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At Honestly Good, we’re all about shopping with a conscience and we champion independent brands who are waving the flag for sustainable living. If you’re looking to partake in a bit of retail therapy, because frankly, it’s been a tough year and you deserve it, then here’s our sustainable shopping guide to help make your […]
If you’ve never used meetup.com, it’s a great site for finding inspiration for community events, that are often free of charge to attend. We scoured Meetup for the best ethical and sustainable meetup groups around the UK, and it turns out there are quite a few to choose from! Here’s the lowdown: 1. The […]
At Honestly Good, we’re huge composting fans! From banana peel, to avocado stones, to apple cores – all the food waste that comes from preparing our smoothies is either used to develop by-products (such as banana peel chutney), or taken to be composted at a nearby allotment. Shout-out to Will at our local allotment in […]
This week we interviewed a sustainability superstar – Georgina Wilson-Powell, who is the founder of Pebble Magazine. Honestly Good has proudly been part of two Pebble events so far (PebbleFest and PebbleFestive) and we’re huge fans of Pebble Magazine, and all of the eco-friendly inspiration it provides us with. Check out our interview below: […]
At Honestly Good, we appreciate all feedback – from the good, to the bad, and even the ugly. One common theme that has come up recently has been the use of plastic at our company. To dispel the myths and misconceptions, and to explain our actions in more depth, we decided to interview our founder, […]
Christmas is a time of year full of fun, frivolity, and let’s face it – overindulgence. However, there are plenty of things we can do to reduce our impact on the environment, and decrease the amount of waste from our festive gatherings. Here are our top 10 tips to reduce food waste this Christmas: 1) […]
Recycle Week is an annual campaign to raise awareness about the importance of recycling. The year’s theme is “Recycling. It’s in our own hands”, and there’s never been a more important time for us to take action. Did you know that an estimated 91% of plastic isn’t recycled? (source) Worse still, by 2050, the ocean […]