admin admin on December 22nd, 2010

At the Vegan Expo in Sydney earlier this year I was approached by one of the Sea Shepherd Crew asking me if I knew whether or not the cosmetic industry was still using whale oil – albeit illegally.  My immediate reply was no, the industry replaced whale oil with jojoba some time ago.  But then […]

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admin admin on December 14th, 2010

In our constant move to be ever greener we have just introduced solid ink printing for all our in-house printing. Basically tiny soy crayon cubes that replace massive conventional toxic toners The first photo is one conventional toner, complete with all its packaging. Below is our solid ink cube – a box of three cubes […]

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admin admin on December 2nd, 2010

Australia has finally banned Endosulfan, decades after a large body of peer reviewed science has shown a multitude of problems associated with the toxic residual pesticide. Very significantly Australia is last of the developed countries to ban it.  Sadly, Australia is usually amongst the last countries that ban a poison and often continues to use […]

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admin admin on December 2nd, 2010

The Organic Federation of Australia (OFA) has recently released a report entitled “Improving the Capacity of Organic Producers to Manage climate Change”.  If you haven’t read it, please contact the Federation, it costs $40 but is well worth the read – absolutely fascinating and an incredible insight into organic farming methods www.ofa.org.au A recent OFA […]

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