How much have your shopping habits changed in the past seven months? Social distancing, hygiene procedures and restrictions on handling products have transformed a leisurely browse in the shops into a not-so-pleasurable experience. Many of us have had to swap trips to our local independent retailers for online shopping. We might not be able to […]
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If, like many others, you are concerned about the future of our planet, then The Sustainable(ish) Living Guide: Everything You Need to Know to Make Small Changes That Make a Big Difference by Jen Gale might just be what you are looking for. Faced with so many headlines about climate change, plastic pollution, wildlife going […]
Giki App has just launched a new plant based badge to help people cut the environmental impact of their diet. Let’s face it, making more sustainable and ethical choices when shopping is not easy. Clever marketing and packaging are often misleading while product labels can be hard to read. I discovered Giki App last year […]
Why not try vegan this Veganuary and join an expected 350,000 others in going plant-based this January? Launched in 2014, Veganuary is focused on changing consumer behaviours and attitudes, while providing all the information and practical support required to make the transition to veganism as easy and as enjoyable as possible throughout the month. Last […]
Nestled in the heart of the New Forest, Careys Manor Hotel & SenSpa is the ideal place to enjoy a luxurious pampering weekend away. With plant-based menus available at each of its three restaurants, cruelty-free toiletries, and a 10 per cent discount for all guests travelling to the hotel without their car, it is bound […]
Following last year’s success of its first charity advent calendar, social enterprise Advent of Change is expanding its range to five beautiful charitable products: a standard charity advent calendar, a new premium charity advent calendar, a child-friendly charity advent calendar, an all-year-round wall charity calendar as well as a braille charity advent calendar. By the end […]
With many fruits and vegetables flown in from distant destinations and available all-year round, it is often confusing to know what is in season. And even when produce are in season in the UK, it is often imported from abroad anyway. Allowed to fully ripen before being harvested, seasonal food often has more taste and […]
Single-use plastic has become the plague of our time, polluting rivers, oceans and the environment. It has become such a danger to wildlife and sealife that it is believed that by 2050, there will be more plastic than fish in the planet’s oceans. Such is the extend of the problem that microplastics have been […]
Try just one meat-free meal for the health of our planet during World Meat Free Week between 17-23 June 2019 www.worldmeatfreeweek.com@Meat_Free_Week #WorldMeatFreeWeek Today June 17th, sees the beginning of World Meat Free Week 2019. This year’s campaign returns to put a spotlight on the importance of reducing our meat intake for the sake of our […]
Wake up to organic and grab a free breakfast tomorrow June 12th as 300 local cafes, delis, farm shops and independent stores around the country are opening their doors to spread the joy of organic food. The day is designed to promote enjoyment and awareness of eating food that not only tastes delicious, but is […]
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