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Waitrose & Partners Encourages Customers to Use Reusable Containers

Waitrose & Partners Encourages Customers to Use Reusable Containers

Customers shopping at Waitrose & Partners are being encouraged to bring reusable containers to take home products from the supermarket’s fresh service counters to help save plastic bags and containers. Shoppers at the supermarket have been able to bring their own clean, lidded reusable containers to take home their fresh cheese, meat and fish rather […]

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Giki v8

Giki: The App That Helps You Understand The Impacts Behind The Products You Buy

Are your ethics getting in the way of your shopping? Trying to buy more sustainable and ethical products can be a minefield. Enter Giki … a new app to help us understand the impacts behind the products we buy. Giki is a social enterprise with a clear social and environmental mission. The app was launched […]

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How To Have The Perfect Flexitarian Christmas

How To Have The Perfect Flexitarian Christmas

Our Christmas dinner has changed since I first started the Flexitarian blog. A far cry from the meat feast we had only five years ago, this year again we will be having a flexitarian Christmas. In many ways, there is no other time of the year that epitomises better the philosophy of eating less meat […]

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Plastic Waste Tesco

Fed Up With Plastic Waste? You Can Now Bring Your Own Containers To Tesco’s Fresh Counters + Get Paid To Recycle Plastic Bottles

Plastic pollution and plastic waste is a massive problem which requires everyone to make an effort to use less plastic. As highlighted in documentaries such as Blue Planet II and Drowning in Plastic, the situation is critical. Plastic waste is not only endangering our oceans, beaches, fish, wildlife but also our own health as we […]

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Waitrose & Partners Commits To Removing 134m Plastic Bags l

Waitrose & Partners Commits To Removing 134m Plastic Bags

Waitrose & Partners has announced that it has committed to removing loose fruit and vegetable plastic bags by spring 2019 and 5p single use plastic carrier bags by March next year in all shops. The move will save 134 million plastic bags, the equivalent of 500 tonnes of plastic a year. The retailer will become […]

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Go! Organic Festival

GO! Organic Festival

Organic September is just a few days away. Do you fancy trying out the latest organic products out there? Join me in Battersea Park, London on 8-9 September, for GO! Organic Festival and get up close and personal with some of the best-known certified organic brands as well as emerging start-ups and specialty producers. From […]

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World Environment Day 2018

World Environment Day: 10 Tips To Ditch The Plastic In Your Life

Once thought of as a versatile and cheap material ideally suited to modern convenience, plastic has now become an environmental plague. Can you help beat plastic pollution this World Environment Day? Over the years our addiction to plastic has become such that you can find it everywhere, from single use shopping bags to the polyester […]

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#FeedYourHappy Organic Christmas 2017

#FeedYourHappy This Festive Season – Embrace Organic

With less than four weeks to go, the festive season is almost upon us. This year I am very glad to be supporting the #FeedYourHappy #OrganicChristmas Campaign. If you are a regular reader then you will know that I am firm believer that choosing organic food is very important to health, the environment and animal […]

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The Darwin Challenge

The Darwin Challenge : The App To Help You Eat Less Meat

  Would you like to see the difference your meat free days are having on your health and the planet? The Darwin Challenge app is there to help anyone see how much of an impact their flexitarian diet has, whether they go meat free for one day or more a week. The Darwin Challenge has […]

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why organic makes me happy

Why Organic Makes Me Happy

Each year as we come to celebrate #OrganicSeptember I reiterate my commitment to buying organic. I believe it is not only the best choice for my family’s health but also the best for the environment and animal welfare. Food has an important place in my heart and sharing a meal with my family and friends […]

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