Welcome to our blog pages where we aim to share our ideas and thoughts about reducing plastic in daily life and some facts and tips for using the foods that we sell.
Buying plastic-free fruit and vegetables doesn’t need to be boring!
All year round we offer the staples like potatoes, carrots and onions but we also stock more interesting, seasonal varieties, like rainbow carrots, Jersey royal potatoes and red cabbage.
As the BBC’s Blue Planet Live continues, the Realplasticfree.com team provides a summary about the secrets that lurk in the deep blue, and how human impact is changing the health of our oceans. We also highlight some of the novel technologies that have been featured and are helping our precious marine life.»
Two years since Blue Planet II, never has there been more attention focused on our marine wildlife. There has never been so much research into our oceans as is taking place right now. Now, a few fishy tales are being shared as the Realplasticfree.com team keenly watched to discover the marine stars of Blue Planet Live on Episode 1!»
After the success of Sir David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II, which explored life underwater in our vast oceans, the BBC is dedicating this week to Blue Planet Live, a short series of four episodes that further celebrate marine life and explore the health of our oceans.»
Grains are an excellent source of energy, a good source of fibre and provide the starch that should make up at least a third of our diets. Most people don’t eat enough starch. Wholegrains, as near to their original form as possible, slow down the digestion of starches. They help to prevent spikes in blood sugar levels.»