Want to have a zero-waste kitchen but don’t know where to start? Enter this giveaway and you could stand a chance to win a zero waste pantry starter kit from the daily goods store! This giveaway includes reusable jars filled with all of my favourite staples and some I’d love to add to my pantry.
Zero Waste Kitchen
Zero Waste is all about reducing the amount of waste you are responsible for, reusing wherever possible and only using recycling and eco bricking as a last resort. I’ve been on a mission to turn my kitchen into a zero waste kitchen. One of the ways is by buying my pantry staples package free from the daily goods store by taking along my reusable glass jars. For those who don’t live in and around Muizenberg, which is where The Daily Goods Store is located, they have recently started an online store!
How to Enter?
- Follow The Daily Goods Store & The Green Vegan Chick on Instagram.
- Like this giveaway post on Instagram.
- Enter the giveaway by tagging as many #zerowaste friends and by commenting on why you’d like to win this giveaway.
- The winner will be announced on Friday, the 29th of November 2019. Good luck!
This competition is for South African residents only and the winner will be chosen at random. This giveaway is in no way endorsed or sponsored by Instagram.
Are you on a zero-waste journey? What is your advice for a newbie? I’d love to hear from you in a comment below. If you’d like to see green and vegan products I have found browse my Directory. Have a look at my zero waste shops section that features local zero waste shops. And head on over to my reusables section to see the items that I reuse. Alternatively, If you are looking for some vegan recipe inspiration, have a look here.
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