We’ve given plastic the heave-ho for Plastic Free July, so we’ve found some better ways to bring lunch.
Airtight and available in 10 different sizes, perfect for soups and salads.
Putting water on a pedestal, this BPA free bottle supports communities in Nepal.
Snack time just got tastier.
A STIALL favourite, the perfect way to separate a lunch
Growing in popularity, the KeepCup encourages users to say no to take away coffee cups.
Non-toxic, BPA free and leak proof – suitable for hot or cold products.
Best for dry foods, perfect for vegetable and nuts.
These grease proof and waterproof bags are the perfect alternative to tin foil and cling film. A velcro seal and BPA free.
So why should we care about going plastic free?
- A lot of plastics can’t be broken down, meaning they are a permanent pollutant
- Much of the plastic waste ends up in waterways, where scientists predict there will be more plastic than fish by 2050
- We’re consuming BPA’s (Bisphenol A) that are present in our plastics and leaking into our food and drink. BPA’s are linked to a whole host of health issue, see here