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We are looking at ways to recycle

We are looking at ways to recycle

We decided when starting this business that we would try as much as possible to recycle the boxes that our wholesale sweets are delivered in by re-using them wherever we can, so you might get a box that say's haribo or tiger tongue or maoam on the side but do you know what? its what's on the inside that matters. Lots of lovely sweets!. (although I sometimes feel like goldilocks in the three bears as I go in search of the right size to fit your sweets, err, that one is too big, that one is too small and then arh, that one is just right, sorry I'm rambling on!) At times, it may seem like an inconvenience to recycle. However I love it! the challenge is a minor inconvenience and can help clean up the planet and will lead to far less pollution.

 If we received our boxes of wholesale sweets from the manufacturer and then decided to throw the boxes away, we are discarding these natural resources. Recycling our cardboard, for example can save tons of trees each year, it can also help slow global warming and reduce its effects. It helps conserve the Earth's natural resources, this is because it takes more energy and CO2 production to produce something from scratch than it does to recycle something.It also keeps the costs down so we are able to pass this on and sell bargain sweets

Selling cheap sweets is not reflected in the quality it just means we are working smarter. 

As you have bought in bulk from us you will have received your wholesale sweets in either a sealed box, tub, jar or bag, check the symbols to see how to dispose of.

The Green Dot does NOT necessarily mean that the packaging can be recycled. It is a symbol used on packaging in many European countries and signifies that the producer has made a contribution towards the recycling of packaging. The tubs and jars should have these marks on them and give you the indication of where to dispose.   

PET Identifies the type of plastic and this is recycled by the majority of local authorities.

Re-use and recycle as often as you can, so you can confidently say that you are doing your part to help keep the planet clean. Hear Hear!!!