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[126] 3 Ways To Eco-fy Your Coffee Habit

Eco Chat with Laura Trotta Podcast

Release Date: 10/29/2018

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If you’re keen to eco-fy your coffee habit, listen up!

In this episode I’ll share three simple ways to enjoy your daily dose of coffee, sustainably.

Some links to help:

- Click HERE to get your reusable coffee cups from Sustainahome

- Click HERE to purchase reusable coffee pods from Sustainahome

An ethical and sustainable cup of coffee is possible! By switching to a reusable cup, reusable coffee pods and an organic, Fairtrade brew you’ll save money, waste and contribute to a cleaner, greener and fairer future for us all. Now that’s almost enough to make me want to start drinking coffee! ;-)