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5 Ways to Reduce Your Easter Wastage in 2022

5 Ways to Reduce Your Easter Wastage in 2022

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Covid’s Impact on Single Use Plastic - Time to Take Action!

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  • The Guide to Sustainable Gift Giving

    November 18 2021 – Wendy Oliver

    The Guide to Sustainable Gift Giving

    Christmas is here again and it is time to start buying Christmas presents, which if you’re anything like me is fun but hard to choose that perfect gift! After noticing how much rubbish was created over Christmas last year I did a bit of digging and came across a study that found that we throw away 25% more rubbish between...

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  • Honeywrap and Forest & Bird Partnership!

    November 10 2021 – Wendy Oliver

    Honeywrap and Forest & Bird Partnership!

    Honeywrap is thrilled to be partnering with Forest & Bird for the fourth Year in a row! Honeywrap is passionate about reducing the amount of plastic on our planet – our amazing beeswax wraps are a sustainable, natural, reusable alternative to plastic for food storage. They are made in new Zealand from certified organic cotton and natural ingredients. Simply WRAP,...

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  • 8 Easy Ways To Ditch Plastic From Your Life

    October 27 2021 – Honeywrap Team

    8 Easy Ways To Ditch Plastic From Your Life

    Travelling during my last holidays made me realised how much plastic waste us kiwis make. So, upon my return I decided to change some of my habits towards a more sustainable lifestyle. Of course, it does not mean that I have eliminated ALL the plastic from my life as that sounds a bit terrifying. However, by taking little steps I...

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  • Wrap up with Project Jonah

    August 26 2020 – Colleen Ceronio

    Wrap up with Project Jonah

    It has been a privilege to work with Daren and Louisa from Project Jonah to raise money to help such a worthwhile cause. Project Jonah is an awesome organisation responding to whale and dolphin strandings in New Zealand. As well as raising the profile of the plight of New Zealand marine animals and the need to educate people on what...

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