Posts tagged energy drinks
5 Simple Ways to Make Your Office More Green

Having a green office will inspire your employees to remain loyal, invested, and more productive because they see that your company is working hard to do their part. So here are five simple ways that you can make your office more green to show your customers and your employees that you care.

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The Life Cycle Of Your To-Go Coffee Cup

Every morning millions of people get their coffee to go but they don't realize regular to-go cups of coffee be at hot or cold, prepared by a barista or pre-packaged and sold in a refrigerated unit, contribute heavily to the amount of plastic pollution we have in the oceans. Are you guilty of this?

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From Creation To Disposal- The Life Cycle Of Your Energy Drink

Single use energy drink cans and bottles are degrading the environment by filling up dump sites and making their way into our oceans. While companies have a responsibility to improve recyclability and decrease energy consumption during manufacturing, consumers have to take responsibility for the resources used and where those cans and bottles end up.

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The Rise Of The Energy Drink

Do you know how your energy drink came to be? How about the effects of an energy drink on the environment? Lastly, how do you combat the issues energy drinks cause?

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The Best Thing That You Can Do For Your Health Is To Skip The Sugary, Highly Caffeinated Drinks...

Many of us regularly consume unhealthy drinks such as sodas, sugary coffees, and energy drinks at work. One of the biggest problems with consuming these drinks is all of the added sugar. Natural sugar found in foods such as fruit can be part of a balanced diet, but artificial sugars like those found in many sodas don’t do anything beneficial for your health. Sometimes sugar is listed plainly on the ingredients list, but a lot of times large amounts of sugar can be hiding in ingredients such as cane syrup, glucose, lactose, sucrose, or high fructose corn syrup.

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We're Now At A Million Plastic Bottles Per Minute - 91% Of Which Are Not Recycled...

Studies show that people around the world buy a total of one million plastic bottles per minute. That’s almost 1.5 billion plastic bottles per day! Our reliance on these single-use bottles is growing rapidly, and the unfortunate reality is that our planet won’t be able to keep up. Between the energy used to create them, the carbon emissions from shipping them, and the issues that surround disposing of them, they start to make a lot less sense.

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