Thanks to our Coco Community, in the past 3 months we have offset the carbon created from over 10,000 shipments. Continuing our commitment to offset all the carbon produced from every single order that leaves our warehouses. We have also made contributions to global non-for-profit One Tree Planted where every $1 raised goes towards planting 1 tree. Our donation will be put towards planting 1000 trees in various Australian bushfire affected areas! Continue reading to see all our Coconut Bowls charitable donations through our verified commitment to1% for the planet.
With Christmas just ONE month away we have created the Coconut Bowls Conscious Christmas Gift Guide. Discover our range of eco-friendly products that you’ll be proud to give or fill a stocking with this holiday season.
We work to solve the wide-scale problem of excess coconut waste by saving shells that would otherwise be discarded or burned as waste, and engage local artisans to transform them into beautiful bowls that people can eat from. As our solution-focussed approach involves educating the public on this sustainable issue, we invited Nikky Yu Montesclaros to share her Masters degree research on innovative materials, focusing on how coconut waste can be a driver in a 'waste movement' for a sustainable future.
The dangers of plastic straws are well-known at this point. So why do people keep using them? Convenience? Lack of a more appealing alternative? Well, we’ve got a solution that’s not only sustainable, but stylish and convenient too! For those looking to cut plastic straws out of their lives, here are 10 reasons to switch to eco-friendly Bamboo Straws!
There’s nothing quite like a Coconut Bowl. The way they are made, look, and feel is all totally unique. Anyone who’s eaten from one knows that Coconut Bowls feeling - that sense of being totally in touch with nature and your food. So what exactly is it that makes them so special? Keep reading to find out!
For many of us, enjoying a good takeaway meal is one of life’s small luxuries. It’s something to look forward to during a long day at work, or when you just can’t muster the energy (or time) to get creative in the kitchen. However, the increased convenience too often comes at a large environmental cost.
The world is finally waking up to the plastics epidemic. Defined as ‘items that are designed to be used only once before being thrown away or recycled’, single-use plastics epitomise our society’s throwaway culture and pose a significant threat to the planet as we know it. Since just nine percent of the world’s plastic is recycled, most of it ends up in landfill, the environment, and oceans and waterways. Once there, it does not biodegrade - instead, it takes thousands of years to decompose, posing a danger to our wildlife and polluting nature. Despite increasing awareness of the dangers of single-use plastics, production continues to increase year by year, and unless we all take immediate action it is estimated that the amount of plastic in the ocean will triple within a decade - and eventually outweigh the number of fish. Thankfully, we can all do something about it by committing to quitting single-use products!
Shopping locally, eating in season, lowering our amount of packaged foods etc. are all important parts of a sustainable food chain.
But what about the plates, bowls, pots and pans we use to prepare and enjoy our food? Surely we have a role to play there as well.
I admit, I’m definitely not one for hunting down second-hand crockery in charity shops or eBay…no matter how romantic and awesome I think this would be to do and how many beautiful pieces there are out there.
But when I saw these incrediblecoconut bowlsfromcoconutbowls.com, I fell in love with the idea of eating out of nature. Literally.