Let’s look at some practical ways to reduce waste when you go out to eat.
Food packaging waste is one of my pet peeves. These are some DIY ways to reduce food packaging waste, like the amount of paper and plastic, that you bring home from the grocery store.
Cooking from scratch is healthier for us and produces less waste. Robyn shares a peek at her journey preparing from-scratch food for herself and her family.
Here’s how I fit zero waste groceries into my weekly routine.
I’m always ready to take on a new eco-challenge. Inspired by trash-free enthusiast Lauren Singer, this month I tried zero-waste grocery shopping, and it was awesome!
Beginning next year, you won’t see Styrofoam trays of veggies in grocery stores, thanks to an expanded San Francisco Styrofoam ban.
What if you could compost or even eat the packaging that your food came in? One brewery is making this a reality with its new edible six pack rings.
Shopping for bulk food can help save you money, reduce the need for single-use plastics, and allow you an unprecedented amount of kitchen fun!
The city of Fort Bragg, California has had an interesting response to the severe drought they’re experiencing: they’ve ordered restaurants to switch to disposable dishware.
We all know the Keurig K-Cup, a single-serving coffee brewing system. Awesome as they seem, there are several problems with your little brown coffee maker.
Zero waste grocery stores are popping up in France. Day By Day, a company whose mission is to make food shopping more environmentally responsible, has just opened its 4th zero waste market in Lille. The others are located in Versailles, Meudon-la-Forêt and Fontenay-le-Fleury.
The city of Phoenix is using the Super Bowl to launch a city-wide effort to reduce food waste.
Maybe this headline should read “New York Bans Styrofoam, Chemical Companies Freak Out.”