Win a Sustainable Bundle with 1 Bamboo Cutlery pack + 1 pack with a Straw set by The Other Straw

Win a Sustainable Bundle with 1 Bamboo Cutlery pack + 1 pack with a Straw set by The Other Straw

Reusable bamboo cutlery is a great alternative to disposable cutlery. The Other Straw sells ethically handmade bamboo cutlery sets which include a bamboo fork, knife, spoon and cutlery bag.

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Their bamboo cutlery set is easy to carry around and stylish, your Valentine will never need disposable plastic cutlery again!

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The truth is plastic straws are no longer an option in your lives. They take thousands of years to break down and as not recycle product, they pollute oceans and causes an immense impact in our environment.

ORIGINAL BAMBOO STRAWS 2 PACK-2

Giveaway Time!

It’s your chance now to win this amazing Sustainable Bundle with 1 Bamboo Cutlery pack + 1 pack Straw set by The Other Straw. All you need to do is joining the Gleam competition below. Good Luck!

Sustainable Bundle with 1 Bamboo Cutlery pack + 1 pack Straw set

Terms and Conditions

  • The closing date is June 13th.
  • There is one (1) prize. The winner will take the products as described above. No cash alternative!
  • Follow the rules to win the prize.
  • This competition is open to residents of the UK only
  • All entries will be verified.
  • The winners will be chosen at random using the widget
  • The winners will be notified and contacted by me once the giveaway is finished.

 

Simone Ribeiro
I'm a Brazilian journalist based in West Midlands. In Brazil, I have worked with International Trade and Logistics publications.

Now in the UK, I keep writing and I dedicate myself to a new project : Midlands Trade - a blog focused on business in Europe and Brazil. It's also supporting small businesses throughout the #MeetTheBusiness.

I'm a Brazilian journalist based in West Midlands. In Brazil, I have worked with International Trade and Logistics publications. Now in the UK, I keep writing and I dedicate myself to a new project : Midlands Trade - a blog focused on business in Europe and Brazil. It's also supporting small businesses throughout the #MeetTheBusiness.

15 Comments

  1. Perhaps a small achievement but I bought a metal water bottle that I use everywhere instead of plastic water bottles. I’m currently trying the ‘no-poo’ method, so will be getting rid of shampoo and conditioner plastic bottles soon too!

  2. I use a metal refillable bottle everyday, at the moment I’m using it for cold drinks, but I’ve tried it with hot drinks for the cold months and it’s amazing!

  3. I switched a bunch of my health and home products – I now use a shampoo/conitioner bar rather than bottles, a washing up bar, soapnuts for my laundry, bamboo toothbrush, toothbrush tablets etc

  4. i no lomnger bbuy shampoo in bottles and have switched to solid bars

  5. I have used a refillable coffee cup on journeys for many years, and used a refillable water bottle for at least 5 years. I never got into using shower gel and stuck with solid soap. Once my current stock of liquid shampoo and conditioner run out, I plan to start using solid versions instead.

  6. Riding my home of disposable wipes – bamboo all the way now

  7. I plan to make reuseable cosmetic wipes so I can stop using disposable wipes.

  8. I’ve been buying lots of plastic alternative products and packaging

  9. Same as others: lots of small steps such as banishing plastic bags and plastic bottles. Perhaps my best achievement is finding ways to use food that previously I would have disposed of. Broccoli and cauli stalks plus thick carrot peelings make a surprisingly good soup.

  10. Switching to soap bars. Especially shampoo and conditioner bars. They are amazing and no plastic waste.

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