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What’s cooking in sustainable products at Trevor Mottram?

Sarah and Alan Wood pick six strong sellers that match increased consumer demand for sustainable living solutions:


“Chilly’s Bottles from Chilly’s

They stay cold for 24 hours and hot for eight hours and come in a fantastic range of colours.

Above: Chilly's bottles are a firm favourite at Trevor Mottram.
Above: Chilly’s bottles are a firm favourite in the fight against single use plastic.

Aladdin Leak Lock Mug from Burton McCall

This mug is completely 100% reliably leak proof.


The Beeswax Wrap Company Food Wrap from Dexam

Top sellers – they fly out of the door. In pretty patterns, this is made in the Cotswolds, UK, which contributes to its popularity.


Stasher Silicone Food Bags from PHA Kitchessentials

100% silicone, versatile, can be used in the oven, microwave, boiling water and freezer. Currently, the small size is popular with young people going to festivals to safely store their phones!

Above: Stasher is a bestseller for Trevor Mottram.
Above: Stasher is a bestseller for Trevor Mottram.

Mepal food storage and lunch containers from Mepal/Mistral Brands

Reusable food storage with stylish design and attractive colours.


Koziol plates, cups, glasses and utensils from Haus

Made from natural wood cellulose fibre and thermoplastics and 100% recyclable, these come in attractive designs and colours.”


Top: Award-winning cookshop, Trevor Mottram is situated in the historic Pantiles in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.


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