make that can make a collective difference. Avoid plastic water bottles. Billions of plastic bottles are produced every year and unfortunately only about 20 percent of those bottles get recycled. Why is this such a bad thing? Because plastic never really di...
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5 Reasons to use Beeswax Food Wraps

  1. They eradicate the need for the cling film! Meaning you can cover and wrap your food without any plastic waste. 2. They are reusable. Unlike film and foil, they can be used time and time again. Simply rinse and clean with cool water and a bit of dish soap and hang to try. 3. Antibacterial o...
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3 Reasons to go 'reusable' when buying fruit & veg

There has been a big shift in recent years to bringing our own ‘bags for life’ to collect our groceries. This is positive, but why not take it one step further and bring reusable bags for your fruit and veggies. Here’s our top 3 reasons to go 'reusable' when picking your fruit & veg: ...