By | 2017-03-06T18:24:11+00:00 March 6th, 2017|Categories: Nesting|Tags: , , |0 Comments

green find of the week Burlap Sack The Eco Hub Candice Batista


Hello beautiful.

Going green should be easy, period. And today, more than ever there are so many awesome products on the market to make the search a little easier.  You can find sustainable versions of just about anything, if you know how to look and you can find them at big box stores too. I really want yo help you on your green journey, so every week I am going to share my Green Find Of The Week.

I found this little garlic bag HomeSense for $7.99 it’s practical, super cute and helps with the endless papery skins getting everywhere.  It’s Burlap which is the perfect storage solution for keeping garlic and other pantry produce fresh and tidy!

It features sturdy drawstring for old-fashioned functionality that will look great on your pantry shelf.

There is even a side tab for easy hanging. It has a removable cotton lining that is washable and perfect for any dry-storage root vegetables, ginger, onions or potatoes.

Proper storage is key when it comes to food waste and I love this info- graphic from Food Republic will help.


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More great green finds to come. Do you have a favourite green products? Share the link in the comments below.

By | 2017-03-06T18:24:11+00:00 March 6th, 2017|Categories: Nesting|Tags: , , |0 Comments

About the Author:

Candice is an award winning eco-journalist and one of Canada’s leading eco advocates, whose been sharing tips on how to live a more sustainable life for over a decade now. Currently, she calls CTV’s “The Marilyn Denis Show” home. As the resident on-air eco expert (and producer) , she provides viewers with the tools they need to live happy, healthy, green lives. From DIY recipes to saving energy, Candice has you covered.

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