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Green Gift Guide for Less-Guilty Giving

Green Gift Guide for Less-Guilty Giving

It's no secret that the most joyful time of year can also be the most wasteful.

An extra 30% of rubbish is produced and discarded throughout the festive period when compared with the rest of the year - GWP, UK, 2021

And so, to ease all inner conflict that may be directed at consumerism this year, we've put together a guide of the best sustainable gifts that will make the gift-giving experience all that more rewarding. 

        Ferm Living 
This cushion is part of the incredible 'Way' collection, where Ferm Living have used specialized technology to create a series of textiles made entirely from used plastic bottles. The result are incredibly durable textiles that have helped clean up the oceans. RRP £81.00 

       Rosy Rings
       Botanical Candles
These beautiful botanical candles are handcrafted in a process that takes two days. Only natural, sustainable and renewable ingredients and wonderful fragrances. The company follows a strict social and environmental policy using recycled materials and donating a percentage of its profits to the charities they support. Prices start from £69.00

       Reusable Nylon Shopping Bag

The IT sustainable bag. The Standard Baggu is crafted from a durable yet lightweight ripstop nylon - 40% of which is recycled from pre-consumer waste. Built to hold 2-3 times as much as a disposable grocery bag, it offers a spacious, unstructured silhouette that conveniently folds down into a small, flat pouch - a fun and convenient gift. RRP £15

       Tom Hunt's
       'Eating for Pleasure, People & Planet'    

The perfect gift for the foodie in your life. Eco-chef and campaigner, Tom Hunt's cookery book not only provides delicious, easy-to-follow recipes but also gives a comprehensive guide on how to choose ingredients, how to look for them and the building blocks for each meal so you can get creative with the food you already have in the cupboards. RRP £26


       Vegan Chocolate 

If you're looking for a stocking filler then Kooyt's vegan chocolate is a delicious choice. Their bars are 100 per cent organic, gluten-free and vegan. And compared to other vegan alternatives, Kyoot only use three to six ingredients included in their 70% cacao formulas. And you can be sure that there are absolutely no ‘nasties’, i.e palm oil, or GMOs, and its outer packaging is fully recyclable including the sticker, and inner wrapper. Prices start from £3.50 


       Beautiful Fruit Bird 
And of course, not to forget that if the person in your life values art then a limited-edition, sustainable print from Rowe would make for a special, memorable gift.