Zero-Waste Giveaway: Celebrate Collaboration

The Ecopiggy team is genuinely excited to be launching our new ReThink Collaborative program!  {First of all, let’s just give a shout out to Collaboration! Woot Woot!}  ReThink was designed to bring a beautifully curated collection of TRUE GREEN products for eating on the go.  Whether it be packing your child’s school lunch, grabbing food to go at your local deli, or a beach picnic, this collection brings you solutions for plastic-free, zero-waste solutions.   And, we are celebrating with a GIVEAWAY…


Dinner Dialogue Series #4

We’ve been anticipating the longer, brighter days of summer and this July 4 holiday definitely celebrates the essence of being outdoors – we’ll be enjoying picnics and BBQs, playing games, watching parades, and enjoying some downtime.


Changing the world one ECOBAG at a time

Now that summer activities are in full swing, you don’t want to forget all of those items you might need for a day’s adventures! Here at Ecopiggy, we’ve got you covered with our brand new line of string bags by ECOBAGS®, perfect for carefree family outings, travel, and shopping. We love their stylish and simple design in lots of fun colors (all naturally dyed). And yes, practicality – think machine-washable and expandable to hold up to 40 lbs!


ECO-Inspiration: Sipping on the Go

We’re back with another ECO-Inspiration that we hope will help shift the habit around to-go beverages in this country. There has been a lot of recent media attention about plastic bags and containers (hooray to all the bans!) but another culprit of environmental degradation can be blamed on our on-the-go caffeine reliance. I was shocked to read that the US accounts for 120 billion paper, plastic and foam coffee cups each year (1/5 of the world total!) Truly devastating when you learn that 99% of it ends up as trash! Even compostable cups require oxygen to break down and our landfills are too tightly packed to help that process.


Dinner Dialogue Series #2


We’re on to the next round of conversations to be shared around the table! How did it go last month when we posed the topic of reusable products? What’s coming up for the kiddos, for your partner, your family, or anyone else with whom you’ve engaged?

This week’s topic takes a step back and asks you to consider what it is you’re actually leaving behind when you eat a meal on-the-go.