Let’s look at some practical ways to reduce waste when you go out to eat.
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.
The time has come for edible cutlery, and one Indian company is making it happen deliciously.
When we talk about a healthy kitchen, we talk a lot about choosing organic food and ditching toxic plastics. But what about the air in our kitchens? The kitchen can be one of the most polluted rooms in our home.
K-Cup recycling isn’t the solution to K-Cup waste. Learn why and try these alternatives to wasteful, single-use plastic.
Single-cup coffee is incredibly popular right now, but what happens to all of those single-use plastic pods? Does recycling K-cups make them less of an environmental problem?
A fast food chain in the Pacific Northwest is skipping the made-in-China plastic toys in favor of seed packets. Does that make them healthy and sustainable?
Are you trying to shop waste-free but aren’t sure what to do about produce and bulk items? Here are some alternatives to plastic produce bags!
Food packaging is an often unsung part of our food waste problem, but these grocery stores are trying to change that by changing the way we shop for food.
Getting the plastic out of your kitchen can be tough, right? It’s expensive to replace all of your plastic with glass. And glass containers take a lot more space to store than plastic baggies. That’s where a plastic-free food wrap comes in handy. These wraps are water-resistant, and fold to store easily. The best part? You can make them yourself, even if you have no sewing skills at all.
What do you think about Trader Joe’s? Does your town have one? Do you shop there? I’d love to hear your experiences!