Slow and Sustainable Fashion

From forced labor tales to stories of monstrous levels of carbon emissions, fashion’s struggle with sustainability is well known.

❌“93% of surveyed brands aren’t paying garment workers a living wage and 80% of garment workers are women. They are routinely paid less than their male counterparts. Gender inequality is deeply rooted in the industry’s power imbalance, and gendered pay has a direct link to verbal, physical and sexual assault.”* *FashionChecker

There are good points though!😅

  • The sustainable fashion sector is providing a key part of the solution to fashion’s sustainable struggles and is working to create a kinder fashion industry.
  • Gen Z is the most willing of any generation to pay more for sustainable products
  • The pandemic also increased our desire to shop sustainably.

😎Sooo…let’s take a look at some tips for “slow fashion on a budget”:

  1. Care for your existing pieces
  2. Be pick and save up for quality clothing
  3. Shop secondhand and vintage
  4. Buy directly from creators
  5. Avoid trends by knowing your personal style.

12 May

Food Waste

👉🏽Consumers are engaging with food and nutrition like never before and we investigated important words strictly related to the “food” word (just scroll the feed and find out our late post).

The environmental impact of food production and food waste is growing fast and all the world knows that if we want to win the battle against climate change we need to review our habits even in terms of food production and consumption. 

🤗As consumers, we can take our part in this challenge: 

  • becoming increasingly aware of the repercussions of our actions
  • placing pressure on retailers and brands to adopt more environmentally sustainable solutions
  • reducing food waste investigating different ways in which we can consume the same ingredient (food derivatives).

🕵🏼Discovering is always a beautiful journey…even more when we are talking about FOOD!

7 April

Food and Nutrition

📢 Quiz Recap 📢

Today we have a super colorful topic: Eating the Rainbow!

🌈 Did you know the rainbow could help you with your diet? 🌈

Starting from the basic rainbow’s colors such as red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet and mixing vegetables and fruit of different colors in our diet, we can increase the range of vitamins and minerals we consume.

Some examples? 👀

  • Red may help reduce sun-related skin damage
  • Green may help lower risk of cancer and heart disease
  • Violet support athletic performance increasing oxygen and may help lower the risk of blood pressure

💡Make your next groceries shop funny and health💡

27 March

Food Industry

🌱 Today we will make a deep dive into the food industry 🌱

🤔 Why is this topic important to us?

Food is one of the basic needs for humans but sometimes we are not enough aware about its impact and how we can control it!

🔢 Some numbers:

  • The food market worldwide is projected to grow by 6.21% (2023-2027)* 
  • Over 30% of food is lost or wasted each year**
  • 40% of produce food waste occurs due to “cosmetic standards”**

*Statista **Mckinsey

Being aware about our diet habits will help with climate change and water consumption!

👀 Let’s have a look at what we put on our groceries basket 👀

24 February


4 quizzes, 4 juicy topics…Let’s recap!

🌱 We talked about sustainability and we got the call to action: ACT fast, together and NOW!

Humans are dramatically increasing consumption and pollution compromising the safety of the next generations.

Is there something we can do? DEFINITELY:

Be aware: small actions can have a huge impact! Don’t lose the chance and ask yourself “How can I help?”

Be careful: reduce, reuse, recycle and…what about food? EAT SEASONAL!

Be first in line: we can learn from each other…let’s share best practices and news!

27 January

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