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Surprising health rewards of cutting down on plastic

Ditching plastic food packaging isn’t just better for the health...

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Labels help greener food choices

Would knowing the carbon footprint of the food you eat...

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Good for the earth, good for us: How...

We all want our kids to be healthy and safe...

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How do they produce salmon?

HFG editor Niki Bezzant explains how salmon gets from the...

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The ethical cook: Is going meat-free the way...

Is eating less meat good for the environment? Really? We've read...

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The ethical shopper: Bottled water

What's the real cost of that bottled water? Believe it or...

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Sustainable living: How to be water-wise

Here are some tips that will not only save water...

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The ethical shopper: Packaging

New Zealanders consume over 670,000 tonnes of packaging every year,...

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The sustainable shopper: Save the surplus

This time of year there are lots of crops getting...

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Country-of-origin labelling

In NZ, manufacturers don't have to state where ingredients come...

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The ethical shopper: Plastic, plastic everywhere

It's not so hard to have a plastic bag-free household. Plastic...

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The ethical shopper: Food miles

How far has your food travelled? Tips for lowering your...

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Sustainable living: Keeping your cool

Ideas for keeping our homes cool without racking up huge...

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Turn over a new leaf: How to live...

It seems like we hear and read about sustainability, climate...

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Seafood and sustainability

Senior nutritionist Rose Carr investigates the question: could our days...

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The sustainable shopper: How green is your summer?

The holidays are here, and with them comes relaxed, outdoor...

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The ethical cook: Saving energy in the kitchen

What can we do to reduce our energy use in...

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