The choices we make today are vital for a secure future of food. Whether you're a business, farmer, government representative or simply someone that's willing to make a change, you can take action for #ZeroHunger!
When most people update their wardrobe for spring, it usually means making new purchases. For us, refreshing your wardrobe means going through what you already have. Try donating, selling, or giving away the clothes you don’t want anymore and shop secondhand. It’s time to shift gears and start thinking about your wardrobe differently.
Zero waste is not limited to the inside of our homes! Don't forget to consider your outdoors and what you can do in our garden to reduce or eliminate waste too. We have compiled a list of tips for growing a zero waste green space you can enjoy!
School's back! And with #PlasticFreeJuly in effect, you're probably thinking about how you're gonna pack your child's (or your own) lunches! It's so exciting for us to say that we have the tools you'll need for your Zero-Waste Lunch Kit and some zero-waste lunch ideas too!
It's Plastic Free July! We've compiled 10 tips to take this plastic-free, minimal waste momentum to the next level. We encourage our followers to start small, take your time and build on your good habits one-by-one.
After talking about buying in bulk last week, you have probably wondered how you're gonna store all the package-less food in your pantry! Don't worry, we got you covered! We've rounded up some tips on how to organise your pantry using glass jars!
Purchasing your food in bulk is not just great for you, it's also great for the environment. Plus, it's easier to do now than before. Take a look at these reasons below and try shopping in bulk as much as you can, we think you will enjoy it too!
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