I’m very happy to announce that The Plain Kitchen has teamed up with A Slice of Green, sister site of Green Tulip, a hugely successful and trusted marketplace for contemporary ethical gifts. A Slice of Green focusses on Kitchen and Homeware, and their beautiful products are sourced from around the world and support sustainable living. From food wraps and bags, to reusable containers and partyware, A Slice of Green is a one-stop shop for kitchenware, gifts and homeware- all under an ethical roof.
When you visit The Plain Kitchen, along with all of the other search bars, and Bloglovin’ icons and buttons, you will now see a little button which will take you through to A Slice of Green, and their beautiful products. It can be really tricky to find ethical, organic and eco-friendly gifts and kitchenware items that are aesthetically pleasing: but this is not the case with A Slice of Green. There are so many products I’ve got my eye on: the jute baskets are beautiful, the cork and wood canisters just up my street, and the Abeego food wraps are a godsend for clingfilm and tinfoil addicted cooks like me. I’ll be writing a little more about the Abeego wraps in a forthcoming post, so watch out for that- I’m a bit of a convert to these clever little squares.