How To Recycle organicgirl Romaine Hearts Bags | Earth911.com How To Recycle organicgirl Romaine Hearts Bags

Featured Product: organicgirl good clean greens Romaine Hearts are delivered in a #4 Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE) plastic bag. They can be recycled through the free r3 mail-in program offered by organicgirl. Sit back and enjoy your salad. orgainicgirl will send the bags to Terracycle, which will process them. Bags are melted and turned into plastic sheets that are used to make grocery bags, carpeting and garbage bags, among other things. It is important to recycle LDPE plastic whenever possible because it can remain in landfills or the environment for hundreds of years. LDPE bags are a better option for food packaging than its sibling material, high-density polyethylene (HDPE) because it requires less material than HDPE. However, LDPE is not widely accepted by recycling programs due to risks to workers and machines if the plastic film causes a jam. When you separate your #4 LDPE bags and send them to organicgirl, the benefits include reduced energy and raw materials use, as well as greater safety for recycling workers. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, only 8.3 percent of LDPE plastic is recycled in the United States as of 2017, and another 15.8 percent i...

Aldi’s new pet range includes an automatic feeder for your cat – and prices start at 89p

News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. ALDI is launching the purrrfect range for your pets this week with low prices across products like treats, grooming accessories and toys. Prices in the bargain range start at just 89p for bags of cat and dog snacks and range up to £39.96 for a dog agility set. One of our top picks is an automatic pet feeder that costs £26.99 so you don’t have to worry about your feline friend’s dinner time when you’re out. The range isn’t due to land in stores until Thursday Feb 20 although you can already pre-order some of the goods online. If you do decide to splash your cash on the website, you’ll need to factor in delivery charges which range from £2.95 for standard to £6.95 for large items. It’s free for orders over £20. This feeder has two food compartments that you can set a timer for so that each lid opens only during mealtimes. The timers can be set up to 48hours in advance and there’s also an ice pack compartment that can be removed to re-freeze in between uses. The same feeder is actually currently on offer on Amazon, whe...

Brickhouse Frozen Products featured in state newsletter

The most recent Meat Messenger newsletter, which is written by the North Dakota State Meat and Inspection Program and published through the North Dakota Department of Agriculture, notes that Brickhouse Frozen Products LLC recently became the fourth selected establishment to participate in the Cooperative Interstate Shipment (CIS) Program. The Brickhouse Frozen Products facility in Jamestown produces nine varieties of Jonny B’s Frozen Pizzas. The handmade restaurant-style pizzas are sold at grocery stores, bars, gas stations and hotels locally and throughout the eastern half of North Dakota, according to Becky Schultz, secretary-treasurer, Brickhouse Frozen Products LLC. The approval for the CIS Program means Brickhouse Frozen Products may produce high-quality meat products under the overview of the North Dakota inspection program and ship the products across state lines, the newsletter said. Brickhouse Frozen Products produces almost 4,000 pizzas per week at the frozen manufacturing facility. “We are a Pride of Dakota member and are very excited on being able to expand our territory as many folks have inquired on receiving our product,” Schultz said. “Se...

Juul bought ads on CartoonNetwork.com, NickJr.com, other kid sites, suit says

Popular e-cigarette maker Juul intentionally and egregiously tailored its marketing to appeal to underage youth, according to a lawsuit filed by Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey on February 12. The lawsuit lands as public health officials across the nation are still grappling with an explosion in e-cigarette use by youth, which the Food and Drug Administration has referred to as an “epidemic.” Between 2011 and 2019, recent use of e-cigarettes by middle schoolers increased from 0.6 percent to 10.5 percent, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For high schoolers, use increased from 1.5 percent to 27.5 percent in that timeframe. That means that by 2019, more than 1 in every 4 high school students said they had used e-cigarettes within the last 30-days from the time of the survey. Overall, 5.4 million middle and high school students reported use of e-cigarettes in 2019, a leap up from 3.6 million in 2018, according to the CDC. While there were several e-cigarette makers with questionable appeal to youth, Juul has drawn the fiercest criticism—and several other state lawsuits. Juul is by far the leading brand of e-cigarettes in the US and clearly has...

West Stanly FFA members teach students during Ag Day

Millingport School announces its first quarter honor of the 2019-20 school year as follows: Grade 3 Lydia Barnes, Lane Benoy, Bentley Cheatham, Luke Faile, Sofie … Read more | Add your comment The West Stanly High School FFA students hosted fifth graders from Stanfield and Oakboro STEM schools as a part of Agriculture Day. The elementary students were divided into groups of about eight and rotated through 10 agriculture stations. Eighth-grade students from West Stanly Middle School toured in the afternoon. Each of the stations featured different aspects of agriculture: forestry, natural resources, soil, poultry, cattle, equine, farm equipment (a hay stacker and a cotton picker), swine, small ruminants (sheep and goats) and leadership/FFA. Coley Whitley teaches students about the spindles on a John Deere cotton picker during Ag Day at West Stanly High School. “We want to educate the students about agriculture first and foremost,” said senior Cristina Sells, the president of the school’s FFA group. West Stanly’s FFA group is comprised of 25 students. FFA stands for Future Farmers of America, which was the group’s original name until it was changed to National FAA Organizati...

Every Single Product Featured at The Lineup by Who What Wear

In case you missed it, last weekend was an extra-special one for the Who What Wear family. In celebration of our beauty vertical being (just about!) a year old, we held the ultimate immersive beauty experience on Melrose Place in West Hollywood: The Lineup—our first-ever beauty pop-up. In preparation, our beauty editors reviewed and debated droves upon droves of products—cult favorites, personal non-negotiables, forever best sellers, and beyond—to curate the ultimate collection of need-to-try formulas. Then, once we sorted said formulas into seven specially curated stations (The It List, Lip Service, Eye Intensity, Brow Down, The Skin Ritual, Good Hair Day, and Body Language), we opened our doors and let every beauty-loving human into the space to swatch, test, fall in love with, and, yes, even take home a customized goodie bag filled with samples of all their favorites. As magical finishing touches, we featured several master classes with industry legends such as makeup artists Pati Dubroff and Kelsey Deenihan, brow icon Anastasia Soare, and hairstylist Justine Marjan, alongside a slew of ultra-cool beauty services we offered on-site. (We had everything from free Botox to manic...

Publishers look for commerce content attribution to move beyond last click

With both publishers and advertisers looking to grow affiliate commerce, a growing number of publishers and advertisers have started using affiliate networks’ attribution tools to advocate for bigger commissions from advertisers and even earn commissions from customers that have read their content, even if that read doesn’t lead immediately to a click. BuzzFeed, for instance, is exploring several possible third-party attribution solutions that would allow them to build commerce campaigns that factor in view-through attribution, which would pay BuzzFeed commissions for people who bought featured products after reading their content. Business Insider has seen a noticeable increase from affiliate advertisers sending more revenue their way thanks to multi-touch attribution products offered by affiliate networks. “The main challenge for content publishers is that we’re typically at the start of the consumer purchasing journey (especially when we’re driving discovery through social),” Nilla Ali, svp of commerce at BuzzFeed, wrote in an email. “So the likelihood of winning on last-click attribution is very low.” Though last-click attribution remains the currency that powers affiliate n...

Amazon slashes price of Elizabeth Arden for ONE DAY ONLY

News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Beauty fans, we have good news as Elizabeth Arden has been reduced in Amazon’s Black Friday sale but the deals will only be available for one day so you’ll need to be fast. Eight Hour Cream has a cult following, and can be used on pretty much everything, so now is a great time to snap up the wonder product as there’s a handy 31 per cent off. However the deal is part of Amazon’s Daily Deals, so shoppers will need to be quick as it could be gone tomorrow. If that wasn’t enough, Amazon has also discounted a wide rang of Elizabeth Arden including some of her best selling make up, as well as moisturisers. This article and any featured products have been independently chosen by The Sun journalists. All recommendations within the article are informed by expert editorial opinion. If you click a link and buy a product we may earn revenue: this helps to support The Sun, and in no way affects our recommendations. Anchor/expansion Bolt This feature allows The Sun to personalise your experience so that you get the most out of your visit. You...

How to use the Shop feature on Instagram to buy products

If you are a frequent Instagram user, chances are you may have noticed some posts in your feed with a small shopping bag icon, tucked in the lower left-hand corner.  This is Instagram’s Shop feature, which includes products offered by hundreds of brands and retailers across the world — and it’s a wise investment from the social media platform.   Analysts told Business Insider that Instagram’s move to shopping will be so successful that it will generate $10 billion in revenue by 2021. Using the Shop feature is easy, too. Any post with a shopping bag icon has a product or products linked to it — just tap on the product name, and you’re taken to the description page where you can save it for later, or buy it now.  Some products are available to purchase without even leaving the app, while others take you to the retailer’s website to finalize the transaction.  Some retailers partner with Instagram to provide a check-out process within the app. Most of those retailers are featured on Instagram’s @shop account.  Instagram’s @shop account features many retailers that have items available for purchase on the app. Meira Gebel/Business Insider 2....

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This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products and experiences we think you’ll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If you buy something using a link on this page, Forbes may receive a small share of that sale. Whether you’re new to cooking or a seasoned pro, Dutch ovens are a versatile kitchen essential that will serve you for years to come. These thick-walled cooking vessels date back hundreds of years, which is a testament to its simple, yet effective, design. Dutch ovens are traditionally made with cast iron (given its durability, heat distribution and heat retention properties), but you’ll also see cast aluminum and ceramic pots on the market. If you do decide on getting cast-iron Dutch ovens, they are easy to care for. But don’t put them away when they’re moist—they’ll rust—and, like any other kitchen tool, be sure to read the manufacturer’s instructions for care and cleaning. From a classic Le Creuset signature Dutch oven to a pumpkin-shaped cocotte that would make a stunning addition to a fall potluck, these Dutch ovens get the job done in style. Le Creuset’s Dutch ovens are iconic...

Best New and Featured Products Announced For Western Foodservice & Hospitality Expo

LOS ANGELES, CA  – Thousands of new products and services from 500 exhibiting companies for restaurants, caterers and foodservice establishments were introduced during this week’s Western Foodservice & Hospitality Expo, Healthy Food Expo West and Coffee Fest all being held together at the Los Angeles Convention Center.Several Awards were presented, including: The Western Foodservice & Hospitality Expo is produced by Clarion UX and sponsored by the Restaurant Association (www.calrest.org), and provides industry professionals access to the hottest menu trends, state of the art design and decor, a renowned education program, several culinary demonstrations, and 500+ of the leading vendors and purveyors dedicated to serving the restaurant & foodservice community. For more information, visit www.westernfoodexpo.com The 2019 Western Foodservice & Hospitality Expo will present their annual Torch and Beacon Awards to two inspirational leaders in the industry on Center Stage during this large West Coast gathering for the food and beverage industry. … The Western Foodservice & Hospitality Education Program will include five tracks – Bar & Beverage, Building a Winn...

Moncton’s SPCA has taken in nearly 300 cats since mid-August, forcing the organization to offer discounts

Moncton’s SPCA has taken in nearly 300 cats since mid-August, forcing the organization to offer discounts on adoption fees and place the felines in cages normally reserved for dogs.  “It’s probably the first time we’ve been this full,” said Crystal Webb, an animal attendant and receptionist at Moncton’s SPCA. The SPCA is offering a discount price of $50 off cats and kittens to encourage people to adopt. It normally costs $110 to adopt a cat and $185 to adopt a kitten.  Webb said the discount prices have reduced the number of cats at the shelter to 189 in the last couple weeks. “We’re getting there,” she said. “We were overflowing, so it certainly helps. Every cat out the door is a blessing.”  Webb said the high volume of cats has been taxing on the staff, too, Staff members have had to spend more time caring for all the felines.  Some of the cats have been placed in dogs kennels, collapsable dog cages and rabbit cages while they await adoption.  The influx of cats and kittens in Moncton may be because not enough felines are being spayed and neutered, Webb said. She also said more cats tend to give birth near the ...

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