So many new Earth-friendly products are hitting the market. Check out our favorite kitchen and dining finds.
Skip the Styrofoam cups. Tote and pour your hot tea and coffee in the Adesso 16-ounce stainless vacuum bottle ($30) and 10-ounce
insulated mug ($15).
Available at aladdin-pmi.com.
Handmade from secondhand sails, the recycled wine bag ($29) makes it fun to re-gift, with a record of givers and getters on
Available at seabags.com.
The Eco Herb kit ($14 each) with biodegradable pot brightens up any window with organic herbs. Available in basil, chive,
dill, or thyme.
Available at goodsforthegarden.com.
Chemical-free, biodegradable sugarcane plates and bowls ($10 to $20) come from the fibers left behind after the cane is processed
into table sugar.
Available at sugarearth.com.
You spend time coordinating your purse and shoes -- now consider your grocery bag. JP Monkey makes limited-edition shopping
totes ($30) constructed from remnant fabrics, so you won't see everyone with the same bag.
Available at myearth360.com
To-Go Ware’s CONSERVE utensil sets ($20) feature natural bamboo utensils in a clever roll-up case made from re-purposed plastic
Available at to-goware.com.
Charting Nature’s Sustainable Seafood posters (12 by 36 inches, $16) help identify eco-friendly fish and shellfish with illustrations
from renowned sea-life illustrator Brenda Guild Gillespie.
Available at chartingnature.com.
In the past, eco-friendly cleaning supplies were either poor quality or unpleasant smelling. Not anymore. Check out Earth
Friendly Products’ kitchen essential oil cleaning caddy ($17). (Editor’s note: I love the Parsley Plus all-purpose cleaner!)
Available at ecos.com