A report on the BBC today 15/03/18 on how some plastic bottles are said to contain micro particles, another reason to switch to Eco for Life. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-43389031 Eco for Life – A step in the right direction.
We are all delighted to have won the Award for Best Food/Drink Product for 2016 at the Natural Health Trade Summit in Association with the National Association of UK Health Food Stores. Our Eco for Life Bottles were voted Best Food Drink product by the Health store retailers at the Summit event winning by a[…]
This month Fife zoo joined with Eco for Life and became 100% single use plastic Free! in their Africafé and Sloth Play area they supply our Eco for Life plant made bottled waters for all their customers. That goes for Eco for Life water bottles, coffee cup lids, takeaway packaging, straws, disposable cutlery . . . the[…]
Set in the heart of Brighton’s North Lane district, Infinity Foods Shop and Bakery has what is probably the largest selection of organic and natural vegetarian and vegan foods in the South East. We were very Excited to have our Demonstration day at Infinity Foods and our 100% Plant made bottles Eco for Life had[…]
Come and see Eco for Life’s stall at The Healthy Living Show on the 15th October at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton. Between 11:00 and 16:00. ; <p>Learn more about our bottle made 100% from plants and how you can help the environment by choosing us.</p> <p>More information about the event and tickets are available at[…]
Should you find yourself in the beautiful Brighton today… Make sure you come and see us at Infinity Foods, an ethical vegetarian and vegan supermarket on North Road! Stay healthy and hydrated in this heat, whilst doing your bit for the environment! If you can’t make it today, you can always find Eco for Life[…]
Take a trip to The Deep and support their Ocean Conservation and choose Eco for Life to keep yourself hydrated whilst doing the rounds of their impressive aquarium… Find out more here: www.thedeep.co.uk
Single use plastic, a truly modern plague on our planet. As a society, we have become so used to using plastic and disregarding it without thinking about what happens to it after it has served our purpose. I have become more environmentally aware and try to reduce my plastic footprint wherever I can, I always[…]