Best Eco-Friendly Products of All-Time

The 100 Best Eco-Friendly Products to Help You Live More Sustainably

Celebrate our planet and the people who protect it with these 100 excellent eco products. 

It’s much easier to make the move to an eco-conscious lifestyle than you think. Recycling your plastics and composting at home is a great start. Here we show you a whole range of innovative products and devices that help you take the next steps. Many of the products prioritise reusable items over single-use ones. Others involve lifestyle tweaks that mean what you buy (and even how you buy it) can have a positive impact on the planet and the lives of the people who make what you purchase. 

Investing in a reusable water bottle may seem a small step to you, but it’s a giant step for sustainability. 

The 100 Best Eco Products of All-Time

Best Eco Products of All Time

1. Stasher Silicone Reusable Food Bag

This little silicone bag is a game-changer. No more single-use plastic baggies for your snacks and sandwiches that would, no doubt, end up in landfills and oceans. With a range of sizes from pocket-size to a half-gallon, you can bag up everything and anything from nuts to nut-roasts. Even better, the Stasher range can be used in the dishwasher, microwave, and freezer. 

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2. Wild and Stone Reusable Stainless Steel Straws 

4 billion straws are thrown away every year in the UK. These reusable rainbow steel straws offer an elegant alternative.  Easy to clean in the dishwasher or with the brush provided, the straws are made out of 18/8 stainless steel to ensure no metallic aftertaste. 

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3. Preserve Recycled and Recyclable Cutlery

Preserve Ocean Plastic Initiative (POPi) makes great products from plastic that was rescued from coastlines and waterways and was at risk of entering the ocean. As the Preserve website states, “We know that one razor or one toothbrush doesn’t solve the enormous problem of ocean plastic. But little steps count.” Take a little step today and use these Preserve reusable utensils at your next picnic, BBQ, or family gathering. 

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4. Panda Packaging Coconut Bowl

Come on. Your granola is going to taste better out of a 100% natural breakfast bowl made by hand from organic coconuts! Because the bowl is lightweight and durable, it’s also great for travelling. Panda Packaging is on a mission to repackage the world. Their products aim to empower individuals to move away from single use plastics by working with natural materials like coconut and bamboo. Enjoy your morning smoothie from this guilt free, zero-waste, sustainable, and reusable receptacle.

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5. Konk! Chopping and Serving Boards

Handmade in Bristol, UK, this ethical range of chopping and serving boards are made using offcuts of sustainably sourced European oak. Konk! Actually make furniture but can’t bear to waste a scrap. Sealed with a food safe mineral oil, these attractive boards are equally good for chopping or serving. Available as a set of three or individually. 

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6. Schlurple Chowie Lunchbox

The Chowie lunchbox is made from fully recyclable wheat fibre. Complete with fork and spoon, this reusable container is perfect for sustainable lunchtime meals, and sustainability. The rubber vacuum seal keeps food fresh and prevents any embarrassing leakages. Produced by a British eco-company with the best tagline ever – “Buy a Shlurple, save a turtle,” a percentage of every purchase will be donated to a turtle sanctuary.

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7. Will’s Vegan Shoes

Will’s Vegan Shoes was started in 2012 by Will Green. The high-quality products include classic pumps, sneakers, and everything in between. All of the materials used are 100% vegan, from the fabrics to the glue. They are all also ethically made Italy and Portugal under European Union employment, discrimination, and health and safety laws.

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8. Cult of Coquette 

Founder Bebe Roxana is a former boutique owner who after removing meat from her diet wanted to sell only cruelty-free fashion in her store. But the transition seemed tricky as she found such a lack of options in the space. In 2014, after moving to LA, she set out to create luxury heels without the cruelty. Her line, which is made almost exclusively of heels, is chic, unique and you will want every single pair in your closet. (Find more great vegan shoes here.)

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9. Veerah

Veerah started with one classic pump style, the Florence, that featured changeable accessory attachments to create multiple styles out of one shoe. They have now evolved to include multiple chic styles including their newly launched bootie. 

Not only is the brand cruelty-free, but they are also focused on sustainable materials using materials such as apple leather, recycled plastic and even algae.

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10. Bhava

Bhava was built out of a compassionate approach to design. The company believes this goes beyond just using alternatives to leather, but to also include the environment and working conditions in its factories. These pillars come through in all the products. Shoes that are thoughtfully designed with cruelty-free materials and are crafted by artisans in Spain.

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11. Beyond Skin

One of the oldest vegan shoe brands Beyond Skin was built “for those who care about where their fashion comes from and what it stands for.“ The company also has transparency and social responsibility at the forefront of its mission. 

Today, Beyond Skin has one of the largest offerings of exclusively cruelty-free shoes with more styles than we can count.  Everyone is sure to find something they love.

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12. Adidas Vegan Stan Smith Sneaker

Adidas has upped its sustainability game with a bold target – 90% of products will be sustainable by 2025? And what better way to lead the eco-charge, than in a pair of leather-free Stan Smiths? 

“The next step in our journey to help End Plastic Waste begins with reimagining the iconic white court sneaker,” the brand says on its website. “The forever platform represented a new approach to sustainable design and signaled a new era for the classic silhouette. The sneaker features a white Prime Green upper, a series of high-performance recycled materials, matched with a recycled rubber outsole.” Game, set and match to Adidas!

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13. Etiko’s Vegan Thongs

Etiko‘s Vegan Flip Flops aren’t just good for your feet. Made with Fair Trade natural and recycled rubber, 10% of proceeds going directly to Animals Australia. Plus, all footwear returned to the Australian company are recycled via their “Save Our Soles” program. If you love Etiko’s ethical flip-flops – and the designs will make you flip! – it’s definitely worth checking out its ethical fashion range for men, women, and kids too.

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14. Gap Gen Good High-Rise True Skinny Jeans 

These best-sellers are made with 13% recycled polyester and 10% post-consumer waste recycled cotton in a factory supported by the Gap Inc. P.A.C.E program. This empowers female garment workers through career and life skill education. Even the zipper tape is made with 100% post-consumer waste recycled polyester without rivets, making recycling easier. Even better, to counter the fact that a single pair of jeans uses an average of 1600 gallons of water throughout its full life cycle, 91% of Gap denim is part of its water-saving Washwell™ program. This denim wash saves at least 20% of water when compared to conventional wash methods.

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15. Patagonia Sustainable Outdoor Clothing

Patagonia is a leader in the sustainable fashion movement. With a range of innovative sustainable materials (including organic, natural fabrics and recycled synthetics), the company also has highly transparent supply chain and labor practices. Their range includes adventure gear, casual wear, and swimwear. Their mission is sustainability; “We’re in business to save our home planet. We aim to use the resources we have – our voice, our business and our community—to do something about our climate crisis.” 

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16. Sea2see Recycled Ocean Plastic Eyewear

Sea2see produces Italian-designed sunglasses from recycled marine plastic waste collected by thousands of Spanish fishermen. Collecting an average of one tonne of plastic waste every 2 days, 1 kilo of marine plastic waste goes into 1 pair of frames. Sported by celebrities such as Javier Bardem, Helena Christensen, and Antonio Banderas, we are still deciding between the “Chinook”, “Garbo” and “Shine.”

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17. Jelt Recycled Plastic Belts

What do you want from your belt, other than to stop your trousers falling down? Well, Jelt belts are functional, and socially impactful. Even better, they are super-stylish. Made from recycled plastic bottles. Jelt is a Certified B Corporation, Certified Women-Owned Business, and an active partner of “1% for the Planet.” 

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18. Blonde Gone Rogue

Discover fun streetwear and colourful body con dresses made from recycled clothing in a small factory in founder Denitsa’s hometown of Ruse, Bulgaria. Since the brand came into existence in 2017, it has created an ethical and transparent supply chain for its clothes made from up-cycled materials, offering high-quality, long-lasting, and sustainable designs. By partnering with Shopify and Pachama, the company has offset the carbon emissions from shipping orders with all proceeds from the Carbon/OFF campaign going to the Jari Pará REDD+ Avoided Unplanned Deforestation Project in the Amazon Rainforest.

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19. Ecoalf

This is the first fashion brand in Spain to receive B CorpTM, certification. ECOALF has a commitment to people and the planet. “We believe we have a mission that goes beyond just business. Fashion is one of the largest consumer goods industries in the world and the second most pollutant. I believe the time when fashion was just about looking good is over, ” explains Javier Goyeneche, founder and president. “During all these years we have worked hand in hand with all of our suppliers, using the most innovative technologies to develop more than 400 recycled fabrics with the same characteristics and quality as the best non recycled – but with a much lower environmental impact.” Focusing on stylish daywear for men, women, and kids with slogans such as ‘There is no Planet B”, Ecoalf is a Global Recycling Standard certified brand. 

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20. People Tree

Pioneers of Fair Trade sustainable fashion, People Tree’s exclusive V&A prints create stylish, innovative, and affordable fashion. Through close partnerships, the company works to the highest Fair Trade standards on projects to support their producers. This includes hand skills training, the development of natural and low-impact dyes, and organic cotton farming. Adhering to certifications such as GOTS to protect the farmers, their environment, and their communities, their collections bring a sense of luxury to sustainable fashion through the use of organic cotton brushed velvet, TENCEL™Lyocell silky party wear, and structured organic cotton denim.

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21. Gung Ho

Gung Ho prides itself on sustainable female fashion that doesn’t compromise on taste. The London-made collections are handmade in small batches. The climate change-inspired collection features statement sweatshirts and shirts, skirts, and masks made from offcuts. They have teamed up with a sustainability company developing tech to make purchases carbon negative at checkout. With just a simple click, the software calculates the emissions of the order and directs the funds to seriously impactful projects: those that decarbonise supply chains, generate cleantech innovation, and repair the environment. 

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22. Avocado Green Mattress

The king of the sustainable mattress makers,  Avocado Green offers certified-vegan and affordable products. It is a Certified B Corporation and is Climate Neutral Certified. The mattresses are GREENGUARD Gold certified and OEKO-TEX textile safety. Its products use 100% GOTS organic certified cotton and wool, as well as hydrated silica as a natural fire retardant. The latex originates from Kochi, India. Mattresses are assembled and shipped with carbon offsets through carbonfund.org. It uses easily recycled LDPE plastic in its packaging. As members of 1% for the Planet, Avocado donates 1% of its revenue to vetted environmental nonprofits.

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23. Devon Duvets 

Handcrafted at their Devon workshops, the Botanic duvet range is the only product of its kind registered by the Vegan Society. It’s been tried and tested by the Good Housekeeping Institute, featured in Good Housekeeping magazine. And, it won an award as “Best Summer Duvet” in the UK media. Unlike many bamboo duvets, the TENCEL™Lyocell is fully traceable in terms of source, DNA identification and fibre processing. This guarantees the consumer a 100% organic and sustainable product. With a smooth drape and silky-smooth texture, this duvet is 100% biodegradable too.

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24. Ecosophy Bedding Set

The first UK brand to offer certified organic linen bedding, Ecosophy’s organic flax is grown by a handful of pioneering farms in France. It’s woven by machine at a GOTS-certified mill in Portugal then dyed using low-impact GOTS-approved dyes. Slubby, elegant and sustainable, the set includes one duvet cover, one fitted sheet, and two housewife pillowcases

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25. American Blossom Linens Pillow Cases

American Blossom Linens is the only bedding brand made completely in the USA with 100% USA Organic Cotton grown by family farmers in West Texas. These eco-friendly and chemical-free pillow-cases are woven to last a lifetime — and they grow softer the longer you use them. A special shout out for the transparency of their manufacturing process and keeping it all – from farmer to sewer – in the USA.

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26. Boll and Branch Flat Sheets

With several styles for sheet sets, Boll and Brand offer choice but all with 100% organic cotton and ethical production. This hemmed flat sheet has a buttery feel and gets softer with each wash. Rest assured products have certifications such as Fair Trade Certified Cotton & Factory, GOTS Certified Organic Cotton and Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX®.

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27. Coyuchi Comforter

From relaxed linen to organic cotton, Coyuchi is making bedding to suit everyone. This year-round comforter is made of the versatile Crinkled Percale fabric. It works as a stand-alone cosy comforter or a lightweight duvet insert. Packaged in a reusable organic cotton bag and 100% organic cotton grown and woven in India, the Coyuchi 2nd Home Take Back™ program will recycle and renew your old Coyuchi linens.

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28. Delilah Home Goods Sheets

Delilah Home Goods aren’t cheap. But as the Wall Street Journal states, they are “worth the splurge”. These organic hemp sheets also come highly recommended by Vogue and Vanity Fair for their style and silky feel. Even better, Delilah Home pride themselves on paying above living wages and donate 10% of profits to local charities that support health, kids and pets.

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29. My Green Mattress

These mattresses are made at a family-owned GOTS-Certified Factory. All materials are organically grown, harvested, and sustainably processed. The GOLS certification ensures the latex is harvested from the sap of organic rubber trees and processed in an organic and eco-friendly way.  The Natural Escape offers breathable organic latex, lumbar support and pressure point relief at an affordable price. 

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30. Grund Throws

These ultra-soft, 100% organic cotton throws come in several sizes and colours that will add warmth to any room. And it only gets softer with every wash. Wrap them, toss them, throw them. Whatever you want to do with them, do it knowing they’re 100% Organic Cotton and 100% comfy. Based in North Carolina, Grund’s mission is to provide conscious consumers with luxury organic products. 

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31. Seventh Generation Dish Soap 

Seventh Generation is the place to go for a “green” clean. This biodegradable dish soap uses plant-based ingredients, and no fragrances or dyes. The bottle and cap are made from recycled plastic. And – drumroll please – best of all, it actually works! A great dish soap that proves “green” doesn’t mean greasy dishes.  

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32. Nike’s (M) Sustainable Maternity Wear

Nike launched its first athletic wear maternity collection last fall, made from recycled polyester. The collection also celebrates women during and after pregnancy with items that adjust to changing body shapes and are breast-feeding friendly. Nike received praise for its commercial celebrating women earlier this year.

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33. Bissell Little Green Portable Cleaner

This lightweight and versatile little beauty can tackle it all – dirty armrests, carpet stains, and more – using the power of water, cleaner, and suction. Plus it’s made from recycled plastic. Even the box it comes in uses recycled materials, with no styrofoam. All these things combine to make hoovering just a little bit more fun.

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34. Skoy Cleaning Cloths

Who likes germy cloths that get used a few times and then get thrown out? These Swedish dish sponges are made from a mixture of cotton and cellulose, and are completely compostable. They can be washed and reused multiple times for things like cleaning dishes or mopping up spills. Ditch those paper towels now and check out Skoy Towels, Holders and Scrubs too.

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35. Who Gives A Crap Recycled Toilet Paper

Made from 100% recycled fibres, each roll will turn your bathroom into an eco-friendly paradise. When company founders learnt that 2.4 billion people don’t have access to a toilet and that 289,000 children die every year from diseases caused by poor water, their answer was “Who Gives A Crap?” The company donates 50% of profits to building toilets and improving sanitation in the developing world. Reasonably priced, so good for your bum and your budget. 

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36. Onya Certified Compostable Bin Liners

Unlike some other bags on the market, Onya bin liners are certified biodegradable. They’ve been independently deemed “worm safe” leaving no micro plastic traces. Available in 4 sizes (8L, 30L, 36L and 60L), these bin liners are made from GMO free renewable plants. So they are free from any plastic additives such as polypropylene, polyethylene, polystyrene and PVC. Guaranteed to make you feel good about your garbage.

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37. Your Nature Deodorant

All natural and plastic-free deodorant (70ml) handmade in Bristol, UK. This vegan deodorant is all natural, plastic-free and works all day so no need to sweat the small stuff. The range is unisex and the toughest decision is which to choose –  Lemongrass & Tea Tree, Lavender & Bergamot, or Sandalwood & Bergamot? 

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38. Panda Packaging Bamboo Dish Brushes

Whilst you can’t ditch doing the dishes, these bamboo brushes make the chore much more climate-friendly. Plastic-free and natural, each wooden dish brush is handmade. The bristles are made from long-lasting vegan starch-based bristles. Enjoy scrubbing those pots!

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39. Xtrema Cookware

Xtrema thinks the pots and pans we put ingredients in are as important as the foods we’re putting into our mouths! Can healthy food still be healthy after being cooked in toxic materials? 

Xtrema’s safe and sustainable cookware is entirely ceramic (a mix of minerals, clay, and water), and free of PFOA, PTFE, glues, polymers, dyes, and coatings. From skillets to saucepans, teapots to tureens, Xtrema won’t change the taste of the food or leach chemicals.

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40. Grace and Green Tampons

This pack of disposable non-applicator natural tampons is made from 100% Certified Organic Cotton. Feel safe in the knowledge that your superior protection will do zero harm to the environment. These biodegradable tampons are clinically proven to be non-irritating, with a special safety veil to prevent fibres coming off in the vaginal wall.

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41. Oflo Sanitary Pads

These pads are genius. Charcoal coloured, reusable sanitary pads made by hand in the UK using eco-friendly bamboo fleece and organic cotton. What’s not to love? 100% plastic-free, they are made from fully washable Zorb, a mix of 70% bamboo and 30% organic cotton. Zorb absorbs 10 times its weight in moisture 20 times faster than normal cotton, bamboo and hemp. So no need for that horrible polyester layer seen in most cloth pads.

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42. Tabitha Eve Face Cleansing Pads

These plastic-free cotton pads make make up removal easy and eco friendly. or applying toner. Made from organic cotton and bamboo and each pad is approximately 3 inches across. Once used, throw them in the washing machine and leave to dry naturally. Simple and earth-kind!

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43. Eco Bru Biodegradable Bamboo Toothbrushes

These 4 rainbow-coloured, biodegradable bamboo toothbrushes are going to make your smile even brighter! Sustainable, BPA-free, organic and vegan friendly, the bristles are Nylon 4. This means they can be recycled whilst the handle is 100% biodegradable. Added bonus – zero waste packaging.

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44. Lime Crime Venus XL Eyeshadow Palette

We are obsessed by Lime Crime’s 18 sparkling shades. Mix metallics with shimmers for eyes that are eco-friendly and extremely gorgeous! Even better, certified by PETA as both cruelty-free and vegan, Lime Crime is a company of animal lovers. Most employees actively adopt and foster furry friends who need love.

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45. Shoreline Shaving Rose Gold Safety Razor

A super-pretty rose gold reusable safety razor with weighted handle and textured grip – so you can get to those hard to reach areas! Completely plastic-free, this zero waste razor can be used with all double edge blades. The natural hessian travel bag is a lovely addition and is made from sustainable jute. 

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46. Inika Certified Organic Perfection Concealer

For those days when your skin feels less than perfect, this Australian sustainable super brand has the solution. Its concealer is the perfect blemish beater and uses 100% natural, plant-based ingredients. Infused with mineral pigments as well as natural powerhouses shea butter and aloe vera, a gorgeous glow is guaranteed. 

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47. Cover FX Natural Finish Foundation

Cover FX’s ethos is simple. ”We believe that beauty means taking care of yourself and the world around you, and that we have a responsibility to care for all living things.”

Their vegan products are packed with green teas, algae and other powerhouse ingredients to satiate you skin. The Natural Finish Foundation does what it says on the tin. It may be lightweight, but the finish is flawless. Perfect for a naturally beautiful look.

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48. Rareform Repurposed Billboard Vinyl Wallet

Brothers Aric and Alex were horrified to discover that 600,000 tonnes of non-recyclable vinyl from billboard banners ends up in landfills each year. So they decided to turn this durable material into a range of one of a kind bike bags, iPhone cases, and laptop sleeves. And wallets! The Rareform wallet has 4 card slots, a mesh ID card slot, and a cash pocket. Cash not included!

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49. Ark Skin Essential Skin Protector SPF30

A great eco-range for those with skincare issues. Ark’s vegan lines tackle key concerns such as such as pigmentation, blemishes and sensitivity. Plus, they are designed for different age skins too. A new addition, the Skin Essential Skin Protector SPF30 Primer is a light moisturiser that protects from sun damage at the same time as offering a smooth, even looking complexion.

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50. Elate Moisturizing Lip Gloss

Feel elated by Elate’s lip gloss. Formulated with sustainably sourced olive oil, jojoba oil, and shea butter, 7 colours offer luscious lips without any stickiness. Low-waste option alert! The product comes packaged in a recyclable plastic tube with a bamboo top. This eco-friendly beauty product will keep you smiling.

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51. All Earth Mineral Cosmetics Blush

Made in the UK with natural and cruelty-free ingredients, All Earth’s blushers add radiance to your cheeks. Choose between a natural, matte peach or subtle, gentle pink. Both colours are highly pigmented so a little goes a long way. All Earth’s packaging options are as earth-friendly as its products. A pot for life is made with sustainably sourced beechwood and inner casing and sifter made from 100% recycled fishing nets. Or rather than buying a new pot you can also purchase refill tubes, ideal for further reducing packaging waste whilst saving money. Or try the eco pot made from durable cardboard. Zero-waste beauty collection, here we come!

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52. Mad Hippie Face Cream

This face cream is bursting with natural goodness. Aloe leaf juice for skin healing, coconut oil for a lipid barrier, and green tea extract as a powerful antioxidant. Plus, its secret weapon — Brazilian acai berry extract – for plump and strong skin. Mad Hippie believes in looking after yourself and the planet. To reduce its carbon footprint, it uses bioresin sugarcane tubes, soy inks on FSC certified paper, and eco waste company Terracycle.

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53. Simple Ecology Reusable Organic Produce Bags

Next time you buy apples and pears, skip the baggies, cut back on the plastic, and use these organic product bags. Simple Ecology is a family owned company who prides itself on offering a huge range of GOTS certified organic cotton bags. This means that the entire growing, manufacturing, and packaging process meet the highest standards for material purity, energy conservation, and ethical working conditions. Check out the brand’s laundry bags, totes, ad face masks too.

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54. Oddbox

One-third of the food grown in the world is wasted. In the UK alone, over 3 million tonnes of fruit and veg are wasted before they even leave the farm because they are too big, too little, or too many. That’s where Oddbox comes in. So far, 13,790 tonnes of food has been rescued, enough to feed 30,000 people for a year.

So fill your belly with a curvy cucumber and save the planet.

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55. Vera Bradley ReActive Drawstring Family Tote

ReActive is a lightweight, durable, water-repellent material made from recycled PET water bottles. In fact, 23 go into every tote! This roomy recycled bag, with zip pocket and mesh collar, comes in a range of bloom-heavy colourways. Style and substance.

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56. NutraMilk Nut Milk Machine

Your days of soaking nuts are over! Make your own additive and preservative free nut butters, dips, smoothies, purees and milk in mere minutes!  The NutraMilk is incredibly easy to use and doesn’t require additional equipment. There’s no need to soak nuts or strain the pulp and most of the parts are dishwasher safe. purity Good news – the NutraMilk canister is BPA free too.

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57. Onya Reusable Bread Bag

Onya wants you to say “No!” to single use disposable bread bags, toggles and ties and “Hello!” to its vintage-style, reusable bread bags. Look stylish as you carry your bread home without any packaging waste! The product is from up to 10 recycled plastic drink bottles and is perfect for the home baker too. Bread stored in one of these bread bags can last up to 3 months in the freezer –burn free – thanks to the unique double lining and airtight roll and lock closure. 100% sustainable and vegan friendly, what’s not to love?

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58. Life & Soul Sustainabilitree Reusable Christmas Tree

Finally, a gorgeous and sustainable Christmas tree that manages to combine festive aesthetics with an eco-friendly and reusable design. Plastic-free and ethically made from 90% recycled materials (the rest 10% is sustainably sourced), this artificial tree is fully recyclable and compostable. Decorated with planet-friendly water-based inks, celebrate in style with no pine needles!

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Kin & Kloth

59. Kin & Kloth Turkish Towel

Working with weavers in villages across Southern Turkey, Kin & Kloth offer beautifully crafted pieces, made with passion. Due to the slowness of the traditional weaving process, small batches take a long time. As a result, each unique towel is not cheap. Instead its priced to reflect the intricate design process and a fair wage for the individual weaver. No nasties to be found here either. Kin & Kloth use only top quality GOTS certified organic cotton and the best quality linen. The dyes and finishes are GOTS certified organic too, so healthier for the workers and your skin. (And check out more lux Turkish towels here.)

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60.  Sierra Nevada Wanderland Nectarine Ale

Ken Grossman started Sierra Nevada with a brewhouse in a shed in 1980. Now, Sierra Nevada’s 100% vegan craft beers have taken the US by storm. The company’s “reduce, reuse, recycle” mindset and use of alternative energy makes its beers taste even better. The seasonal line-up caters for those skiing the slopes, reaching the summit, and setting up camp. The Wanderland Nectarine is a juicy, golden sunset and perfect for a juicy, golden sunset.

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61. Cocoa Parlor’s Vegan Chocolate Truffles

This isn’t your standard box of chocolates. No half-eaten, subpar truffles here. As a small-batch, inventive chocolatier, Cocoa Parlor’s vegan white, milk, and dark chocolate truffles are unique one-bite wonders. A great chocolate bar requires great cocoa beans and even better farmers. Cocoa Parlor ethically sources its beans from the Dominican Republic, which happens to be the first and largest organic cocoa producer in the world. To purchase a set, choose your assortment count (from six to 24-pieces) and select your favourite confections. You can’t go wrong with the Strawberry Milkshake, Balsamic Fig, or Dark Chocolate PB.

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62. Anaskela Beach Towel

Inspired by their endless summers on the beaches of Greece, the founders of Anaskela wanted a less bulky travel towel. Their eco-friendly offering weighs in at just 300 grams. Which means it’s so compact, you’ll have more room in your beach bag. Using fibers made from recycled PET bottles, these hammam-style towels come in an array of contemporary designs and, even better, are sand repellent!

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63. Hun Wines

Who said wine tastes better in a bottle? Tired of bottled wine and canned beers taking all the glory, this group of East Londoners has shaken things up. They have sourced premium quality wine from South Africa. Then they created the UK’s first Fairtrade wine in a can. It’s fully recyclable and vegan. HUN is backed by Formula 1 legend David Coulthard, Red Bull director Andy Shaw, and Waitrose executive James Bailey. Send a Selection box of Rose Bubbles, Rosé, and Sauvignon Blanc to your loved one now. Bottoms up!

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64. Pela Eco Friendly Phone Cases

According to Pela, it has created the world’s first 100% compostable phone case. The fact that there are now more mobile devices than people on earth means there is a staggering amount of plastic phone accessories (and packaging) being consumed and disposed of. As well as protecting your mobile, Pela’s production process emits 25% less carbon, uses 35% less water,  and creates 70% less waste. Plus, Pela is a member of 1% for the Planet,  supporting sustainability organizations.

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65. ShedRain Ecoverse Eco Friendly Umbrella

ShedRain is a family run American company that’s been making A-class umbrellas for 3 generations. Responding to consumer desire to go green whilst staying dry, its Ecoverse line are fabricated from renewable and recycled materials. With a bamboo handle, recycled aluminum shaft and canopy made from recycled PET plastic, it will protect you from the wind and rain as well as the planet from more plastic pollution.

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66. Fab Habitat’s Recycled Plastic Rugs

Fab Habitat believes that sustainability starts at home. In 2009, it brought the family business producing mats in India to New Jersey. Now, as well as rugs, Fab Habitat produces durable, stylish home accessories that are good for home and planet. These indoor/outdoor rugs are woven from recycled plastic tubes or polyester fiber made from recycled soda bottles. Durable, and UV resistant, they come in a huge array of colors, patterns and textures. Everything Fab Habitat manufacture is GoodWeave certified. This ensures no child, forced, or bonded labor and no harmful chemicals or dyes.

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67. Frauxmagerie Botanic True Blue Vegan Cheese

Frauxmagerie uses cashews and a vegan probiotic in the fermentation process to create a nutritious alternative to dairy-based cheese. The beautiful Botanic True Blue is the ultimate treat for frauxmage connoisseurs. It’s got that rich aroma, smooth texture and sharp flavour, that blue-cheese lovers live for. Pair with dried fruit, pears and walnuts or a giant glass of vegan Chianti.

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68. Pilot B2P BeGreen Pens 

Since 2006, Pilot has been making pens from at least 70% recycled plastic. The star of the show is the B2P (Bottle 2 Pen) which is manufactured from recycled PET plastic bottles. Over 7 million plastic bottles have been recycled to make B2P pens, plastic that would otherwise have ended up in landfill. Choose between the retractable gel pen and ballpoint pen for your eco writing needs. Both are refillable and have been designed to look like the plastic bottle from whence they came! Fun, functional and earth-friendly.

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69. Viva Terra Recycled Sari Table Linen Collection

Go green with these vibrant, multi-coloured table cloths made from gorgeous recycled Indian saris. Bohemian and bright, Viva Terra’s Kantha collection is handmade by Indian artisans. Collating pieces of vintage scraps leftover from the sari-making process, each piece is unique. 

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Reebok Ups Its Sustainability Commitment With 2 New Vegan, Upcycled Shoes
The Floatride Energy 3 GROW | courtesy

70. Reebok Floatride Energy GROW

The Floatride Energy 3 GROW is part of the [REE]GROW category, guaranteeing at least 50 percent of the materials are plant-based. These shoes also include castor, algae, and rubber, as well as eucalyptus.

Reebok introduced its first Floatride in 2019; it was the first major brand to launch a running shoe from organic and bio-based materials.

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71. Circular & Co Reusable Coffee Cup

Winner of the Independent’s Best Reusable Coffee Cup 2021, this eco-friendly essential is a cup made from cups, single-use paper cups to be precise! According to the brand, since 2018, 5.4 million used cups have been given a new longer life as Circular cups. It collects waste from UK centres to make cups in a Cornwall factory. Each Circular cup is designed to last a decade and is 100% recyclable. Plus, it keeps your drink hot or cold for 60-90 minutes and, with its easy one-hand opening, allows you to enjoy your eco-beverages on the go.

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72. Circular & Co Food Waste Bird Feeder

Another excellent eco idea from Circular & Co – feed the birds with your food waste! This food waste table is made from recycled plant pots and allows you to recycle your leftovers. The brand believes nothing has a single purpose, and everything has value. Our feathered friends would agree.

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73. Fairphone 3 Plus Sustainable Smartphone

The electronics industry is not known for its eco-friendliness. But if you are looking for a more ethical smartphone, look no further than the Fairphone 3 Plus. From responsible material sourcing to advocating for workers’ welfare, the brand is entirely transparent and has set new standards for modular and repairable design. Made with up to 40% recycled plastics.the Fairphone 3 Plus boasts 48MP and 16MP cameras

Optimized performance delivering great image quality, a 5.65 inch full HD+ display, and sturdy, scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass 5 screen. A great eco-product from a great B Corp certified company. 

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75. Natalie Perry Tiny Petal Stud Earrings

Want eco-friendly ear adornments? Then check out Natalie Perry’s gorgeous selection of ethical jewellery. Her delicate, nature-inspired collections are made from Fairtrade Gold, sourced from the Sotrami Mine in Peru. This ensures miners to receive a fair price for their gold to put towards their healthcare, education and support for community and environmental projects. Mining is one of the most dangerous industries in the world and child labour is still a concern. By buying Fairtrade Gold, you can make a positive difference to the lives of these people.

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76. iameco Eco Touch Screen Computer

The iameco v.3 touch screen computer has a carbon footprint that is 70% less than the average PC. Made to last longer than your average laptop, nearly all the materials are recyclable. Hazardous materials typically used in a computer manufacturing process have been replaced with environmentally friendly alternatives. As a result, iameco is the first computer of its kind to win the prestigious EU Eco Flower certification. In addition to eco-friendly, this laptop is also eye-friendly. It comes housed in a choice of sustainable ash, maple or beech.

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77. Ecopots Amsterdam Mid High Planter

Welcome these Scandinavian designed flower pots and planters into your life, home and garden.

Here, functionality goes hand in hand with beauty. Even better, the Amsterdam range of outdoor and indoor pots and planters are made from recycled plastics with a unique, handmade finish. Helping the green-fingered stay green.

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77. Elho Green Basics Easy Hanging Basket

Create botanical bliss on your balcony with Elho’s super-stylish and super-economical hanging basket. Made from recycled plastic and wind energy,  it’s simple but perfectly practical, with a drainage hole and integrated saucer to keep your hydrangeas hydrated. Plus, it’s 100% recyclable. 

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78. Elho Green Basics Watering Can

Elho love waste—the brand just can’t get enough of it; 80% of the materials that it currently uses are made with recycled plastic. That works out to 8.400,000 kilos of recycled plastic in the past year. Take their watering can. It’s made from 12 used detergent bottles. Surely, knowing this makes watering your plants that bit more satisfying? Made with recycled plastic, and 100% recyclable, Ehlo’s generous 10 litre capacity can means you won’t be making multiple trips to the tap.  

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79. Tada and Toy Dagger to the Heart Necklace

A playful amalgamation of Indian embellishment and Swedish Scandinavian style, the Dagger to the Heart necklace perfectly encapsulates the Tada and Toy aesthetic loved by celebrities Emma Watson, Maisie Williams, and Poppy Delevingne. All of the brand’s pieces are produced in hand-picked artisan workshops in Jaipur, India. Plus, the company is committed to ethical sourcing, and works closely with suppliers to ensure that they align to Tada and Toy beliefs. Five percent of profits go to the Aspinall Foundation wildlife parks, set up by the grandfather of one of the founders. 

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Karl Lagerfeld Launches First Sustainable Cactus Leather Bag By Amber Valletta
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80.  Karl Lagerfeld X Amber Valletta Cactus Pleated Folded Tote Bag

Once known for fur and leather, luxury label Karl Lagerfeld is embracing sustainability. Supermodel-turned-sustainable-fashion-designer Amber Valletta has just released a line of vegan accessories under the Karl Lagerfeld label, including a handbag made from cactus leather in a partnership with Mexican firm Desserto. 

The sustainability champion says she was inspired to help consumers make better choices. She praised the Lagerfeld brand, once known for excessive use of fur, for its shift to sustainable practices, materials, and design. The tote’s pleated design, and folded silhouette is super-chic, and the pioneering cactus-leather keeps you gorgeously green in both senses of the word. A splurge but one worthy of its sustainability price tag. 

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81. House of Marley No Bounds Portable Outdoor Speaker

The No Bounds Bluetooth speaker is the most portable in our durable, outdoor speaker family, made with rugged, waterproof and dust-proof materials. Crafted from the Marley REWIND™ fabric, REGRIND™ Silicone, REGRIND™ Cork, and recyclable aluminum, a No Bound’s 10 hour battery life means there really are no bounds. The brand is run by the Marley family to carry on Bob Marley’s legacy of love for music and planet. House of Marley is driven by superior quality, sustainability and a commitment to charitable causes. Proceeds from sales support global reforestation. 

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82.  Belkin Wemo Insight Smart Plug

According to the National Resources Defence Council, in a typical US household, 50 appliances are using electricity even if they appear to be off. That translates into an estimated equivalent of 50 power plants worth of energy wasted a year. 

So if you want to go more sustainable, get a smart plug. The Wemo Insight allows you to control your devices remotely as well as monitor energy costs from your smartphone. Your real-time energy reports will help you make smarter and more sustainable decisions. It’s a game-changer. 

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83. Eve Water Guard Leak Sensor

Never mind the cost and mould that water damage causes, the Environmental Protection agency estimates that everyday household leaks waste as much as water that would fill 1500 Olympic-sized swimming pools. This could all be avoided with a smart sensor such as the Eve Water Guard.  When the sensor detects a leak, it lets you know immediately with  its 100 dB siren and red flashing warning light. Plus, it will also notify you via iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. A no brainer for eco warriors at home.

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84. Stella McCartney “Best Friends Fur Life” Sustainable Kids Collection

After a year of being cooped up at home, the inspiration for the Stella McCartney SS21 kidswear range comes from her love of wild creatures. The “Best Friends Fur Life” collection explores why animals are our friends, not fashion. With vibrant prints and colours, and pieces featuring flora and fauna, the aim is to encourage kids to become the next generation of eco-warriors. The clothing is made with 84% eco-friendly fabrics. These include organic cotton, forest-friendly viscose and lyocell, recycled polyester and nylon, and repurposed jersey from previous collections.

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85. Adidas Prime Blue Trainers and Clothing

Sportswear giant Adidas has committed to only use recycled polyester by 2024. The innovative Primeblue performance fabric – where 100% of the polyester used is recycled – is key to achieving this. Since 2015, Adidas and Parley for the Oceans, an environmental organization and global collaboration network, have worked together to upcycle ocean pollution into yarn fibres — or Parley Ocean Plastic™. The Primeblue collection showcases shoes, track pants and jackets, shorts and tees.

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86. Beyond Meat Beyond Burger

Founded in 2009, Beyond Meat’s namesake burger was one of the first in the plant-based protein wars and arguably the most still the out-and-out most popular. Teaming up with big fast food hitters from Pizza Hut to Dunkin’ to Taco Bell to McDonalds, to get the Beyond word out, the company believes there is a better way to feed our future. And that’s with plant-based patties that taste better than the real thing! The BM team have used their food expertise as well as simple, non GMO ingredients, to offer greater or equal protein levels to meat, but with no cholesterol, less saturated fat, and no antibiotics or hormones. Plus a Beyond Burger uses 99% less water, 93% less land, 90% less GHG emissions and 46% less energy than a traditional beef burger in the making. It truly is one step beyond. 

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87. Ecosia.org Sustainable Search Engine

Who knew you could save the planet by searching for cat videos? Ecosia is a search engine like Google or Bing, with search ads just like Google or Bing. When people click on them, Ecosia uses the income to plant trees. Ecosia servers run on 100% renewable energy and every search request is actually helping remove CO2 from the atmosphere – 1kg per search. With over 8 million active users, the company has planted over 123 million trees. All you need to do is download the browser extension and the mobile app and get searching (and planting!)

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88. Nordgreen Eco Infinity Watch for Women

According to Danish watchmakers Nordgreen, the secret to sustainability is quality plus durability.

The company aims to produce watches at the highest quality possible to create long-lasting products that won’t need replacing. It prides itself on using traceable materials and a give-back programme that so far has provided 6,500 months of quality education, 23,200 months of drinkable water, and 9,950 meals. Nordgreen’s Infinity model is ideal for standing out from the crowd but works in your everyday life. Plus, it has interchangeable straps for versatility. You will be thrilled when someone asks you for the time. 

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89. Klean Kanteen Insulated Water Bottle

When American brother and sister Jeff and Michelle couldn’t find a reusable, stainless steel water bottle back in the early 2000s, they decided to do something about it. They sold their first BPA free stainless steel bottles in 2004, and haven’t looked back since. Klean Kanteen is an international brand, certified B Corp, that supports 1% for the Planet by giving back a portion of its profits. It’s vacuum insulated TKWide bottle was designed with versatility and portability in mind. Think water bottle, coffee mug, sport bottle or insulated cup, depending on what you need. The TK Closure™ internal thread design with smooth, rounded lip ensures comfortable drinking and easy cleaning, and the Cafe Cap is leak-proof. 

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90. Mama Bamboo Eco Nappies

Bamboo fibres are super breathable and these award-winning eco-nappies will feel like silk against your baby’s soft skin. 

With natural antibacterial and incredible moisture wicking properties, your baby will stay dry, comfortable and nappy-rash free. Free from all the nasties – alcohol, chlorine, preservatives, phthalates, latex, PVC and PAHs – the nappies and packaging are 100% biodegradable and compostable. Plus, all Mama Bamboo’s shipping emissions are carbon neutral through our partnership with the Bamboo Village Afforestation Programme. 

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91. Votch Vegan Lyka Watch

All Votch watches are 100% vegan. Not only that, they are  – drumroll please – PVC, plasticisers, Phthalate, PFC-Free, flame retardants, Bromine-free, and heavy metals free. Phew. Plus, they Include recycled and renewable content. 

The Lyka range has the Votch minimalist aesthetic with earthy undertones to create a modern vegan classic you’d be proud to have on your wrist. Good to know – Votch donates a portion of each sale to an animal-friendly charity.

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Volvo Goes 100% Electric and Leather-Free
2020 Volvo XC60 Polestar – Banff

92. Volvo Leather-Free XC40 Recharge EV

The world’s safest car is now among the most sustainable. At the forefront of complying with EU zero emissions targets, the Swedish car maker Volvo is going 100% electric and leather-free. So far, the XC40 is the only electric vehicle in Volvo’s line up. But the car giant anticipates 50% of sales will be electric by 2024. The new C40 coupe can get an 80% in only 40 minutes and has all the exceptional high tech and safety features you’d expect from this prestige brand. As consumers swap beef burgers for Beyond Meat, Volvo has committed to using “several different material alternatives, including sustainable vinyls and textiles. Volvo Cars has the ambition that by 2025, 25% of the material within our cars (by weight) will be recycled and bio-based.” 

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93. Good Catch Vegan Naked in Water Tuna

How do Good Catch do it? It tastes like seafood but it isn’t seafood? The secret is in its protein-packed six-legume blend of peas, chickpeas, lentils, soy, fava beans and navy beans. And, of course, no artificial flavors, palm oil or canola oil, hydrogenated fats, synthetic colors, and gobbledygook or foolishness! Enjoy Naked in Water in a variety of your fave tuna recipes from melts to sushi rolls, and from subs to pasta. And check out Good Catch’s other seafood alternatives too.

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94. Sambazon Frozen Acai 

Each time you purchase a Sambazon product, you can feel good. The brand operates a sustainable win-win business philosophy that helps people whilst nourishing its consumers. So far, the company has supported tens of thousands of family farmers in the Amazon rainforest as well as building multiple healthcare centers, schools and community centers. And all this from a not so humble purple berry. Acai is thought to be the most powerful superfood in the rainforest. This nutritional powerhouse has long been a staple of indigenous diets. And now – thanks to a Sambazon frozen pouch – it can be a staple of your breakfast bowl.

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95. Unreal Deli Vegan Meat

Inspired by 100 years of New York deli history but motivated to create a greener planet, Unreal Deli Meats decided to make the best deli cold cuts from the garden, not a lab. Its range – which includes Corn’d Beef and Roasted Turk’y slices – are complete proteins. Each serving has a range of vitamins and nutrients, plus features its own unique vegetables. Kosher, cholesterol and nitrate free, low-fat and low-carb, your Reuben has never tasted so unreal!

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GM Releases First Peek of the All-Electric Hummer With a $100,000 Price Tag

96. GMC Hummer SUV 

Once the epitome of the automotive industry’s fossil-fuel problem, General Motors is resurrecting the Hummer SUV. The “supertruck” notorious for its fuel inefficiency — about 14 miles per gallon in the city, 18 on highways — is coming back 100% electric. Unlike its gas-guzzling predecessor, the EV Hummer SUV will get a range of 250 to 300 miles per full charge. Features include Extract Mode, which allows the vehicles to lift up six inches and the CrabWalk, a side-moving feature, as well as the SuperCruise hands-free driving technology. The new EV SUV’s will be Hummer’s priciest, with the special edition models, costing about $110,000. Expected to roll out in 2023, GMC is currently taking reservations. What are you waiting for?

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97. Dr Bronner’s Pure Castile Liquid Soap

Dr. Bronner’s was founded in 1948 by soapmaker Emanuel Bronner. This third-generation German Jewish master soapmaker used the labels on his superb ecological soaps to spread his message “We are All-One or None!” Still family-owned and run, Dr. Bronner’s honors its founder’s vision by making socially and environmentally responsible products of the highest quality—and by dedicating profits to help make a better world.

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98. Alaffia Soap

Being clean has never felt so good! Alaffia Good Soap bars are made with moisturizing, fair trade ingredients such as “raw” shea butter, coconut oil, and African black soap. Triple milled, gluten-free and zero waste, Alaffia dedicates proceeds from sales of Good Soap to fund the construction of one kindergarten a year in Togo. Since 2014, the brand has built six kindergartens.

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99. Bird & Wild Fairtrade and Bird Friendly Espresso Dark Roast Coffee

Bird & Wild coffee is on a mission to help protect migrating birds and offer up Fairtrade Organic coffee one cup at a time. With widespread clear cutting for sun coffee plantations, it’s imperative to protect the tropical forest that remains for migrating birds. The brand’s coffees are Fairtrade Certified, which ensures producers in developing countries are paid a fair price for their work. Plus, every cup of Bird Friendly coffee you drink encourages more farmers to grow in the shade, which is good for birds and for people.

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Puma and Cara Delevingne Launch Sustainable Yoga Collection

100. Puma x Cara Delevingne Exhale Eco Yogawear

Model and entrepreneur Cara Delevingne has teamed up with sportswear brand Puma to create a sustainable sportswear line. The eco-conscious “Exhale” collection is made from 70% recycled polyester to keep its carbon footprint minimal.

Disappointed by the lack of sustainable athleticwear, yoga-lover Delevingne was inspired to create high-performance activewear –  leotards, high-waisted tights, studio bra, crop tops, and joggers in neutral colour-blocks. The aesthetic speaks to Delevingne’s relaxed vibe and climate credentials. 

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