Too Good To Go – an app to reduce food waste

Too Good To Go - logo for the company and app that combats food waste.

Too Good To Go is an app that allows you to buy heavily-discounted mystery bags of food that would have otherwise been wasted. Here’s more about Too Good To Go, a certified B-Corporation, and food waste in general.

Ethical review of the Grocery Outlet

Ethical Review of the Grocery Outlet. Items purchased recently, including plant-based milk from Oatley, Ripple, and Hope & Sesame; marcona almonds and spouted pumpkin seeds, vegan mozzarella and cheese spread from Miyoko's, and chocolate from Tony's Chocolonely and OCHO.

The Grocery Outlet is a supermarket based mainly on the west coast of the US that specializes in food and wine bargains. It started off in San Francisco when, back in 1946, James Read sold food at a discount that he had purchased from government surplus supplies. The idea is still the same – the … Continue reading Ethical review of the Grocery Outlet

Starbucks Social and Environmental Impact – Poll Results

Helloooo! Last month I took a look at the social and environmental impact of Starbucks and included a poll for you to chime in. Thank you for taking the time to vote; here are the results so far: Average rating for Starbucks social and environmental impact: 2.3 Green Stars. (Even if you were to ignore … Continue reading Starbucks Social and Environmental Impact – Poll Results