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Sustainable Living with Actress, Author, and Activist Bonnie Wright

Actress and activist Bonnie Wright may be best known for her role as Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter series, but she’s well aware that there’s no magical cure for climate change. Instead, Wright uses her platform to educate on practical, actionable steps toward living a more sustainable and low-waste lifestyle, including tips for reusing ...

Composting 101: 10 Questions Answered

There aren’t many downsides to composting. For starters, it’s good for the planet. By giving food scraps and yard waste a second life, it stays out of landfills (where 40 percent of all food in the U.S. ends up) and nourishes your garden instead. Plus, the rich soil is a natural alternative to chemical fertilizers, ...

Low-Waste Pulled Chicken Tacos Recipe

It’s better to toss your food scraps in the compost bin than the trash, but what’s even better than that? Repurposing them into dinner. 

A No-Waste Veggie Burger Recipe To Help Stretch Your Grocery Budget

Cutting down on food waste isn’t just good for the planet — it’s good for your grocery budget, too.  Food waste is a massive problem in the US, amounting to 80 billion pounds of wasted food each year. A shocking 40% of food produced in the US is thrown away, according to the Natural Resources ...

How to Get Resourceful In the Kitchen

Stretching ingredients can save you money and cut down on food waste—but it’s also become an essential part of daily life as we stay hunkered down during COVID-19. If you’re hesitant to make recipe swaps, not sure what to do with beet greens, or have questions about how to store ingredients (yes, you can freeze ...

How to Go Zero Waste at Home

If going zero waste at home feels more aspirational than realistic, take your next cue from today’s post. We’re sharing easy ideas, practical swaps, and lots of encouragement to help you take control of your own space. Remember: you don’t have to do everything at once. In fact, it’s easier to form habits and make ...

Is It Recyclable? How to Find Out (and What Those Numbers Really Mean)

You’re all ready to recycle and do your part for the environment, but then the questions start. Can I actually recycle this? Which numbers are OK for my bin? And what do those numbers mean anyway? Today we’re answering your recycling questions, and shedding some light on how to decode the mystery numbers on certain ...

Shop Your Pantry: Minimize Food Waste by Getting Strategic

There are people who know exactly what’s in their pantries, where to find it, and what to do with it. Then there are those who wouldn’t even think about wading through the abyss of the back shelves—unless there were a life-threatening pandemic and one of the few places left to spread germs happened to be ...

Another Reason to Love Clif Bar: A Commitment to Eco-Conscious Packaging

What comes to mind when you think of Clif Bar? Perhaps the thought of wholesome ingredients like creamy nut butter and organic fruit sparks a craving, or maybe it inspires you to dream up your next road trip. We’re right there with you. This iconic brand makes some of our all-time favorite snacks, but today ...

Could You Go Zero Waste For 7 Days? One Staffer Tried It

Thrive Market staffers spent the month of April celebrating the earth in a very personal way: attempting to go zero-waste for seven days. Our headquarters is already making big strides in this area (we kicked off initiatives like composting in 2018), but this year, some employees wanted to take it one step further by aiming ...

Journey to Zero Waste: Thrive Market’s On a Mission to Reduce Our Environmental Impact

Let’s start with some bad news. The U.S. generates close to 500 billion pounds of garbage each year, which is trucked to one of 10,000 landfills across the country. On a global scale, the World Wildlife Fund reports that since the 1970s, several factors, including food production and habitat loss, have contributed to depleting 30 ...

How One Company is Transforming Food Waste Into Something Delicious

In sub-Saharan Africa, one of the poorest regions on Earth, more than 70 percent of the population depends on farming for its livelihood and survival. And yet up to 40 percent of their annual harvest never gets sold or eaten. Such losses are equivalent to a year’s worth of food for 48 million people—a travesty ...

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