Caulfield Racecourse Farmers Market

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The start of the Caulfield Racecourse Farmers Market starts this Sunday and is open from 9am – 1pm.

Held in the Kambrook Rd carpark there will be plenty of fresh seasonal produce including organics, some truly unique value added goods and yummy street food!

Entry is $2, children are free and there is some lovely entertainment to boot.

Hope to see you there.

Milk & yogurt in glass bottles!

I’m very excited to write about my new discovery of milk & yogurt in reusable glass bottles! I found them in an organic shop in Point Cook called Alma Organics.

What I love the most is the ability to return the empty bottles for reuse. Upon return I get 60 cents off the next milk purchase and 40 cents off the next yogurt purchase.

Another tick off the Zero Waste list!

Return the bottles for reuse.
Return the bottles for reuse.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The best tasting milk I've ever had!
The best tasting milk I’ve ever had!

 

 

Werribee Park Craft Market – the last one!

The very last Werribee Craft Market is on this Saturday, it’s a shame to see it go, but at least you can visit one more time!
Not only are the stall holders diverse and high quality, but the grounds of the Mansion will top off the enjoyment of your visit. Lots of interesting food and drinks to enjoy. Hope to see you there!
The market starts at 8am and closes at 1pm. There is a $3 entry per car and remember there are no dogs allowed into Werribee Park.
Here’s a photo of us enjoying the grounds a few weeks ago.

 

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Zero Waste Small Business

I’ve just added another page to my website/blog called “Zero Waste Small Business” because I’m on a mission to reduce and then completely eliminate the waste produced from not only our business but from our home as well.

I’ve been on the look our for ideas along this path for sometime now and I’ve come across a super inspirational French woman in America who has been ground breaking in her quest for zero waste. Here is a link to her blog site http://zerowastehome.blogspot.com.au/

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