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bag for life (2008)

is it worth me buying a bag for life?
i’m wondering, having wandered
into my gloomy place.
i got some free ones anyway
before they started charging… 89 more words


How Large Food Retailers Can Help Solve the Food Waste Crisis

(Source: hbr.org)

Between a third and a half of all food produced is wasted worldwide. This is a frivolous use of natural resources that drives up costs, inflates food prices, and weakens the food supply chain. 1,749 more words

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The tastiest New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc?

Sauvignon Blanc is what put New Zealand on the map as a wine producing nation. People the world over love it’s crisp, citrus and herbaceous style and is a defining factor in why Sauvignon Blanc is the most purchased wine in the UK. 138 more words


Mummy Recommends - Organix Goodies

I’m wanting to start doing a series of blog posts about a baby/toddler/child items I am really enjoying at this moment of time and I would recommend highly to fellow parents. 446 more words

Should the living wage come at a cost?

Sainsbury’s last week announced it was increasing basic pay for its shop-floor staff, whilst in the public sector there appears to be a pay rise for NHS staff. 501 more words


A Little Train Adventure | Hello Jessops Didcot

A few weeks ago, it was February half term, and we were squeezing in as many train adventures as possible in a week – that is the one thing about being at school, there is a tiny window to have train trips, and believe me, Tyler has a huge list of train trips to get through. 699 more words


Argos, a Greek city, also pointless retail chain

I was on a quest recently for some, wait for it… noise-cancelling bluetooth headphones. Yes, noise-cancelling! I didn’t want to spend the earth, although in the end I practically did and no thanks to ******* Argos. 555 more words