As South Australia introduces the potential ban on plastic straws and cutlery, it’s an ideal time to make some sustainable switches. However, sometimes it’s a bit tricky to find high quality, yet affordable eco-friendly products.
Luckily, an online eco-friendly products store, Little Seed & Co. has just launched online, making it easier for those scouring the market for sustainable products that don’t harm the environment.
Little Seed & Co. was founded in 2018 by an Australian mother, Sarah Batzavalis, who was struggling to find eco-friendly products that were affordable for her family. With a focus on ethical sourcing, Little Seed & Co. have gathered a range of goods, such as products for the kitchen, bathroom and beauty, including bamboo toothbrushes, shampoo bars, corn straw dental floss, sustainable cleaning brushes, collapsible coffee cups, silicone zip lock bags, and silicone food wraps.
Since launching their online store, Little Seed & Co. have even more products to offer, such as metal safety shavers and reusable shopping bags, which are soon on their way.
Little Seed & Co.’s philosophy is that everyone should be able to live a sustainable and eco-friendly life without breaking the bank. These small friendly switches collectively create a greater impact on the environment.
Tassie's biggest little festival, Party In The Paddock, is set to return for year from February 6-8 next year; dropping a huuuuge lineup, thus marking 2020 this fab festy’s 8th year.
They’ve done it again, bringing an eclectic mix that has truly got us watering at the mouth.
In taking her socks off to dance on stage, it really was like we in her bedroom, singing without a care in the world. If Haley had us slow moving, Angie had us outright dancing.
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Running since 2006, Oxjam is a global night of gigs. Entertaining some one million punters, Oxjam Adelaide is embracing local live music and engaging with all of us about one of their projects. This year, the focus is on food and climate.
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