When we buy food and drinks at the supermarket, in shops or at farmers' markets we should always ask ourselves not only if they can be good for our health, but where they come from and what their ecological footprint is. To do this it is very important to read the labels that can provide us with a series of useful information.
To really eat in a sustainable way it is essential to reduce the consumption of meat or completely eliminate it from one's diet. Today the meat industry is one of the main responsible for polluting the earth.
A large part of the fruit and vegetables sold in supermarkets has been treated with pesticides, which are harmful to our bodies, and have serious consequences on the ecosystem. For this reason, the ideal would be to follow seasonality and choose (when possible) organic and zero kilometers products to favour small local producers instead of big brands.
The storage of food is also important. Many foods come packaged in plastic wrap, and many containers for refrigerated storage or take-out are plastic. Plastic releases toxic substances that are harmful to health, as well as becoming waste that 90% is not recycled.
We offer a wide choice of reusable eco-friendly bioplastic food and beverage containers for storage and take away.
Say No to plastics, Say Yes to Life, Earth Thanks!