15 Sustainable Kitchen Gifts
BY TEAM AVA
DECEMBER 20, 2019
Caring about the environment is so important to people. As we try to change our lifestyles to be more environmentally conscious, giving gifts during the holiday season can be difficult, especially if you want to find the appropriate eco-friendly ones. As brands become more eco-friendly, the AVA family decided to put together some must-have ethical kitchen gifts for this and any holiday season. All these products were chosen to help live as waste-free as possible.
1. Canvas Bag: Canadians used 15 million plastic bags every year. A cotton-tote shopping bag is a number one must have alternative. It is perfect to carry around since they can fold up and be stored in your purse or backpack. You can say no to the plastic bag and fill your own tote instead. Totes are durable, reusable and can be easily washed. They come in all sizes, shapes and designs. They are perfect for any occasion. Here’s one of my particular favourites of the Vancouver sky line. Vancouver Tote Bag
2. Mesh Grocery Bags: Were you ever that person who used to take single-use plastic produce bags for all your vegetables and fruits when shopping? At home you would be left with multiple plastic bags that you would have no use for again. Switching to mesh grocery bags are a wonderful alternative to plastic produce bags. Not only are they reusable but these organic cotton bags separate your fresh produce and keep your fridge organized. Organic Cotton Produce Bags
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Learn more about us, to discover why you should get growing with a smart indoor garden, how it helps save you money in an urban city, and makes your life better. Looking to start an indoor garden or bring up your productivity during WFH trying to find more ways to get sustainable at home and in the kitchen take a read of our blog.