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We’re having a blowout SALE from May 10 – 31, 2016. Planning a zero-waste, sustainable event? Selling food at a farmers’ market this summer? Using compostable take-out containers at your cafe or restaurant? We have good news for you! Get up to 50% off … Continue reading
As green conscious consumers, you look for claims and certifications that will help you make informed decisions about your purchases. But in order to make the right choice, you need to understand the implications of these labels. David Suzuki’s Queen … Continue reading
What: From Farms to Forks 2 About: An event by Growing Chefs! to promote local and sustainable food by pairing top Vancouver restaurant chefs with local produce growers. Ticket holders will be able to sample creations by these chefs with … Continue reading
Grocery Store Wars. Have you ever wondered what shopping for organic produce would be like with the lens of Star Wars? Well, wonder no more! A cute video by setting Star Wars in the grocery market with an important call … Continue reading
The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) of Taiwan has invented a re-writable e-paper product called the i2R e-paper. This e-paper requires heat to transfer images and text to the surface and can be erased by inserting the e-paper into a … Continue reading
Earlier today, Dow Chemical and Mitsui announced that they are forming a new joint venture to produce sugarcane-sourced ethanol and eventually biopolymers to serve packaging, hygiene and medical markets. Read the full press release here. Tweet