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5 New Sustainable Products at Eldon Square

Making sustainable choices is a priority for many in today’s world with shopping being no exception. Sustainable choices are available widely throughout Eldon Square, whether that is through specific product ranges, packaging options or recycling schemes in place. We’ve rounded up 5 new sustainable products on offer in the centre, helping you to help us protect our planet, those in it and beyond.

1. Morphe – Coca Cola Collection (starting at £12)

Morphe is a cult cruelty-free brand. They do not test their products or any ingredients on animals and do not condone their manufacturers doing so either. They also have a huge range of vegan products and collections including their latest Cherry Coke Collection. It includes an artistry palette, lip glaze, lip & cheek duo and beauty sponge set which are all sustainable and cruelty-free!

2. Boots – Pip & Nut Vegan Snacks (£1.75)

Pip & Nut are verified as being a company that are using business for good and this extends beyond their services towards looking after the planet and the people in it. They have made a promise to never use palm oil in order to preserve the rainforests and to work with chocolate suppliers who support Colombian farmers and their communities. Amongst their huge range of ethical and sustainable products are their Vegan Peanut Butter / Almond Butter Cups made using ethically sourced, single origin chocolate and stocked in plentiful supply at Boots.

3. Superdry – Vegan Shoes

Superdry‘s collection of vegan shoes for both men and women are all made from high quality materials whilst being completely animal free. Available in a variety of bold designs and fresh colours, you’ll be sure to find a pair to suit your trainer collection no matter how “out there” or reserved it is.

4. Greggs – Vegan Sausage, Bean and CheeZe Melt

Eating less meat and dairy has been dubbed the most essential and own-able action you can take to reduce carbon emissions. Greggs have added a number of vegan options to their menu recently and have just expanded their meat-free range even further with the new Vegan Sausage, Bean and CheeZe Melt, loaded with pieces of vegan sausage, grated mozzarella-flavoured vegan cheese and baked beans.

5. Holland & Barrett – Zero Waste Beauty Products

Holland & Barrett believe that when it comes to shopping and living more sustainably, the environmental impact of any products that you buy should be top of your agenda. Because of this they have created their zero-waste beauty range, which is a collection of products that use less packaging and are only made from sustainable materials. The range includes shampoo bars, face scrubs, muslin cloths and more!

For more ways to shop sustainably explore our article on the sustainability schemes you can get involved in in-centre.

Lifting of restrictions from 19 July

If you’re visiting us from 19 July, we’ll continue to have a number of safety measures in place to make the experience safer and more comfortable for everyone.

Visitors and staff can feel free to wear a face covering when visiting or working in the centre, marked routes will remain in place to allow for social distancing and hand sanitisation stations remain available throughout the centre.

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