Fego Caffe: Leading the Change in Gaborone

A First for Botswana Fego Caffe Gaborone has just become Botswana’s first restaurant to implement 100% biodegradable packaging for all takeaways! We’d like to congratulate them on their launch last week and are super excited that they’ve chosen to partner with us on this journey. Most packaging used in Botswana
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Served GREEN @ The Creamery

The Creamery have just reached a new milestone. This November marks 7 years of serving exceptional ice-cream to the Cape, as sustainably as possible. We sat down with their brand manager, Maggie, in their Newlands cafe to find out how they do it – over coffee and ice-cream, of course!
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GREEN-ING Your Event

It’s that time of year. Summer holidays are around the corner and festive season is kicking off, while a steady stream of tourists head to game parks and beaches. The calendar is packed with festivals and markets, weddings and year-end parties. No wonder we call it silly season! If you’re
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The Future of Packaging

  What is the future of packaging in a sustainable green economy? This was the topic GREEN HOME’s founder and managing director, Catherine Morris, discussed on a panel at the Food Next Africa conference this past Friday. It’s a question very close to her heart. She loved sharing how plant-based
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Documentary Film

Our Cape Town office was recently visited by a group of documentary film makers investigating the topic of waste. They had a chat with Cat Morris, GREEN HOME’s managing director. She explains how biodegradable packaging can be part of a circular, waste-free economy. Should organic waste even be considered ‘waste’?
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Behind The Scenes at UCT Campus

To shoot our brand new Kraft Range, we teamed up with Shawarma Express on the beautiful UCT campus. As well as taking lots of lovely pics of their delicious food in our healthy packaging, we grabbed the opportunity to snap our packaging in action. Have a look at these great
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