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Leah Gillespie
Did someone say ‘new’? We totally did!

Did someone say ‘new’? We totally did!

Learn all about our new Cashew and Dip Snackpack Trays

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Zero Waste Ways of Reusing, Recycling and Repurposing!

Zero Waste Ways of Reusing, Recycling and Repurposing!

This week is zero-waste week, meaning it's time for us to present some fun and interesting ways to reuse our packaging! The Cashew Nut Tubes, whilst delicious and super compact, are also great as pen pots!  Not only are they wide enough for marker pens, biros and pencils, but if you're someone who uses paintbrushes, tools or even paint pens, our Tubes will hold them all. (Just make sure to clean them on the inside!)  You can even paint them too and give them a fresh new look since the outside is made from cardboard.  Our Tubes also make great...

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Flavours - and then some!

Flavours - and then some!

Explaining why we’re crazy about cashews is easy- not only was it part of our family heritage, but they’re incredibly delicious too! But what about our flavours? They’re what make the products the snacks we all know and love! First, let’s start with the classic Lake Natron Salt and Pepper. We don’t just use any salt in this flavour- we use the salt crystals from its namesake, Lake Natron.  Lake Natron is a salt lake in Arusha Region in Tanzania right by the Ol Doinyo Lengai Volcano, meaning water flows in, but not out. The area is famous for its...

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Earth Overshoot Day 2021

Earth Overshoot Day 2021

Yesterday was 29th July 2021. For those who don’t know, it was Earth Overshoot day. What is Earth Overshoot day? Earth Overshoot Day marks the date when humanity’s demand for ecological resources and services in a given year exceeds what Earth can regenerate in that year.  In 2020, it fell on 22nd August, meaning this year was almost an entire month earlier, and in fact has been the earliest it has ever been recorded.  Next year could be even earlier.  Overshooting itself means to go ‘too far’, and Earth Overshoot day is a blunt reminder that we are consistently depleting our...

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