Posted on May 27, 2019
‘During a dive to the bottom of the Mariana Trench that purportedly reached 35,849 feet, Dallas businessman Victor Vescovo claims to have found a plastic bag. And it’s not even the first time: It’s the third time plastic has been documented in the deepest explored part of the ocean.’ 15/5/19
Whilst this may seem overwhelming we can do our bit to help solve this worldwide problem.
So what small thing can we do to help save our planet? Here is a suggestion!
‘Nude Food’ is a popular term in schools and preschools. But what exactly is ‘Nude Food’?
Simply put, it’s food without excess packaging. Usually, this means food that is not processed, often making it a healthier and more environmentally friendly option.
- A sandwich in a reusable container
- A sectioned lunch box with snacks in compartments
- Yoghurt in a reusable container
- Muesli bars and snack in reusable containers and wraps
- Berries in a reusable container
Why Nude Food?
Each year in SA, families of primary school aged children spend more than $3.5 million on individually packaged items, collectively throwing away over 1.5 million yoghurt suckers, 3 million small tubs and 11 million zip-lock bags—that’s enough zip-lock bags laid flat to reach from Adelaide to Ceduna and back!