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  • 5 Reasons The Swag Is Better Than Plastic Food Containers

    You may have come across cheap plastic containers dedicated to storing fruit and vegetables. But if you think these are a cost effective and better substitute than The Swag - think again! Storing your favourite fresh produce in containers is one great method of avoiding plastic bags, but compared to The Swag, is not as effective. 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
  • Spinach Lasagna

    Lasagna is a family dish that’s loved by all when served at family gatherings, dinner parties or date nights. If you’re looking for a heart-warming and mouthwatering recipe, don’t look any further! The best part about this recipe is it’s very adaptable - you can add mushrooms or eggplant to the spinach or swap out for a meat alternative! Read More
  • Don’t Even Sink About It! 5 Tips For Mindful Oil Disposal

    To protect our waterways and improve the welfare of our environment, plus save some $$$ in plumbing fees, here are 5 tips for mindful cooking oil usage and disposal. Read More
  • Treat Yo' Self this Valentine's Day

    This face oil recipe is one of our faves and is a natural, non-toxic and inexpensive skincare multi-worker (moisturiser, cleanser AND serum) which is suitable for most skin types, making it the perfect, waste-free, Valentine's-day gift to treat yo’ sweet self or a loved one with 💕✨ Read More
  • 10 Shocking USA Food Waste Statistics

    Food waste is a HUGE global problem, and it’s one of the main reasons I invented The Swag. Did you know that fruits and vegetables are wasted in th... Read More
  • The Swag Story - Save Money, Reduce Food Waste & Go Green

    About 10 years ago I started on The Swag journey. As a mom who tried to feed her children fresh and healthy foods as often as possible, I was frust... Read More