Next time you pick up a glass of your favorite drink; be it coffee, wine or a glass of milk; it's easy to make a sustainable choice
Working directly with both local coffee farms and cooperatives, they source their beans sustainably to ensure top quality. 1% of profits goes to Charity:Water
Three Avocados is a non-profit coffee company. 100% of their net proceeds provide clean drinking water throughout the world. Their coffee is grown in Uganda and Nicaragua, by small farmers.
Fair Trade, Organic Coffee grown with the farmers, environment and health in mind. Each bag comes with a QR Code that tells people exactly which co-op the beans came from.
Through Bob Marley’s respect for nature and humanity that helped guide his life, his legacy as a force for global good is carried on by his family and manifested in every cup of Marley Coffee. Their commitment includes, recyclable EcoCups, donating to the One Tree Platned organization & using Swiss Water for its caffeine-free products.
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Winc partners with independent winemakers and growers from around the world that practice sustainable farming and winemaking, allowing them to deliver greater quality and diversity.
Winc's subsidiary, Wonderful Wines specifically focuses on sustainability relating to packaging, bottling, cork & freight.
Fruit is sourced from SIP certified sustainable sources. Through their long-term commitments and direct involvement in these vineyards, they steer farming towards a simple, hands-off approach keeping both chemical (organic or otherwise) and water use to an absolute minimum. They were also the first solar powered winery in Paso Robles' Tin City, and have taken several steps beyond that to limit impact on our immediate environment. They also engage in sustainable packaging partners to provide the most responsible options available. From corks to capsules and lightweight glass, the packaging is completely recyclable and chosen to keep carbon footprint in check.
Frey employs organic and Biodynamic farming methods that encourage care for the soil, groundwater, and wildlife, promoting rich biodiversity in the vineyard. Ninety percent of their land is held as unspoiled natural habitat with a diverse mix of native plants and animals. As stewards of the land, they emphasize producing organic and Biodynamic wine of the highest quality while caring for planet and palate alike.
Check out this extremely helpful link from one our subscribers, Eliza from the Lakeville Nature Conservancy. It goes through What and How to Recycle: Plastics, Bottles, Cardboard and More!
Thank you Eliza!