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  • How To Keep Cucumbers Fresh Using The Swag

    No one likes a mushy cucumber!The Swag helps you keep cucumbers crunchy and nutrient-rich for weeks! Here’s a few tips to ensure you’re making the most out of your cucumbers with this simple storage hack!  Read More
  • 10 Ways To Save Money And Reduce Household Waste

    There are so many ways you can save a penny here and there while also doing favours for the planet! Each cent adds up, and with the rising cost of living, now is more important than ever to find ways to not only reduce waste, but to reduce our spending! Read More
  • 5 Startups That Are Fighting Plastic

    Plastic Free July is upon us, and the third day of the month also marks Plastic Bag Free Day. As we are a business with purpose, that cares about the planet, people and its future, we share deep appreciation for this month,what it honours and for all of the amazing businesses doing their part to reduce plastic. Read More
  • Which Swag Is Best For Your Household?

    Sometimes we are asked how many Swags a household should buy, and which Swag is best suited to them. If you’re just getting started Swagging, then this is for you! This is also a great reference to have if you ever decide to purchase Swags as a gift for friends or family!  Read More
  • Cherry Jam

    Because at Swag HQ we are a sucker for sweets, we’ve decided to share our favorite cherry jam recipe with you Swaggers! This recipe is ideal to drizzle over pancakes, scones, crumpets - you name it! Read More
  • The Swag’s Inaugural Food Waste Prevention Report (2021-2022)

    Food waste is a global issue that exists at all stages of production and distribution, including  picking, transportation, manufacturing, retail, and at home. Food waste accounts for 8% of the total greenhouse gas emissions worldwid. The Swag can help reduce household food waste, lower the threat to our food security and lessen the amount of plastic bags in landfills. Read More
  • Why Plastic-Free Tea Bags Are Better For Your Health?

    Plastic tea bags release billions of nanoplastics and microplastics in water when brewed at 95°C. Microplastics are plastic fragments that are less than 5 mms in length each but larger than nanoplastics. Read More
  • Your 2022 Zero-Waste Kitchen Guide

    If creating a zero-waste kitchen is your 2022 New Year’s resolution, we’ve created the guide just for you! Have a green start to your year by replacing toxic, plastic products with these eco-friendly alternatives! Read More
  • 10 Tips for Zero-Waste Entertaining

    Aiming for a completely waste-free party may be some work, but lucky for you, we’ve curated 10 tips for zero-waste entertainment to make it easier for your next event!  Read More