Douglas Magazine 10 to watch | Katie Gamble - Nature Bee
" Nature Bee Wraps was founded by Katie Gamble as her final project for her bachelor of commerce degree at UVic. While it started as a small business, which she ran out of her parents’ basement, it now has a manufacturing facility with 10 employees, and has worked with corporations such as Lush, Coast Capital Savings and Le Groupe Bel. Gamble is currently in talks with a nation-wide grocery chain"
Our lovely co-op student was featured by her university and the Times Colonist Newspaper this summer (2020)! This was an amazing experience to be featured by both of these organizations. We encourage you to read the article and learn more about Nature Bee and Natasha Moroz.
"It’s that time of year again … back to school! And while this fall may feel quite distinct from any other, with some students heading to campus and some taking socially distanced digital classes, YOGA + Life has compiled a list of goods to make your transition to learning as smooth as possible and a little more fun." Check out this great article to check out some college essentials, and to see Nature Bee's feature!
Ryan Stuart of the Canadian Geographic wrote a guide on effective and easy alternatives to reducing your plastic waste around the house. This article offers great suggestions on taking on real and actionable changes to kick single-use plastic out of your kitchen. Some of the great suggestions mentioned here include alternatives to razors, tampons, toothbrushes, deodorant, and you guessed it, plastic wrap!
Watch Global News guest Andrea Howick discuss how to reduce food waste by using Nature Bee and many other great products. Nature Bee is not just helping reduce the plastic-waste of our customers. By helping keep your food fresher for longer, Nature Bee is also stopping good food from going into the compost. Watch how and learn about other great ways to reduce your food waste.
Tasting Victoria recently wrote an article highlighting how troubling truths and headlines about single-use plastic waste is encouraging many to make real change. Amy, as a guest writer for Tasting Victoria, advocates for a collection of great products that will leave you feeling guilt free. The weight of plastic waste and pressure to make big changes in your life can be overwhelming to many. This is a great article to learn how small and easy changes in your life can make a big change for the environment.
Sylvia Meo for the Food Full Life Blog gives yet another example of the easy steps you can take to reduce your food waste. Sylvia describes how one third of global food product goes to waste. Like Sylvia we were astonished to learn this. Food waste is a big problem facing consumers and luckily there are great ways to reduce the food waste in your Kitchen. Read this article to learn about tips and products that will help you get on the right track to reducing your food waste.
Most can relate to not being able to keep up with their resolutions. Aislinn Kenyon for the Jude and Laurel Blog discuss great eco-friendly resolutions that are going to make real change. Some suggestions include buying local, bringing your own reusables to the store, and taking a look at the ingredients in your cosmetics. Read now and learn how Nature Bee can fit in to your Eco-Friendly routine