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. How lucky were we?
There are actions you can take to make your food delivery habit a little more green, from ditching single-use cutlery to storing leftovers with sustainable alternatives to plastic wrap.
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!
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.
True zero-waste travel is impossible. (And we won’t even start on how detrimental to the environment flying is!)
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?
For many, school is starting back up and – along with getting school supplies and navigating new schedules – that means it’s time to start packing school lunches again.
Have you ever considered what it takes to reduce your carbon footprint? With a little guidance, it’s not difficult to develop a routine that is better for the environment and can improve your health. Let’s start with eco friendly habits in the home relating to how you buy, cook and store your food.