Just like the world’s oceans, the youth of the world are rising. On March 15th, 2019, Edmonton will be participating in the Global Climate Strike. What is Climate Strike? The original Climate Strike started in 2015 (and possibly earlier) but the latest movement was inspired by a young Swedish girl named, Greta Thundberg. You can watch […]
We vote every day with our dollars of the kind of world we want. A significant portion of our Boreal forests is cut down to make toilet paper to be flushed down the toilet. There is a better option. You can choose toilet paper that uses recycled fiber content. This supports our recycling efforts and reduces the pressure on forests.
Climate Change is the common denominator for all life on earth. It is impacting everyone already. The time to take positive and effective action is NOW. Here are my suggestions for New Year’s Resolutions for a Green Future.
In an effort to encourage people to reduce the amount of packaging they consume in their daily lives we are launching our Wasteless Wednesday campaign. Find out how you can participate in #WastelessWednesday
Palm oil is an ingredient that some people wish to avoid. Not because it is something that may increase their estrogen levels, they are allergic to it, or some other medical reason. No – it is an ethical choice – like choosing Fair Trade chocolate or coffee.
The majority of our customers bring in their own reusable bags but there are times when they forget or purchase more than they planned. At times like this we have reusable cardboard boxes for people to use and as part of our Plastic-Free July, we are going to launch the much delayed Take a Bag Leave a Bag program.
As part of our Plastic-Free July campaign, we will have a special discount day in July called Refill Tuesday. Come and refill your liquid products on our Refill Tuesday and get 10% OFF. This is only for liquid products.
Plastic-free July. Get 1$ loyalty reward point for each bag/container you use/refill. We want to encourage you to reuse/refill for the month of July and for it to become a long-term habit.
Here are some of my tips on reducing your plastic footprint and start on your way to be a zero-waste shopper.
We love that people are embracing the concept of refilling their own containers – Refill Don’t Landfill! In the past, we have accepted extra donated containers and bags from people. Unfortuantely, this has got a little out of hand so we have to put in some measures to control the flood of containers and bags.