How To Have An Eco-Friendly Halloween

How To Have An Eco-Friendly Halloween

Halloween is one of the most fun holidays of the year, but it's also one of the most expensive. It's also not a very environmentally-friendly holiday. 

If you want to have a more eco-friendly Halloween, here are some tips to cut down on waste (and save money in the process!)

Get some reusable shopping bags

High quality reusable bags can be used for just about everything. Passing out candy to five different Thors, giving them as a trick or treat bag to your children who are also dressed...

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3 Ways To Upcycle Your Old Reusable Tote Bag

3 Ways To Upcycle Your Old Reusable Tote Bag

The benefits of reusable bags are seemingly endless, but when a bag eventually tears or the handle breaks, your customers might be inclined to throw them away. 

That's when you can tell them to hold their horses! If you're worried about your customers trashing their old reusable bags, here are some ways you can recommend upcycling.  

Use it to grow vine fruits and veggies

This works better for use outside, but your custom tote bags can double as a vessel to grow your favorite...

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How To Throw A Sustainable Halloween Office Party

How To Throw A Sustainable Halloween Office Party

October 01, 2018

The holiday season is upon us, and one of the first events this fall is Halloween. This spooky holiday is the perfect opportunity to throw a party that your employees will love. Sustainability should be a top priority for your business at all times, and that includes party-throwing. Encourage everyone to come in work-appropriate costumes that they've gathered from their current wardrobe, and then incorporate these eco-friendly elements for a spookily sustainable Halloween party.

 

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5 Ways We Are Damaging The Environment Without Realizing It

5 Ways We Are Damaging The Environment Without Realizing It

September 24, 2018

Sometimes it's just easier to take the simplest route. Throwing out your plastic cup, tossing your cigarette butt on the ground. We all make mistakes now and then, but luckily, most of us realize what we're doing and strive to do better in the future. 

However, there are some ways we are damaging our environment without realizing it. Here are some ways you might be contributing to pollution every day. 

1. Plastic, plastic, and more plastic

Sure, we know that plastic food containers...

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Make The Switch: Why Your Store Needs Bulk Reusable Bags

Make The Switch: Why Your Store Needs Bulk Reusable Bags

September 17, 2018

Reusable bags have countless benefits for the consumer and the environment, but how do reusable grocery bags help your store thrive? 

Here are some of the major benefits for your store moving to bulk reusable bags. 

Free advertising

When your store opts for custom reusable bags, anywhere your customer goes, so will your store's name. Reusable bags are used for a number of activities, including Halloween bags, storage options, and your basic everyday bag. The versatile, sturdy nature...

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Everything You Need To Market Back To School Lunches

Everything You Need To Market Back To School Lunches

September 10, 2018

It's officially time to hit the books and go back to school. This is a great opportunity for tired parents to catch a break, but it's an even better marketing opportunity for your healthy snacks.

As parents struggle to come up with new and exciting ways to incorporate healthy food for their children's bagged lunch, here are some ways to display your lunchtime assets. 

Pair complementary foods

The best way to market healthy foods to families is to create displays with foods that go...

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Shocking Stats About the World's Plastic Consumption

Shocking Stats About the World's Plastic Consumption

August 06, 2018

Plastic is everywhere. From your toothbrush and computer to your cutlery and water bottle, we use so much plastic every day that it just seems like a natural part of life. Unfortunately, that makes it easy to become insensitive to the damage it is doing to our environment. 

Here are some facts about the world's plastic use that may make you think twice the next time you choose a plastic bag or container over a reusable bag or tote.

As of 2016, the world's plastic production totaled...

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How Your Business Can Profit on Reusable Wine Bags During the Holidays

How Your Business Can Profit on Reusable Wine Bags During the Holidays

July 09, 2018

Wine is the perfect gift for any occasion, but little thought goes into the perfect bag to present it. Reusable wine bags are the new perfect gift to incorporate into your business. The marketing benefits are endless: here are just a few. 

Seasonal Colors

No matter the occasion, a reusable, insulated wine bag makes the perfect gift for every season thanks to its versatility and practicality. In the summer, the a bright yellow reusable wine bag will keep white wines cool, giving the...

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How Reusable Bags Can Help Your Business Stand Out

How Reusable Bags Can Help Your Business Stand Out

June 25, 2018

While it can be hard to make your business stand out from the crowd, reusable shopping bags are a great way to give your business a competitive edge. Here are some of the benefits of reusable bags.

They’re eco-friendly

When traditional plastic bags can take up to 1,000 years to break down in a landfill, wholesale recycled shopping bags are repurposed to help you and your customers. By incorporating reusable grocery bags in your business, you’re telling your customers you care...

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5 Sustainability Issues the World Faces Today

5 Sustainability Issues the World Faces Today

June 11, 2018

As we already know, the earth is facing environmental changes and destruction due to human overconsumption. The consequences can be dire. For example, plastic grocery bags in a landfill can take upwards of 1,000 years to degrade. This is because they don't biodegrade, they photodegrade. Grocery bags break down into smaller toxic pieces and typically end up in the oceans causing dangerous bioaccumulation in the food chain. Still, we face more immediate problems from sustainability. Here are a...

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