The company helps to counter one of Aotearoa’s major sources of food waste.
We’re sharing a list of plant-based alt-meat brands you can find easily in New Zealand supermarkets…
It is evident from the study that the two biggest shoe companies in New Zealand need to be more open about their efforts to safeguard both employees and the environment.
MyNoke’s earthworms – described as “nature’s little eco-warriors” – are producing fertiliser, and diverting organic waste from landfills.
Soluble cleaning tablets and hand soaps are 200 times smaller and 300 times lighter than the common liquid cleaners sold in supermarkets.
New Zealand supermarket chain Countdown has launched a range of collectible Bricks for the festive season – and once again this year, they are made from 100 per cent recycled plastic.
Real meat can be replaced with Impossible Beef on Domino’s Supreme, Godfather, Firebreather and Cheeseburger.
New research findings help highlight where to focus efforts to stem the tide of fishing pollution.
Brianne West, founder & CEO of Ethique, created Nous to provide mentoring, coaching, investment, and marketing support for environmentally and socially focused enterprises.
The brand has teamed up with material innovation company Natural Fiber Welding (NFW) to create Mirum – a “truly sustainable alternative leather” – which is made entirely of natural materials like rubber, plant oils, and agricultural by-products, such as rice hulls and citrus peels.
Creative Kiwis will have a chance to win one of three $499 family experience vouchers.
Half of ocean plastic pollution comes from some 4.5 million fishing vessels operating in national and international waters.
According to AWWA, it aims to eradicate period poverty while positively impacting the environment.
“This is a great opportunity for Kiwis to recycle toys that are broken and can’t be passed on or given away to others and know they’re going to be recycled and turned into something useful,” says The Warehouse exec.