Get your greens with these great food, kitchen, and dining products.
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.
Serve organic cocktail mixers for a natural treat. Visit mod-mix.com to order.
Laura Matthias, B&B owner and organic farmer, compiled more than 250 of her favorite vegan recipes in ExtraVeganZa. In this book, Laura introduces new alternatives to everyday gourmet and emphasizes the growing trend of creating a sustainable lifestyle. By Laura Matthias. $25.95; visit newsociety.com.
Reuse this sturdy tableware made from 100 percent recycled plastic. Call 888/354-7296 or visit recycline.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.
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.
Toast your good taste with Artecnica’s TranSglass tumblers ($61 for a set of four) and lidded carafes ($57 each). They look more like works of art than all-purpose beverage containers. Fashioned from recycled wine bottles, each one-of-a-kind container comes in green, brown, or clear with a polished or satin finish. Visit artecnicainc.com.