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How to Pack a Greener Picnic

Happy Earth Day! There's no easier way to be one with Mother Earth than with an outdoor meal — and thanks to these four eco-friendly items, your feast will be as green as the grass beneath your picnic blanket. Watch the video to see our picks for an earth-friendly picnic, plus tips on how to pack everything from bottles of wine to smelly foods.

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gennarator gennarator 2 years
I'm really surprised that this got posted. It's not a green picnic and pretty horrible advice in general. Everything that is recommended is plastic, plastic weather it's 'bio-plastic' or 'recycled plastic' is still plastic and isn't great for the environment. This segment should have focused on sustainable reusables such as bringing your own silverware from home, or using bamboo which you can use over and over again. The plastic wine sleeve is also ridiculous, that's more toxic plastic that only serves one purpose and will eventually end up in a landfill. How about an insulated picnic basket and an icepack, the icepack can be used over and over again for many uses, not just chilling wine. My husband and I went on a truly sustainable zero waste picnic on earth day. We brought our own jars to the hot and cold salad bars. We brought water in refillable containers and wine how I described above. You really do not need to buy the things they recommend here, actually that's the opposite of being 'green' use what you have!
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