We are told we should reduce reuse and recycle to reduce our waste but recycling is not always as efficient as it seems. Buying eco friendly, reusable household products is the best solution.
As a child, my Mum used to bake fresh wholewheat bread for us every week. Loaves for toast in the morning and rolls to take to school in our packed lunches.
Hexawash, our popular all-natural laundry detergent alternative was developed during lockdown 2020 – proof that some good things have emerged from these very testing times! It uses magnesium, not harsh chemicals to clean clothes.
When preparing kids lunches , you want to be sure that your food storage container is just as healthy as the food you are sending your kids to school with.
Since the unwelcome arrival of COVID-19, SuperBee seamstresses, like Khun Tan, have been industriously sewing hundreds of SuperBee facemasks
It's common knowledge that harsh chemicals in laundry detergent are bad for our health and harmful for the environment, particularly when they leach into our waterways.
One of the most common questions we get asked about using eco-friendly beeswax wraps instead of disposable plastic wrap or bags is: how do you wash beeswax wraps?
Wondering how to use wax wraps? SuperBee reusable beeswax wraps are a great way to cut down on waste in the kitchen…but replacing your plastic wrap with this eco-friendly option is just the start!