Avocados aren’t cheap and, while food waste of any kind isn’t ideal, it’s especially irritating to see expensive produce go to waste. Unfortunately, the all-too-familiar browning caused by oxidation when avocado flesh is exposed to air comes quickly, so if you aren’t mashing the entire avocado for your toast or eating the whole batch of guac in one sitting, you’re going to have unappetizing leftovers you’ll likely end up tossing.
Once business concludes, a world of wonder awaits in many of Italy’s incredible cities.
Be honest: You love to check out the produce markets when you travel, but you don’t always trust the cleanliness of what you see on the street. You probably shouldn’t be any more comfortable with the produce you find in the grocery store, either, as it’s covered in preservative waxes and chemicals. Even if you buy organic, you still need to clean soil and germs off your haul. EatCleaner’s line of 100 percent natural products will safely wash all of your produce at home and on the go, and some of the products even increase produce shelf life, preventing food waste and ultimately saving money.
Divine Chocolate is the only fair-trade chocolate company in the world that’s also owned by cocoa farmers. The brand just recently launched its new organic chocolate line with cocoa sourced from CECAQ-11, a cooperative of farmers off the coast of West Africa. The island of São Tomé has been called Chocolate Island and is the origin spot for some of the best chocolate in the entire world.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.