No more plastic wraps!
This is a beeswax wrap we found in Stockholm for food storage. The manufacturer uses left over materials from local producers and with the beeswax creates these natural alternatives.
Plastic wraps are used more commonly; even in Japan, including our household. However, a little research will show that reusable wraps have been traditionally used in many parts of the world and are easy to use! When the beeswax wrap get dirty, just clean with water, dry it and voila! Use it over and over again. It's useful for storage of vegetables, fruits, bread, cheese, leftovers as well as wrapping sandwiches and dough (bread dough for example). It keeps food fresher longer, it's reusable and compostable. Why not try them out?
[WORLD NEWS] プラスチック鉢のリサイクルシステム | Plastic pots recycling scheme
Plantagen is a store operated throughout the Nordic region where customers can fill their homes and gardens with plants, furniture and tools. To protect the environment, Plantagen encourages customers to return their pots. In return, customers will receive a new plant!
[WORLD NEWS] Reusable cups mandatory in stadiums
The new requirements from the Packaging Act have been in force since January 1, 2023 in Germany. They oblige companies such as restaurants, canteens, supermarkets or cafes that sell takeaway food and drinks to also offer their products in reusable packaging. Big changes are also taking place in German soccer stadiums!
Family Festival @ International School of the Sacred Heart
Family Festival at the International School of the Sacred Heart is back after a few years of hiatus! The school is co-founder Yu-Ching’s alma mater and we’re excited that Borderless Creations will have a booth at the shopping bazaar!