Top 5 Plastic Free Staff Picks

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By Erin Forget

“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.  - Jane Goodall.

Plastic Free July may be coming to an end but that doesn’t mean you have to stop looking for ways to reduce your daily plastic consumption. Whether you started using reusable straws or started to be more conscious of bringing reusable bags with you when you shop, every small action adds up and makes a difference.

Our staff took a vote on their favourite and most used plastic free solutions. Here are our top five alternatives!

#5: Silicone Lids

You’ll never need to use saran wrap on bowls and dishes again once you try a silicone lid. Available in a variety of shapes and sizes, these lids form an airtight seal to keep leftovers fresh in the fridge.

The set of 3 from Now Designs is the perfect starter set and Charles Viancin offers cute patterns and designs for any occasion.

 

Now Designs Silicone Suction Lids ($19.99)

#5: Silicone Lids

You’ll never need to use saran wrap on bowls and dishes again once you try a silicone lid. Available in a variety of shapes and sizes, these lids form an airtight seal to keep leftovers fresh in the fridge.

The set of 3 from Now Designs is the perfect starter set and Charles Viancin offers cute patterns and designs for any occasion.

 

Now Designs Silicone Suction Lids ($19.99)

#5: Silicone Lids

You’ll never need to use saran wrap on bowls and dishes again once you try a silicone lid. Available in a variety of shapes and sizes, these lids form an airtight seal to keep leftovers fresh in the fridge.

The set of 3 from Now Designs is the perfect starter set and Charles Viancin offers cute patterns and designs for any occasion.

 

Now Designs Silicone Suction Lids ($19.99)

#4: Reusable Produce Bags

You can now stop bringing home all those little clear plastic produce bags from the grocery store. Carebags are stretchy to carry all your produce needs, washable and made in Canada.

Once you get into the habit of bringing them with you to the grocery store or market you’ll wonder what you ever did without them.

 

Carebags Premium Produce Bags 4pk ($16.49)

#4: Reusable Produce Bags

You can now stop bringing home all those little clear plastic produce bags from the grocery store. Carebags are stretchy to carry all your produce needs, washable and made in Canada.

Once you get into the habit of bringing them with you to the grocery store or market you’ll wonder what you ever did without them.

 

Carebags Premium Produce Bags 4pk ($16.49)

#4: Reusable Produce Bags

You can now stop bringing home all those little clear plastic produce bags from the grocery store. Carebags are stretchy to carry all your produce needs, washable and made in Canada.

Once you get into the habit of bringing them with you to the grocery store or market you’ll wonder what you ever did without them.

 

Carebags Premium Produce Bags 4pk ($16.49)

#3: Abeego Food Wrap

terra20 staff is in love with Abeego. Available in an array of sizes, our staff has put these to the test. Made with beeswax, tree resin, organic jojoba oil infused into hemp and organic cotton cloth, these wraps honestly do keep your fruits and veggies fresh longer.

They are also great to cover bowls and dishes in the fridge. We recommend starting with the Assorted 3-pack.

 

Abeego Beeswax Food Wrap 3pk ($17.99)

#3: Abeego Food Wrap

terra20 staff is in love with Abeego. Available in an array of sizes, our staff has put these to the test. Made with beeswax, tree resin, organic jojoba oil infused into hemp and organic cotton cloth, these wraps honestly do keep your fruits and veggies fresh longer.

They are also great to cover bowls and dishes in the fridge. We recommend starting with the Assorted 3-pack.

 

Abeego Beeswax Food Wrap 3pk ($17.99)

#3: Abeego Food Wrap

terra20 staff is in love with Abeego. Available in an array of sizes, our staff has put these to the test. Made with beeswax, tree resin, organic jojoba oil infused into hemp and organic cotton cloth, these wraps honestly do keep your fruits and veggies fresh longer.

They are also great to cover bowls and dishes in the fridge. We recommend starting with the Assorted 3-pack.

 

Abeego Beeswax Food Wrap 3pk ($17.99)

#2: Stasher Reusable Silicone Bags

Never use a ziplock bag again! Stasher has come to the rescue of many of our staff for their snack, lunch, leftovers and freezer storage needs.

Made from 100% pure platinum silicone, these gems are non-porous which helps prohibit bacterial growth. They are air tight with an easy pinch-press seal. Available in three sizes and a variety of colours, we’re positive you’ll soon be addicted too.

 

Stasher Reusable Silicone Bags (starting at $11.99)

#2: Stasher Silicone Bags

Never use a ziplock bag again! Stasher has come to the rescue of many of our staff for their snack, lunch, leftovers and freezer storage needs.

Made from 100% pure platinum silicone, these gems are non-porous which helps prohibit bacterial growth. They are air tight with an easy pinch-press seal. Available in three sizes and a variety of colours, we’re positive you’ll soon be addicted too.

 

Stasher Reusable Silicone Bags (starting at $11.99)

#1: Zoku Pocket Straw

And the number one voted plastic reducing product is… the Zoku pocket straw! These telescopic pocket straws are the perfect companion for keeping with you when you’re out and about.

It comes with a convenient case (with a loop if you’d like to keep it on a keychain) and cleaning brush. With a reported 57 million plastic straws discarded daily in Canada, packing your own reusable straw is a great solution.

 

Zoku Pocket Straw ($12.99)

#1: Zoku Pocket Straw

And the number one voted plastic reducing product is… the Zoku pocket straw! These telescopic pocket straws are the perfect companion for keeping with you when you’re out and about.

It comes with a convenient case (with a loop if you’d like to keep it on a keychain) and cleaning brush. With a reported 57 million plastic straws discarded daily in Canada, packing your own reusable straw is a great solution.

 

Zoku Pocket Straw ($12.99)

#2: Stasher Silicone Bags

Never use a ziplock bag again! Stasher has come to the rescue of many of our staff for their snack, lunch, leftovers and freezer storage needs.

Made from 100% pure platinum silicone, these gems are non-porous which helps prohibit bacterial growth. They are air tight with an easy pinch-press seal. Available in three sizes and a variety of colours, we’re positive you’ll soon be addicted too.

 

Stasher Reusable Silicone Bags (starting at $11.99)

#1: Zoku Pocket Straw

And the number one voted plastic reducing product is… the Zoku pocket straw! These telescopic pocket straws are the perfect companion for keeping with you when you’re out and about.

It comes with a convenient case (with a loop if you’d like to keep it on a keychain) and cleaning brush. With a reported 57 million plastic straws discarded daily in Canada, packing your own reusable straw is a great solution.

 

Zoku Pocket Straw ($12.99)

Are any of our picks on your list? Let us know what your fav plastic free picks are in the comments below!

About the Author

Erin Forget

Erin is terra20's Marketing Coordinator. When she's not navigating the healthy living retail landscape she enjoys spending time in nature with her two dachshunds, archery, cultivating her vegetable garden and creative writing.

About the Author

Erin Forget

Erin is terra20's Marketing Coordinator. When she's not navigating the healthy living retail landscape she enjoys spending time in nature with her two dachshunds, archery, cultivating her vegetable garden and creative writing.

Comments

  • Posted On August 26, 2019 by Amber

    I’m doing well with my Abeego wraps, my steel straws and silicone pouches – but those suction tops for bowls are blowing my mind!!!

  • Posted On July 29, 2019 by Diane

    Definitely the straw, hands down. Love it!!

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