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We predicted these 7 product trends would explode in popularity in 2019 — here’s a mid-year update of how the trends have fared, plus one ...
In every industry, companies are becoming more creative, sustainable, and smart about their products. Here are the retail trends to look out for in 2019.
I’ll never use plastic straws again after finding these metal ones that don’t change the taste of my drinks at all
There is a growing movement to eliminate the use of plastic straws, and these reusable straws can help you become part of the solution.
I bought these reusable paper towels after seeing them on ‘Shark Tank’ and they’ve helped me cut down on a ton of waste
These $10 reusable bamboo paper towels from "Shark Tank" clean my home better than regular paper towels, and they're more eco-friendly.
We went to Trader Joe’s and found 7 main reasons why so many people are obsessed with the quirky grocer
Trader Joe's boasts healthy products, low prices, and eco-friendly policies. We visited a store and found seven reasons that people love the chain.
Allbirds now makes socks from a new material called Trino, a mix of the Merino wool and eucalyptus tree materials found in its popular sneakers.
Patagonia just released a new line of its cult-favorite Black Hole bags made from a total of 10 million recycled plastic bottles (so far).
While Starbucks nixed the straw in favor of a criticized sippy cup, Trader Joe' was praised for cutting the plastic around garlic, reducing prices.
Singapore households waste S$342 million worth of food – or 68.4 million plates of nasi lemak – a year
A study has found that 342,000 tonnes of food is lost in Singapore even before it reaches consumers.
This London-based company makes bags and wallets out of decommissioned fire hoses and recycled leather from Burberry
Elvis & Kresse's Fire & Hide line uses reclaimed fire hoses and recycled leather from Burberry to make luxury handbags and accessories.
Shoes can be extremely wasteful to produce — this sneaker startup is helping to change industry standards by using 100% recycled materials
Nothing New is a sustainable sneaker brand using recycled materials to positively impact the planet and educate consumers. Here's what its shoes are like.