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We all know that waste is a big problem worldwide, but things become very real when it starts hitting home. The provincial Environmental Affairs Department has recently warned that many landfill sites across the Western Cape are starting to reach full

PLA has become the popular alternative to everyday packaging items like clear cups and containers – and for good reasons! Producing PLA uses 68% less energy, it’s biodegradable and compostable and it’s made from renewable plant starches such as corn, beets

We all probably know by now that processed food is really bad for you!  Maybe even lethal in the long run.  But do you know the names of those pesky perpetrators and do you realize they may be hiding in

Straws have been a hot topic in recent months.  As more and more people become aware of the devastating consequences that plastic straws have on the environment, especially marine life, there’s been a global call to ban plastic straws altogether. As

It’s no secret that Day Zero is almost upon us.  As panic stricken Capetonians take to the stores to buy every last drop of water, start your preparation early to save yourself future hassles! We have put together a printable checklist

With another year always comes another trend.  When it comes to the fast paced food industry, it’s difficult to keep up! This year has seen over-the-top extravagant milkshakes (trust me, you HAVE to see it), activated-charcoal everything and fermented foods amongst

With the coffee industry constantly evolving, no one has to be satisfied with just an average cup of Joe! While the favorites, Americano, Cappuccino and Latte’s will probably remain the popular choice, it’s always exciting to try a new coffee trend. According

It’s 10 AM.  You’re at work staring at your computer screen and wishing the day over already.  You find every excuse not to tackle that to-do list glaring at you and promptly start browsing Facebook, checking your phone or maybe

We knew it was coming and now it’s official; level 6 water restrictions will be implemented from 1 January 2018 in Cape Town. The City of Cape Town placed the notice in the government gazette on 1 December.  For your convenience,