We have specifically listed packaging that is at-home compostable and also meal-plan membership programs that provide re-usable containers.
Food scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have made an antibacterial gel bandage using the discarded husks of durian.
It is estimated that if food waste was a country, it would be the third highest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world (after the US and China).
Last month a new Facebook group was created that enables people to donate and repurpose recyclables and consumables to help reduce waste! You can donate your recycling or any unwanted goods for people to collect for free.
We need to talk about the word ‘plant-based’ and how it is used here in Asia. We have been wanting to broach this topic for a while, but our ‘plant-based’ experience at Starbucks here in Bangkok today, has forced this topic into the spotlight.
It’s not often that a corporate responsibility & sustainability report makes us (or anyone in the entire world) smile. But this one, did not only that, it also filled us with hope, showing us that big corporations around the world are really beginning to take our future seriously. Dole seems to be planting seeds of both banana trees and sustainability. They are dropping down roots for the future.
When the Coronavirus first hit our news screens, many people became reluctant to use their reusable containers, coffee cups and shopping bags, for fears of spreading the virus.
Winners of The Plant-Based Food Awards, Thailand 2020
By showcasing the best of the best, we hope to introduce delicious and sustainable plant-based food to everyone!
Many people around the world believe that the BLM movement has nothing to do with them and that it’s just not their fight. But fighting against inequality for anyone, is fighting for a sustainable world for everyone.
Thailand's first food rescue app is set to launch on July 1st, connecting Bangkok restaurants and cafes’ surplus food to consumers at a discounted price. Reducing Thailand’s food waste and its carbon footprint, one meal at a time!
It’s that time of year again, when that pungent, but the delicious smell can be found on almost every street corner. If you are like me, then you are now probably daydreaming about those creamy, juicy, sweet little lobes of wonder that you find inside the spiky exterior. But, if you haven’t yet fallen for durian, then you are probably starting to feel a little nauseous after the mention of this intrusively stinky fruit.