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What’s cooking in sustainable products at Bacchanalia?

Kathie Hopkinson, owner of Cookshop by Bacchanalia, situated on the ground floor of the converted Redbrick Mill, Batley selects some bestselling sustainable products:

Above: Creative Tops Into the Wild Kids’ Dinner Sets from KitchenCraft
Above: Creative Tops Into the Wild Kids’ Dinner Sets from KitchenCraft

Top Gourmet 6 Eco Reusable Stainless Steel Straws from Eddingtons

Stainless Steel straws will not go “mushy” on thicker drinks.  They come with a cleaning brush.

Beeswax Wraps Lunch Pack from Dexam

Beesswax made in the Cotswolds.  People are still learning about this products but are really interested and sales are excellent.

Ocean Sustainable Cork Tablemats and Coasters from T&G

Quirky mats. A donation is made by T&G to Plastics Ocean UK.

Above: Creative Tops Into the Wild Kids’ Dinner Sets from KitchenCraft
Above: Creative Tops Into the Wild Kids’ Dinner Sets from KitchenCraft

If you Care Sandwich Bags from Eddingtons

Keeps bread fresh for up to 6 hours and brilliant for coeliacs.

Creative Tops Into the Wild Kids’ Dinner Sets from KitchenCraft

Bamboo fibre, eco friendly beautiful and fun kid’s dinner sets.

Built 480ml Leak Proof Bottle from KitchenCraft

Keeps drinks cold for 24 hours and hot for up to six hours.

Top: Cookshop by Bacchanalia is a medium sized cookshop located within Redbrick Mill, which houses 40 different interior stores.

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