Gluten-free Products Are the New Health Food Buzzwords

The health food market is flooded with protein shakes, multi-vitamin pills, and a myriad of supplements. Whey protein health drinks and calcium supplements have been around for ages. But a new and particularly important line of products is likely to become popular in 2013. These are gluten-free health supplements that will be sufficiently stocked in the health food stores of Tupelo, as observed by … [Read more...]

Organic Baby Products in Pouches Gaining Popularity in the U.S.

We used to consider baby food as insipid stuff in glass jars. But this concept is changing rapidly now. With the introduction of organic baby food in pouches, glass jars, though not yet quite extinct, are certainly receding in the department store shelves. These organic food items are made not only for infants, but toddlers as well. With the growing nutrition needs and urge to taste new textures … [Read more...]

Girls Scouts Make Efforts to Get Recycling to Their Neighborhood

Initially introduced in 2007 in the city of Chicago and reformed by Mayor Rahm Emanuel in 2011, the Blue Cart recycling program is a novel idea to keep the city clean. But this facility is currently only available in a limited number of neighborhoods in Chicago. Recently, a group of girl scouts from the Jefferson Park and Portage Park neighborhoods made quite a bit of effort to get the recycling … [Read more...]

Sales of Energy-efficient LED Lights Increase in Green, Ohio

The sales of energy-efficient LED lights have increased in the region of Green. According to a lighting company owner in Green, Steve Zeneri, his LED light sales doubled in 2012, and the company is expecting to witness a quadruple rise in the sales by the end of 2013. Statistically, Steve's company earned close to a million dollars worth of revenue, through their LED light sales in 2012. So, on … [Read more...]

LED Bulb – An Energy-efficient Replacement for Traditional Lights

All individuals, who use incandescent bulbs, would be happy to hear that the lighting industry has come up with an energy-efficient replacement for these bulbs, which is the LED bulb. In terms of appearance, these bulbs look similar to traditional incandescent bulbs, but they are priced higher than the latter. Since these bulbs are energy-efficient, they last for a longer period of time, and … [Read more...]

Eco-friendly Wedding Gowns – A Fashion Trend for 2013

Eco-friendly fashion has gradually captivated the bridal market. Tara Lynn Scheidt, a designer of eco-friendly wedding gowns and a native of Long Island, states that over the years the market for eco friendly promotional items has increased drastically. As a matter of fact, many people enjoy using eco-friendly items. So this year is expected to be an exciting one for all the eco-friendly fashion … [Read more...]

Hinson Middle School Promotes Recycling Among its Students

To inculcate a sense of environmentalism in the students, the authorities at the Hinson Middle School have initiated a recycling campaign. The school conducts several activities to involve all the students in recycling initiatives. According to the Principal of the school, Lesley Sileo, the students are extremely involved in these recycling activities and try to recycle all their academic … [Read more...]

Green Resolution of 2013

With the dawn of 2013, the spirit of environmentalism is spreading far and wide across the globe. Most colleges and universities are planning on bringing a green revolution and thus they all have green resolutions for the New Year. Over a thousand educational institutions across the USA have adopted campus sustainability programs for the upcoming academic year. … [Read more...]

Plastic Bag Ban in Alameda County

The city officials of Alameda County have finally implemented the ban on the usage of plastic bags with the beginning of the new year. In the past three or four years, many cities within the U.S have taken up measures to curb the issue of plastic waste. Several cities have banned the usage of plastic bags within their limits, and with the start of 2013, Alameda County is joining this list as well. … [Read more...]

New Plastic Bag Policy in Corvallis

Corvallis’ new policy on plastic bags will be effective from January 1, 2013. The city ordinance on this issue prohibits the use of single-use plastic bags. It will also charge a minimum of 5 cents on all the paper bags given to the customers during a sale. The City Council actually passed this ordinance some time back in July 2012. The ordinance will take effect in two different stages. The first … [Read more...]

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