One Small Change in Becoming More Eco-Friendly
In collaboration with Arla.
Sustainability and the impact on our environment is a hot topic right now, especially when it comes to food packaging. It’s something that I’ve become quite conscious about in our home and keen to rein in our households impact on the environment by making small changes that will help to make a difference in becoming more eco-friendly.
Arla Organic has brought out a new eco-cycle bottle that is made with 50% recycled material, which is more than the previous bottle! And knowing that the bottle is easily recyclable can help to instill good environmentally friendly habits around the home. If you’d like to get the Arla Organic eco-cycle bottle it’s available in 2L, from Asda, Sainsbury, Ocado, and Iceland.
Since it’s readily available and you can easily pick one up when doing your weekly grocery shop, it’s a simple addition to a busy modern life. No real extra effort is needed which as a working mum of two with a 4-year-old and a baby is a massive selling point. It makes being more eco-friendly that little bit easier.
I love seeing brands make an effort to lessen their impact on the environment where they can. The grazing pastures used by the farmers for the Arla Organic range are completely free from chemical fertilisers and herbicides. Alternatively, they use other methods such as crop rotation and selecting certain crop varieties to govern the growth of weeds and pests to promote natural crop growth.
You can find out more about Arla Organic here.
Check out my Garlic & Herb Meatball recipe made using Arla Organic Free Range Milk.
What small changes can you make around your home to help you become more eco-friendly?
*This post was commissioned by Arla, but all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that allow me to do what I love, bringing you wellness content and recipes to help you find your version of balance.