Apr 27, 2019 • #Eco-Friendly Inspiration #Green Travel #plastic-free #sustainable living #zero-waste
Time to clean up our laundry routines. Refresh your wardrobe and reduce plastic and toxins with these simple steps. With regular chores like laundry, bad habits die hard. Everything from water temperature to frequency of washing breaks down garments faster than we realize.
Here are some of our top ECOlunchbox customer service queries! Are ECOlunchboxes with the silicone lids heat safe/oven safe? - Jared, Canada Yes, our Blue Water Bento line made from steel with the silicone lids is oven safe up to medium-high heat, about 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Stainless steel conducts heat,...
When it comes to lunch duties, do you have a lot on your plate? You have to remember which kids detest which foods and ensure the salad doesn’t ‘touch’ the sandwich, all while trying to encourage healthy eating. Does this sound familiar?
Bioplastics cannot save us. The best strategy for cleaning up our planet is saying goodbye to single-use plastic products! Ready to have your eyes opened when it comes to bioplastics? 5 Gyres tackles the promises of bioplastic technology in their annual report and comes to one startling conclusion: bioplastics simply aren’t what they’re cracked up to be.
Ditch the gluten and whip up these wonderful sandwiches bursting with flavor and full of nutrients. Home cooking has never been more exciting, more healthy, and more accessible. Even with all the recipes available on our smartphones, sometimes we can fall into a lunch rut or unhealthy habits.
ECOlunchbox has put together a simple list of three steps to minimal living. Living with less cleans up your life and the planet at the same time. As fashion designer Vivienne Westwood said, "Buy Less, Choose Well." Westwood was referring to purchasing a well-made coat rather than shopping at fast-fashion...
Our ingenuity is now backed up with advances in science and engineering along with some classic outside of the box thinking. The phrase “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” has never been more relevant. Everything from fungi to prawn shells and palm leaves is being turned into biodegradable packaging.