Mrs Woolly's General Store

CAFE, ACCOMODATION, STORE, GLENORCHY, QUEENSTOWN โญ UYOC discount ๐ŸŒ Sells Reusable Cups โ˜• Mug Library  ๐Ÿฑ Use Your Own Container๐Ÿ’ง Free Water Refill For Anyone ๐Ÿ’ Pet Friendly ๐ŸŒฟ Responsible Food Waste  ๐ŸŒฑ Plant Based Options/Alt Mylks ๐Ÿฐ Gluten Free Options ๐Ÿ’ Event Catering ๐Ÿ“ฑ Free Wifi ๐Ÿ“ธ @theleafadventure โฃ

Go Nude

Stop buying it and they'll stop doing it ๐Ÿ’š Thanks @thumbsupnewzealand

The Realness World

This is Spongedrop Cakery, Tauranga, and they are the latest to join up with our heroes, The Realness World - an initiaitve and guide, bringing together those in hospo who are about the craft, and allowing us, the punters, a way to find them. So we can eat and drink well and good, while we choose to support the future we want to see in NZ hospitality, in our world. 


News collected from our insta mate @dontchuckyourmuck: ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ From 1 June you can use BYO containers at New World North Island stores! It’s just one of the many things supermaekts are doing to reduce waste and look after New Zealand โ™ป๏ธ There are some terms and conditions – Click HERE

Hemp For Victory

Love this info posted on insta by @naturebodynz - For more about the agricultural hemp movement in New Zealand, click HERE to connect with Hemp For Victory NZ ๐ŸŒฟ 

Calling Paraparaumu

The crew at Dark Horse Coffee are on a mission to provide us with the tools we need to ditch single use. If you are in the Upper Hutt/Paraparaumu area and would like to help us help them help us all, and earn yourself a free lunch in the process, click HERE to get in touch...ooooh mysterious....

A Little Review

"Yummy feast today at The Nourished EateryโœŒ๏ธ" ~ thanks to instagrammer @vegantravelfeasts ~ click HERE to connect and do alittle search with us for THE NOURISHING BAKER LTD Tauranga to find out more...

Everyday Heroes

Read about this legend, and connect HERE with Why Waste, Mt Maunganui, for event waste managment and worm farm hire for businesses and residential: 

"Why Waste started off in 2014, when Leo Murray began collecting skanky food waste from cafes and restaurants in his van and returning it to the soil via composting. The compost collection is no longer happening, but the lessons learned have helped the project grow. โฃ
Driven by the fascinatingly diverse and beautiful web of relationships that form the natural world, Leo's active role as a changemaker and thought leader in Aotearoa manifests in similar ways - designer, organiser, facilitator, performer, teacher, learner, activists and visionary.โฃ
Now based in Mount Maunganui and driving the socio-ecological enterprise Why Waste, there is significant momentum toward creating a kind of world worth saving."