One of the best ways to shop sustainably is to shop locally. This is already possible at many local health food stores, supermarkets and farmers’ markets, simply via an app on your mobile. android world list some of these sustainable apps for you.
1. Better at the Farmer
Lekkerder bij de Boer’s mission is to bring farmers directly into contact with local customers so that they receive a fair price for their products. Consumers buy their fresh products from a farmer nearby, and can therefore count on fresher, better and tastier food. Of course, this concerns food according to the seasons in which the fresh products travel few food miles, because they come from the region. You can search for local farmers in your area based on your location, or you can search for a type of product. Once you have found a farm, you can discover what is for sale. You will also find the address, contact details and a series of photos, so that you get a good impression.
In short: Buy directly from the farmer, without middlemen. There is no shorter chain. Of the land on the board. More information about finding local farmers via the Lekkerder bij de Boer app can be found here.
Better at the Boer
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2. Discover vegan and vegetarian food – HappyCow
If you eat more vegetable and less animal food, it is positive for your health and the environment, explains the Nutrition Center. Don’t feel like cooking yourself? Then you will find the best vegan restaurants in your area with the Happy Cow app. The app also includes vegetarian or gluten-free options. Happy Cow also lists health food stores, supermarkets, vegetarian B&Bs, food trucks and farmers markets nearby. Furthermore, the app contains customer reviews and photos and detailed information about the companies.
HappyCow is the app for people looking for the most popular vegan places in town. The app is free to use, and there is also a paid app (€3.99) with more options.
3. Crisp – online supermarket
Just like Lekkerder bij de Boer, Crisp wants to make better quality food available to more people. Only there is a big difference, Crisp is an online supermarket and you can order the products directly in the app. The supermarket delivers groceries nationwide 7 days a week, and orders placed before 10 p.m. are delivered the next day. The range consists of products from more than 650 farmers, growers and makers. Crisp has no unnecessary stock, and only orders when you order.
The minimum order amount is € 50 and on top of that there are € 2.95 delivery costs. From € 75 your delivery is free.
Crisp – online supermarket
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Beat the Microbead
The Beat the Microbead app is the fastest way to find out if your cosmetics, shower gel, shampoo or facial cream contain microplastics (microbeads). You scan the ingredients of the care product and the app checks them for microplastics. The app also includes an overview of their certified brands that do not contain microplastics, so you can choose a more sustainable product when shopping.
Beat the Microbeads was created by the Plastic Soup Foundation. That is a non-profit organization for marine conservation and committed to reducing plastic pollution. Since 2012, the Plastic Soup Foundation has been running the Beat the Microbead campaign. The aim of the campaign is to prevent microplastics from personal care products from ending up in the environment and our own living environment.
Beat the Microbead
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